Goldman, Michael
December 2003
Millimeter;Dec2003, Vol. 31 Issue 12, p18
Trade Publication
Reports on the production of the television miniseries "Angels in America" based on the play by Tony Kushner in the U.S. Obsession of director Stephen Goldblatt with image consistency and quality control; Techniques for the authenticity of the visual effects; Use of technology to enhance the appeal of the angel sequence.


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