For the first time in the 88-year history of the Oscars, no film nominated for cinematography was shot on 35 mm film. But fans of emulsion — who include top-flight directors like Steven Spielberg, Christopher Nolan and Quentin Tarantino — can take consolation from the fact that two of the nominated movies were photographed analog, albeit in nonstandard film formats: Super 16 (“Carol”) and Ultra Panavision 70, a 50-year-old large-format anamorphic film gauge resurrected by Tarantino, Panavision and three-time Oscar winner Robert Richardson for “The Hateful Eight.” 492 more words
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There is no mistaking The Hateful Eight as the work of any director other than Quentin Tarantino. Filled with extreme violence, convoluted characters and crackling dialogue rife with provocative language and profanity, this is everything we have come to expect from a Tarantino flick. 776 more words
Guest Writer: Robert Richardson
Taking advantage of page layout software and good quality online printers (with offset litho production), I am presenting some of my photographs in a format that makes them available at a very cheap price (50p; €0.75; $1.50). 258 more words
Longtime below-the-line shops The Murtha Agency and The Skouras Agency have announced their merger into Murtha Skouras Agency, effective January 25.
The combined agency reps artisans such as cinematographers, production designers, composers and producers across multiple disciplines, including feature films, television and commercials. 174 more words
To say I’m disappointed in Tarantino’s latest is an understatement. The Hateful Eight is such a departure from what Tarantino has done before in terms of quality, but a little bit too familiar in terms of how offensive it is, that the more I think about this movie the less and less I like it. 930 more words