Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 20.12.2012

  • An Examination of the Star Trek: TOS Credits
  • The Aesthetics of High Frame Rate Cinema – Creative COW – For projection frame rate, 60 fps is enough. In principal, there isn’t a big difference between 60 and 120 fps because the motion blur is so small the human eye cannot really differentiate this high frame rate. It will be different if you have a 4K or 8K screen where you look at a wide angle, then this will be different. But in a regular theatre, 60 fps will be enough.” What everyone agrees on is that 48 fps is just not enough. “You see 2K and HFR every night when you watch TV,” Galt says. “Depending on what you watch, it’s 60 fields per second. I don’t think that this is really going to come of age until you’re doing at least 60 fps and you’re doing true 4K acquisition and true 4K projection. Then you’re going to see a significant difference.”
  • Mel Brooks on how to play Hitler, and how he almost died making Spaceballs – MB: I knew there was going to be laughing. The first time I used it was during The Twelve Chairs. There was too much laughter; I couldn’t shoot. So I went out and bought 100 white handkerchiefs and said, “Stick this in your mouth.” And then, with Young Frankenstein, I bought 200—it was a bigger crew, a lot of people. I said, “If you’re not in the scene, take this handkerchief, and when you feel you’re going to laugh, shove this in your mouth.” And every once in a while, I’d be shooting a scene and I would turn, and I could see a sea of white handkerchiefs. So I said, “Okay, this is going to be funny. This is good.”

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