Homeless Man in SF Mission District… - Imgur
(20th Street, it appears)
The Master was the first motion picture in 16 years to be filmed on 65mm format using Panavision’s System 65 camera. Around 85% of the film was shot in this format, with the rest shot on 35mm. The last full-length motion picture to be shot in 65/70mm was Kenneth Branagh’s 1996 adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. The decision to shoot in 65mm came from a desire to replicate the look of photos taken by vintage Pressman cameras, which use large-format 4x5-inch film. This also led to the use of the narrower 1.85:1 aspect ratio (65mm has a native aspect ratio of 2.2:1). Director Paul Thomas Anderson initially suggested shooting the film in VistaVision, and test footage was shot in that format, but the shallow-focus effect was not pronounced enough (x).
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CRAFTSMEN DESIGNERS MAKERS
HERITAGE AND INNOVATION IN THE MAKING OF ITALIAN FASHION
KFCC Gallery, Korea Foundation, Seoul 16 July – 27 August 2014
In partnership with the Italian Institute of Culture, Seoul
Curator: Francesca Veronesi
The exhibition explores the heritage of Italian fashion making by looking at the relationships and mutual influences between design, traditional crafts and manufacture and the new opportunities opened up by digital culture and new fabrication processes. The archive of Massimo Osti showcasing the designer’s research into innovative garment processes engineering and innovation in casual wear.