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End of the Line
July 1st, 2005

Will the local family-owned single screen cinema flourish, freed from the shackles of a handful of screenings of Spider Man and able to play cult movies from midnight to dawn without paying a cent for film prints?

Jonathan Nix
July 1st, 2004

‘You’ll have to forgive me,’ Jonathan Nix says in a tired voice over the phone, ‘I’m very weary.’ After finishing his latest film literally the day before we talk, he’s due to jump on a plane in mere hours and can’t get his DVD software to work.


The Roundup
November 1st, 2004

One of the first editing suites to offer you controls over downloading your footage straight from your camera from within the application itself — without having to touch the camera once — now with full HD capability.

The End of Film
September 1st, 2005

From studios down the supply chain to cinemas, profits are evaporating and there’s little elbow room for the kind of investment digital cinema needs.


Monopoly Money
November 1st, 2006

With a major Australian distributor changing its name to that of the studio owning it, is the line between production and distribution disappearing?

NAB: shoot and deliver
June 1st, 2007

In the face of exciting developments, digital is encroaching on more of 35mm film’s territory, but as Lemac’s Bowring says "Are Mr and Mrs Smith at a cinema in Parramatta going to be watching for artifacts? No, they’re going to be there for the story."






NAB: shoot and deliver NAB2007 attracted the largest array of products and people of any trade ...
June 1st, 2007

End of the Line If a Sith Lord can't overcome the digital divide in country cinemas, ...
July 1st, 2005

Creative Free For All A historic experiment in film and media was all ready to take ...
June 1st, 2005

The Roundup Helping you make the best decision about the software to suit you, ...
November 1st, 2004

Cut On Location Movies are magic because they take us somewhere. They transport us to ...
November 1st, 2004

The End of Film The prophets are very vocal as they try to convince us digital's ...
September 1st, 2005


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