March 2004
Millimeter;Mar2004, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p9
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Focuses on the significance of tools and production techniques of motion picture directors and producers in motion picture production in the U.S. Winner for best feature cinematography in 2004; Role of digital intermediate in the achievement of a pristine period-infused photography; Ability of gears to define who can and can not compete in production.


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