by Mike Reyes.
Digital filmmaking has won over almost all of the professionals in the game to date. Even long time stalwarts like Steven Spielberg and Martin Scorsese have dipped their toes in the digital waters, due to pure necessity. Yet there is still a vocal contingent in the business that still push for preservation of the canvas that started an art form.
Two such filmmakers are Paul Thomas Anderson (who filmed The Master on 70mm and Nicolas Winding Refn, as they’re assisting with the American Genre Film Archive (AGFA)’s efforts to preserve 35mm negatives of lesser known, less mainstream films.
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