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saw some paparazzi (maybe half a dozen) stalking their prey just as i exited my apartment with a load of laundry. after i dropped it off i joined the circus for a couple of blocks and most assuredly ruined a couple of shots as i stood next to mother and stroller on the median while crossing delancey. as any new yorker would do i didnt gawk which may have contributed to the fact that i couldnt identify the mark. for this i have great shame but certainly less than the photographers do although i have little doubt they were summoned by a publicist for the purpose of communal parasitism.
- dave 10-04-2012 9:22 pm [link] [5 comments]

Buoy premieres in seattle tomorrow. It ain't sundance but wth.

- steve 9-29-2012 4:06 am [link] [8 comments]

"This week, along with many others, I received a notice from Mark Rappaport detailing circumstances involving elements of his work – specifically DigiBeta tapes of his work, along with papers and such items, which he’d left with Ray Carney, Boston University Professor, Cassavetes expert, and enthusiastic promoter of so-called “independent film.” I’ve known Mark since the 70′s, and also have known Carney for some time. Here’s the notice"

- steve 9-27-2012 8:37 am [link] [add a comment]

Move over

- steve 9-18-2012 12:02 am [link] [add a comment]

Super geeky digital cinema talk: Michael Cioni prepping for a 4 K World. Man, the tech at the top end (Hollywood) is amazing. If I'm understanding right, Girl with the Dragon Tattoo was shot in 5K and the final product (not dailies, etc..., just the final film itself) was 51TB! And holy cow, I'd never heard of the Clipster before - what a monster.

- jim 9-01-2012 6:08 pm [link] [10 comments]