DCP – The end of 35mm film

23 Aug

I was going to right up a bit about the talk I went to last week about Digital Cinema Package, however Damon over at the LastFlight blog beat me to it. Rather than a re-write I suggest you pop over there and have a read. Theres some huge changes happening behind the scenes, so if your interested in how a movie ends ups on the big screen post 35mm prints, I’m sure you’l find it interesting.


Posted by on August 23, 2011 in Film


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