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Curt Apduhan


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Apduhan's "Amargosa" was one of the first feature length films that was transformed from a digital master to a film motion picture print. The transform was executed by Cinesite, Los Angeles (A division of Eastman Kodak) and was supervised by Bob Fernley. Cinesite utilized "Amargosa" as a beta test for their ground breaking digital intermediate of ...
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Known For

Go Tigers!
Go Tigers! Cinematographer
(2001)
Amargosa
Amargosa Cinematographer
(2000)
Most Valuable Players
Most Valuable Players Cinematographer
(2010)
Reboot
Reboot Cinematographer
(2012)

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 2017 The Situation (Short)
 2016 Waiting for Goodbye (Short)
 2016/V Encounter
 2013/II Anniversary (Short)
 2012 Reboot (Short)
 2010 Most Valuable Players (Documentary)
 2007 Laqueus (Short)
 2006 Bird of Pray (Short)
 2005 Walls of Jericho (Short)
 2001 Go Tigers! (Documentary)
 2000 Amargosa (Documentary)
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Apduhan's "Amargosa" was one of the first feature length films that was transformed from a digital master to a film motion picture print. The transform was executed by Cinesite, Los Angeles (A division of Eastman Kodak) and was supervised by Bob Fernley. Cinesite utilized "Amargosa" as a beta test for their ground breaking digital intermediate of the Coen brother's "O Brother, Where Art Thou?".

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