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The font is EF WINDSOR Elongated or a heavier weight of EF WINDSOR Light Condensed and it seems that Allen simply liked it so much, that it became his signature: The story goes that Allen was looking for a typeface for Love and Death (1975). At the time he ate breakfast in the same New Jersey diner as Ed Benguiat, the great American typographer (and ...


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What I love about this movie is that though the set was a room Lumet and Kaufman, his cinematographer, did their best to amplify 12 Angry Men tone so that at the end the feeling of tension appears. Also, Lumet and Carl Lerner, his editor, used editing techniques to increase this tension. At the beginning there are quite long takes but gradually as the ...


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There are many ways to film dialogue scenes. In reality, what you see on film (unless there are no cuts at all) is a compilation of potentially dozens of takes of on-set film and audio recording, possibly coupled with digital recording sessions done after the fact (the way they record audio for animated films). Shooting a scene On a single camera shoot, ...


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The director Colin Trevorrow said it was all real. Well, up to the dinosaur part, they haven't figured out how to get around the [AHA rules.][http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/NoAnimalsWereHarmed] The stunts for the kill scene were done by [Zara Young's actress Katie McGrath] herself. “She was game,” Trevorrow said. “That’s really her, that fall,...


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There is something spinning under the gun, it looks like it is in the table, when i saw that 2 mins ago (:D) i came here, at the scene where the camera was moving, they had edited that 'thing' out. But i knew it was for making the gun stop.


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I read David Breashears book High Exposure: An Enduring Passion for Everest and Unforgiving Places which talks quite a bit about the making of Everest (1998) and his path to learning to embrace and ultimately love the IMAX camera. Each reel of blank film stock which goes into the camera is only 60 seconds (or was it 180?) long. That kind of abbreviated ...


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Domed IMAX theaters are OMNIMAX theaters. Most Imax films aren't Omnimax films. Proper Omnimax films are filmed with a special camera with a fish-eye lens. Projection is done using a similar fish-eye lens, on a domed screen. Not all Imax films are Omnimax films. In fact, most are not. Regular Imax films can be projected on an Omnimax screen, but will be ...



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