"Specifically, the fine print points out that you submitting your work does not establish any kind of confidential relationship between you and the studio, which means that people at the studio can talk about your screenplay with whoever they want. It also absolves itself of any responsibility to you if Monkeypaw (or some other studio that someone at Monkeypaw talked to) starts developing a project that is similar to your screenplay."
Do you know what's really, I mean REALLY cooler than 16K? Having something really interesting to say and put it into a film narrative. We definitely have entered the relm of form over substances.
Yeah right, pay to get our script produced!
First the GH5s and the Blackmagic don't have the same sensor. Do your homework. That was a rumor. The two sensors have different sizes.
Second, the test is totally futile. Any of this camera is more than enough to do the job if:
1-You have a very interesting story
2-First rate actors
3-High production value non related to camera.
What's going to make a difference is not whether you use the Blackmagic or the Fuji, but whether or not your story, concept is interesting and well executed, that's where the challenge is. Not in the camera.
I'll watch anything filmed and produced by the Coen Brothers if they film it in VHS.
But, Thomas, vintange lens such as Nikkors and Canon FD were designed for higher definition than HD, weren't they? If I"m not mistaken 35 mm still def is higher than 1080 ? Actually isn't 35 mm film around 4k in def?
Let's make something clear here; Hollywood gets things wrong in everything, not just about guns,