Goldman, Michael
October 2003
Millimeter;Oct2003, Vol. 31 Issue 10, p22
Trade Publication
Focuses on the digital intermediate technology used by cinematographer Jean Yves Escoffier for the film "The Human Stain," starring Nicole Kidman and Anthony Hopkins under the direction of Robert Benton for Miramax Films Corp. under the supervision of the digital intermediate division of Technicolor Inc. Subtle changes for the improvement of the film; Tools and techniques of the digital color-timing process; Capability of the digital intermediate process; Consistent theme of Escoffier; Creative goals of "The Human Stain Intermediate."


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