This is all BS.
The reason she was fired was because she was absolutely terrible. She had no place trying to act, or speak in front of a camera.
She should never have been cast and Jake Lloyd should feel vindicated for no longer being the worst actor in Star Wars because Gino Carano is most certainly, and without question, the worst.
Luckily she’s also got her head so far up in space and wanted to share that with the world, she gave Disney the out.
My Super16mm camera shoots 13 stops of dynamic range but doesn’t have any image stabilization- yet the wild thing is: the images don’t need it- there’s no moire at all.
My first short is sitting 25 feet away from me, that I shot 15 years ago. I’ve never paid a cent to the electric company for a HD to spin aimlessly for the decade since.
On top of all of that, I’ve never purchased a plug-in to chase the goal of looking more film-like.
All in all, I use a camera that, despite being 40 years old, seems to have solved all the problems of today’s cameras.
But I shoot docs too, so I’m not crazy, I’ve ordered BMPCC 4K as well. :-)
Fantastic. 'Love to read about film getting cheaper.
I'm holding out for the 18k
I have nothing to say about breaking the forth wall.
But if you haven't seen 'The Dictator', you must.
I think you're mostly correct.
But I think IATSE members in Vancouver, while displacing LA workers are at least earning health care and pensions.
There are advantages to doing business 'locally'. I don't think keeping all work in the U.S. is possible, but I think we should start by making sure those who do work locally are treated fairly.