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High-Tech Sound And Video Make The Hobbit Incredibly Immersive

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Peter Jackson's latest adaptation of a JRR Tolkien is innovative in the way it looks and sounds writes Matt Warman. Last night's premiere of The Hobbit marked one of the most glittering occasions London's Leicester Square has seen all year. The film was so eagerly anticipated in New Zealand that...
High-Tech Sound And Video Make The Hobbit Incredibly Immersive
Film preservation and the impermanence of the digital medium
Paramount and Disney sign up to distribute theatrical films via satellite

Satellite-Distribution Plan for Movies Gains Studio Support

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An initiative to deliver movies to theaters via satellite has garnered the support of most of Hollywood's studios, as they look for efficient, cost-effective ways to replace bulky physical film prints....
Satellite-Distribution Plan for Movies Gains Studio Support

The silver screen no more: distribution of film to cease by 2013 in the US

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A recent report from IHS Screen Digest, a company that analyzes trends in digital media, says that studios will cease producing 35 mm film prints for major markets by the end of 2013 (the US, France, the UK, Japan, and Australia are considered "major markets"). IHS predicts studios will stop...
The silver screen no more: distribution of film to cease by 2013 in the US
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