Never mind about Baffman, this is a best geek news of a day. The new “Star Wars” movie, Episode VII, will be shot on good out-of-date film, like a originals — not a digital cameras used in Episodes I-III.
At an eventuality hosted by a American Society of Cinematographers, cinematographer Dan Mindel, who worked with new “Star Wars” executive J.J. Abrams on a new “Star Trek” flicks, reliable he’d be sharpened on 35mm Kodak film, Boba Fett Fan Club reports.
Mindel initial worked with Abrams on “Mission: Impossible 3″ and taught him how to emanate a lens-flare outcome he crams into each singular second of a “Star Trek” movies. What a good debt we all owe him.
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