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#1 Nathan D. Lee

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Posted 09 June 2005 - 02:45 AM

I just saw "Grizzly Man" the new documentary by Werner Herzog about the life of Timothy Treadwell, at the Seattle International Film Festival. It was extreamly interesting and a little long. 90% of it was shot on miniDV but it was the best transfer of dv to 35mm i have ever seen. I was sitting a ways back in the theater but the 35mm print looked fantastic i thought, particularly since it looked like most of it was shot in auto mode (Tim Treadwell not being a cinematographer)
Does anyone know where the post work was done for this film, who did the film out and perhaps what workflow went into the finnal release print from the video origional?
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Nathan
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#2 hollyweirdoe

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Posted 24 August 2005 - 03:15 PM

How was the film entertainment wise? Did you like the film?
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