Visitors to a new exhibition at The Dali Museum won’t just be looking at art. They’ll be exploring a Dali painting in a three-dimensional world that turns art into an immersive experience. Continue reading Dali-Disney exhibition uses Virtual Reality
The charm of Super 8 film, according to Yves Béhar, has a lot to do with its texture. The new Super 8 includes an LCD screen that lets the user watch his footage while capturing it, rather than after the fact. Continue reading Kodak and Yves Béhar Revive the Super 8 Camera
Touchable holograms, called Fairy Lights, could serve as the beginning to developing technology where humans could interact with the hologram. Continue reading ‘Fairy Lights’ Touchable Holograms using lasers
Oscar-winning cinematographer Robert Richardson ASC digs into the technical nitty-gritty of the large-format anamorphic film process that hasn’t been used in nearly 50 years. Continue reading Tarantino on Ultra Panavision
‘All Things Must Pass’ is a feature documentary film examining Tower Records explosive trajectory, tragic demise, and legacy forged by its rebellious founder Russ Solomon. Continue reading All Things Must Pass: The Legendary Past and Celluloid Future of Tower Records on the Sunset Strip
Interview with Walter Murch who received the Camerimage festival’s Special Award to Editor with Unique Visual Sensitivity. He edited sound on American Graffiti and The Godfather: Part II, won his first Academy Award nomination for The Conversation, won his first Oscar for Apocalypse Now, and won an unprecedented double Oscar for Best Sound and Best Film Editing for his work on The English Patient. Continue reading Walter Murch at CAMERIMAGE 2015
Akio Morita was a founder, and for many years, the CEO of Sony. He was the Steve Jobs of Japan. During his tenure Sony came up with many consumer electronic advances. Sony first launched its Betamax products in 1975 as a household, magnetic video format for consumers to record analog television shows.
The BFI National Archive and Walt Disney Animation Studios are pleased to announce the rediscovery of a rare, long-lost, Walt Disney animated film, Sleigh Bells (1928) featuring the first ever Disney character, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, a long-eared precursor to Mickey Mouse. Continue reading ‘Lost’ Disney cartoon with Oswald the Lucky Rabbit found