August 2004
Millimeter;Aug2004, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p9
Trade Publication
Comments on the impact of digital cinematography on the making of movies in the U.S. Shift in the relationship between directors and their collaborators; Different approaches to digital imaging collaboration; Sample cases on the issue.


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