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Mar
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accepted Legal implications of shooting a movie along a public sidewalk with dozens of people
Mar
7
comment Legal implications of shooting a movie along a public sidewalk with dozens of people
The general crowd release is like what the print on the back of a sports event ticket (like a baseball game) so they can show you on TV if they want ("Kiss Cam" etc.) Hadn't thought of using that for a movie. The Matrix video was fun to watch, but of course that was exactly opposite of what I am referring to -- the Matrix crowd was obviously extras, and the people on the New York sidewalk on Law & Order SVU (which inspired my question) looked exactly like a normal street scene (which was the director's intent).
Mar
6
asked Legal implications of shooting a movie along a public sidewalk with dozens of people
Feb
12
comment “I find her interesting because…she sleeps above her covers…”
If you sleep above the covers, you don't have to make the bed in the morning.
Feb
9
awarded  Caucus
Dec
22
comment Which movie/tv started showing scenes after credit?
Well technically probably the first movie made back in the late 1800's or early 1900's to have credits (which would be a question in itself), because closing credits weren't common until the 1970's, and before that all credits were shown before the first scene. Perhaps this question should be retitled "Which movie/tv started showing scenes after the ending credits?"
Dec
20
revised How was the tracking shot in Frenzy done?
added 36 characters in body
Dec
19
answered How was the tracking shot in Frenzy done?
Dec
13
awarded  Yearling
Dec
1
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
26
comment Film on Ch 4 in mid 80s: Teenage boy runs away by stealing fathers car and meets girl, she has baby
Elton John's soundtrack is one of my favorites. I can listen to it over and over.
Sep
5
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
25
awarded  Popular Question
May
18
comment Why does America's Got Talent have so many executive producers?
@Tom77 Nice link, thanks.
May
13
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
7
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
15
awarded  Commentator
Dec
15
comment How do they film “flying human” scenes?
Chroma keying (green screen) was not yet available back in the 70's. Instead a purely optical technique called traveling mattes was used that incorporated blue backgrounds. The actor(s) and the background were filmed separately and combined using an optical printer. Why blue and then green screens>? Blue was originally used because it is furthest away from the color of human skin. Green is now used because digital cameras are more sensitive to green light.
Dec
13
awarded  Yearling
Sep
5
accepted AGT contestant expenses