Why did front screen projection never replace rear screen?
How do/did you keep the screen from being washed out by the movie lights?
I've read that part of the reason blue screens were used for travelling mattes was that the film recorded blue with the highest fidelity, so its removal left the fewest artifacts. But travelling mattes would have been done with tungsten balanced stocks, so the blue layer would have been the fastest, right? Was I misinformed or do tungsten stocks really record blue with the highest fidelity, because ______?
How were the prisms done? (The other "2001" effect.) Also, how was it composited?
At what frame rate was this shot at and was the film pushed? (2.5...)
How was this done?