Wolff, Ellen
August 2004
Millimeter;Aug2004, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p62
Trade Publication
Discusses the use of digital cinematography and imaging technology for the making of the film, "The Chronicles of Riddick," directed by David Twohy. Range of equipment used in the production process; Production credits; Implications on the motion picture industry.


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