I have to disagree entirely. You cannot jumble all film investors/buyers into a "they" category. This article is about "Hollywood" and major studios. Whiplash was by no means a major studio studio production, it just did well enough to be distributed by one. I know it is a harsh reality, but hollywood wants these low brow, action packed, CGI pieces of crap to sell the masses. They have a wider audience and have the larger potential for profit, but with that the potential for loss. All we can hope is that enough of these freak babies bomb like fantastic 4 so they start investing in quality films again.
yo this was awful. try again.
wow 8K looks SOOOO much better than 4K on my 1080 display, not to mention the choppiness adds a great "raw" quality to the music video. Great work! Lol.
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Tony kills it. I needs to subscribe to his paid videos one of these days.
Wow, weren't we all just making fun of the romanticized portrayal about what it "means" to be a cinematographer?