Multiple Ratios with Anderson and Tarantino
By John Barlow, March 2020 2014’s ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ marked something of a career high for the hipster’s perennial favourite auteur director (and career advocate of shooting on film) Wes Anderson. With its Fabergé egg-like approach to telling the story of the unlikely friendship between concierge Gustave H. (Ralph Fiennes), and lobby boy, Zero…
Film back from the brink: Kodak motion picture film into the 2020s
By John Barlow, January 2020 If you shoot a movie on 35mm film this year, it will almost certainly be shot on Kodak’s latest VISION3 stock. FilmoTec GmbH excepted (a German manufacturer producing specialist black and white motion picture film under the ‘ORWO’ brand), as of 1 January 2020, Kodak are the sole company still…
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