Los Angeles. For my wife and me to see Dunkirk in IMAX cost nearly $60.
What a lousy video. I couldn't tell the edits apart. They were so quick, and I couldn't tell half the time if the graphic was on the cut or telling me that the next cut was the one I was looking for. Some transitions are obvious (camera going into vent, coming out somewhere else) but for hard cuts between locations it was hard to tell if I was watching a jump within the show or just a jump to the next part of the montage.
For being a video about great edits, the editing was awful and counterproductive.
I assume that this will only be fully useful with m4/3 lenses with built in electronics. There's no way the Veydras would work unless you set your focus and f stop on the ground before lift off. But without the ability to pull focus you are pretty limited in the kinds of shots you can do with those lenses.
I look at that list and still see "not too much else." Ex-Machina? Sure. After Earth or White House Down? Meh.......
The author's point still stands that use of Alexa and Red blow away the number of projects shot on F65.