Goldman, Michacl
October 2004
Millimeter;Oct2004, Vol. 32 Issue 10, p9
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the documentary called Oil on Ice, which includes imagery from dozens of formats, ranging between Super 35 mm and 3/4 inch archival video. Filmmakers put the documentary together by combining original wildlife and location footage shot by 12 different cinematographers in Alaska's Arctic Wildlife Refuge, with news footage archival material, and government footage. Steve Michelson, the film's executive producer, and Dan Newitt, online technical editor said that the project illustrates the growing strength of Final Cut Pro to perform restoration and color correction work.


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