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So much for ‘filmmaking’: Digital is taking over the business

This article was written by Liam Lacy.

What do Fair Game, The Social Network, Jackass 3D and the upcoming drama Rabbit Hole have in common? All of them were shot with the RED ONE digital camera, a game-changing device that’s revolutionizing the way films are made.

At a time when digital shooting offers greater convenience, lower cost and, most important, greater artistic control, it’s fascinating to watch how some of our most acclaimed filmmakers are anxious to hasten the demise of actual film.

Read the rest of this article from the Globe and Mail.

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