Filmmaking Articles and Film Directing Advice from Film Director Peter D. Marshall
Here’s What Sundance Cinematographers Think of Shooting Film Vs. Digital
byPeter D. MarshallonFebruary 8, 2014
by Paula Bernstein.
Filmmaking increasingly doesn’t involve film at all as the majority of films — both Hollywood blockbusters and small independent films — are shot digitally. It’s so noteworthy for films to be shot on film that The Hollywood Reporter recently highlighted the handful of films at the Sundance Film Festival that were shot on film, including “Listen Up Philip,” “Low Down” and “Happy Christmas.”
As part of our “How I Shot It” series, we’ve asked cinematographers with films at Sundance 2014 to tell us if the shift from film to digital is good or bad.
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