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Side by Side, 2012.

Written and Directed by Christopher Kenneally.

Synopsis:

A documentary exploring the history, process and workflow of photochemical filmmaking and the digital revolution.

Side by Side is a must for anyone with an interest in the history of movies and the process of making them regardless of your background knowledge of the subject. I have a good understanding of the history of cinema and the (literal) film making process and the rise of digital camera within the Hollywood mainstream, and there was still plenty for me to take away from this. It is highly recommended.

The documentary could, and probably will, be used in film schools thanks to the educational sections on how a film camera works, how film is developed and the progress of digital from its early Sd days through to today’s 4K camera and the revolutionary Red cameras. Combined with this element are interviews »

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