'JFK Unsilenced' allows audiences to hear the speech delivered in the president's own voice
"Every combination [of source material] you can think of went into this series. We just embraced the aesthetic defects and differences—creating an interesting visual texture."
Göran Olsson's documentary uses long-long footage of Edith and Edie Beale 'to evoke memories in a contagious way.'
Co-director Jeff Desom details the despair.
"George Méliès pioneered film techniques that immersed people in unfamiliar experiences—an early precursor to today's virtual reality."
"My goal is to help you understand as much as possible what this remarkable person is experiencing or doing, and let you judge for yourself."
"We were all very excited about the idea that in this film, the audience is really going to pay attention to every sound in ways they maybe haven't before."
"We were looking at moments in history where you might not know what happened behind the closed doors."
"How Wes Anderson creates moments of wonder, tension, and dramatic atmosphere through his use of sound"
Told from the perspective of his daughter, 'Arthur Miller: Writer' combines interviews spanning decades with personal archival material.
"Garland deliberately set out to construct a dream-like film, with the exploratory team encountering ever more strange sights, including a diverse array of threatening creatures."
As technology has moved from analog to digital to HD and now to 4K, video producers have been left to sort out the tangle of file structures, compression codecs, and metadata-storage mechanisms for themselves.
The production team faced making a drama series set in the 1950s and '60s using cutting-edge technology that's a million miles from the grainy pictures of the show's time period.
The bond between a film director and editor is often an enduring one.
When the time came for filmmaker Guillermo del Toro to post his Cold War period fantasy/drama The Shape of Water, he returned to Deluxe's all-inclusive post facility in Toronto.