From: Sam Wells (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Jul 02 2006 - 09:10:43 PDT
> Then, there are works that would probably best be called hybrids,
> although I haven't heard those who work with the moving image use
> the term that way.
I'm using that term. Maybe for lack of a better one.
I've explained my problem with generic labeling as "video" - even if
65mm transfered to 5K is kind of an extreme example. (But what's
wrong with extremes to make a point ?)
If we consider digital intermediates I don't think "video" even
works, usually. I haven't heard of "2046" referred to as a 'video'
Then again when something looks as bad as the latest Chen Kaige "The
Promise" - it might as well be (he could have shot that film on HDV
for what he got).
So generic labeling as "video" will be as much a problem as generic
labeling as "film" I think.
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