Side by Side – Trailer for Keanu Reeves Future of Cinema-Doku


(Vimeo Direktside, via Bleeding Cool)

Netter Trailer zu Keanu Reeves Doku „Side by Side – The Science, Art and Impact of Digital Cinema“ über die Zukunft der Filmproduktion. Für den Film hat Reeves offensichtlich gehörig seine Beziehungen spielen lassen, es wirken unter anderem mit: Steven Soderbergh, James Cameron, David Lynch, Richard Linklater, Martin Scorsese, Lana Wachowski, Andy Wachowski, Christopher Nolan, David Fincher, George Lucas, Robert Rodriguez, Michael Ballhaus, Lars von Trier, John Malkovich, Danny Boyle, Joel Schumacher und Barry Levinson.

Movies were shot, edited and projected using photochemical film. But over the last two decades a digital process has emerged to challenge photochemical filmmaking.

SIDE BY SIDE, a new documentary produced by Keanu Reeves, takes an in-depth look at this revolution. Through interviews with directors, cinematographers, film students, producers, technologies, editors, and exhibitors, SIDE BY SIDE examines all aspects of filmmaking — from capture to edit, visual effects to color correction, distribution to archive. At this moment when digital and photochemical filmmaking coexist, SIDE BY SIDE explores what has been gained, what is lost, and what the future might bring.

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  1. tobi

    Sieht gut aus; interessante Interviewpartner & mit Keanu Reeves ein sympathischer Interviewer. Werde ich mir bestimmt anschauen.

  2. Flow

    Vielleicht wird Herr Reeves ja im Bonusmaterial erzählen, warum er so ein schlechter Schauspieler ist…

  3. burns

    @Flow: Quatsch. :-)
    Der kann was. Neo war in seiner monolithischen Heldenpose einfach ne schwierige Sache und das hätten andere wohl besser hinbekommen. Sonst ist er nicht schlechter als andere Produktionszugpferde und sein CONSTANTINE ist lakonisch, witzig und sehr unterhaltsam.

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