Renowned French cinematographer Agnes Godard shot digitally for the first time on Ursula Meier’s Sister and is not necessarily as enamored by the format as some. She says, “The idea of adding color[ed light] was to try and make something different out of this new medium, not to try to recreate what we had with film, because that’s a lost cause. Digital images have such precision that they are practically implacable. And what is implacable is violent, so I think it’s almost opposed to the possibility of creating fiction.”
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