Production - how they get made History - where it all began and who the players were/are. What I cannot answer is where the money comes from as that is a never ending quest. Generally, I seek financing from corporate sponsors and people and organizations with an affinity for the subject.
I have been working in the large format film arena on the production side for nearly 30-years. I produced the large format film "The Greatest Places" in current release at IMAX and other giant screen theaters. And on DVD.
Giant Screen Cinema Association - the chief industry organization
BFA from New York University (NY NY), in film production
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Why are the dimensions of the IMAX format so boxy? Sitting in the IMAX theatre you are looking out a huge window, action is happening all around the screen. You have to look left, right, up, down. Hence
Rarely is a single film stock used for one film. Different conditions necessitate different tools, including the selection of a film stock. The easy way for a general answer is to ask the Large Format
Considering the overall budget of the film, the cost is minuscule. The director saves the footage for exactly the reason you watched the outtakes: you were engaged with the film and you tell people about
This is like asking "which raindrop will make a rainstorm." The information contained in one frame of IMAX film is 100-times more than a camcorder frame. The purpose of IMAX is high fidelity image
I took the following allocations from one of my current budgets. Preproduction 10% Production 55% Postproduction 25% General/Administrative 10% General/Administrative consists of: Overhead Insurance