the rc #126: NAB, new tech & Oscar winning short Curfew

This week Mike and Jason discuss the RED party at NAB, what fxguide will be up to at NAB, the +1 ADAPTOR MODULE, the "X" Series 3 Axis Gyros, the microRemote follow focus rigs, Redrock Torque Motor and reflex lenses. Plus in the Red Room, Mike talks to colorist Jerome Thelia and cinematographer Daniel Katz who worked on Shawn Christensen's Oscar winning short live action film Curfew.

If you’d like the show notes from this week’s ep #126, please download the show notes.

Director Shawn Christensen at this year’s Oscars accepting the Academy Award for Live Action (Short Film).

Curfew tells the story of Richie, who at the lowest point in his life gets a call from his estranged sister, asking him to look after his nine-year old niece, Sophia, for the evening. Watch the trailer below.

You can view Curfew via iTunes (for US$1.99) here.

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  • jim

    Fantastic podcast, and I’ve listened to them all! Questions were spot on. Not to disagree with the filmmakers interviewed, but would luv to see an objective analysis of exactly what makes a traditional film bleach bypass superior to that done digitally. What specifically is ‘better’? ditto for digital vs film based grain.