theres one mistake in the video - they say 'when going from one focal length to another' they should have said 'from one focus distance to another' because in the way he said it, it means their was a zoom involved
I hit up Duclos he said he doesnt repair still lenses
rotate a 1920 x 1080 matte 180 degrees and increase the size to matte for 4:3? May to encourage a blurry edged matte, potentially google 4:3 matte and you will get a non blurry matte.....
I dont think he ummmm understands what full frame means....... Full frame does not mean 16:9 at all..... He then references high end imax and epics as good uses of 'full frame'.... not a clue
Do you see screenwriting as a career aspiration or more of a hobby?
Does it say it will surge ABOVE the standard price or more than likely will surge UP TO a maximum price which will likely be the current standard price.
Im not sure how the ticket price>Cost to cinema structure works in terms of the studio model, but with cinemas still having to pay the same amount (power/rent/etc) to play a film regardless of the time of day it makes sense. In a sell out charge the regular full ticket price, but for a 1pm screening of Ghost Story, charge half that to try and get more people in.
It makes sense as long as the surge does surge above the normal ticket price, instead kind of just undersurges. Although advertising the ticket price is problematic then, and what if a cheap time surges, then it is not a cheap time anymore.....
I do think pricing based on time of day and the movie is probably worth it though, to try get more bums on seats for small movies