[Konvas] photone ( your 2e file it's too large for the forum dont go over 200 )
odonnell.law at gmail.com
Wed Dec 30 17:01:56 EST 2015
According to Tarantino, they cut it on an Avid. I don't know if they went
back and cut the original negative, or if they filmed out from the DI.
I saw this at the AFI Theater in Silver Spring, MD. I didn't notice any
burning out in the highlights, but perhaps I wasn't paying enough
attention. The picture and sound were great. As for the content, well, it
was a Tarantino film, so there weren't any surprises in that regard, but
even though most of the action takes place in one room, he made good use of
I should also note that this was an 11AM showing and it appeared to be sold
out, or almost sold out, and the per showing haul around the country was
very high. I think the notion of making the movie-doing experience an
event, with an overture, intermission, and program has paid off for the
Weinsteins, and I wonder if others will try to replicate this.
On Wed, Dec 30, 2015 at 4:37 PM, photones at juno.com <photones at juno.com>
> OK. I have a problem with this mac. I'll redo it later on a pc. H8ful
> Eight excellent projection in my theater. Amazing sharpness and dead on
> focus. It was cut on film. Only thing the highlights really burnt out. I
> don't think this was done on purpose. Most likely when the film was
> scanned. Sat in the top row and could hear the delightful whirring of the
> projector. Brings back memories.....
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