Ang Lee received the International Award for Excellence at IBC this week and used his acceptance speech to talk about how technology will impact cinema.
“New technology will upgrade filmmaking in terms of storytelling,” he said, as reported by The Hollywood Reporter, delving into some details about his upcoming film Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk, which is the first movie to be made at 4K 3D and in 120 fps. “With this movie I’m getting a new world. The use of high frame rate and high dynamic range will provide, I hope, a unique opportunity to feel the realities of war and peace through the protagonist’s eyes.”
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