Goldman, Michael
September 2004
Millimeter;Sep2004, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p13
Trade Publication
Discusses the experiences of cinematographer Jim Muro with digital intermediate (DI). Consideration of DI as a financial issue in production of films; Discussion on the application of DI in the movie "Crash;" Benefits of the Nucoda Film Master, a PC-based film finishing system for IO Films.


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