Digital Shoot-Out: "Judge for Yourself"

Video and imagery have gotten a bad rap. They have largely been perceived as a second-rate medium for filmmaking. Have the new technological advances really changed this? The fastest and most effective way to understand the range of digital theatrical possibilities is to experience them. Lance Weiler of Wavelength Releasing guides you through this side-by-side comparison, exhibiting formats which include mini DV, Digital Beta, Beta SP, and Hi-8. The formats will be projected via state-of-the-art digital projection systems as well as on 35mm transfer. Come and be surprised! This panel is sponsored by Wavelength Releasing.


Lance Weiler
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