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    most movies you saw from the past 10-15 years have been scanned, edited and graded digitally and recorded back onto film for ditribution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by visualbassist View Post
    most movies you saw from the past 10-15 years have been scanned, edited and graded digitally and recorded back onto film for ditribution.
    I bet it's been even longer than that ;-0
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    I was listening to Rick Steves' radio show interviewing Martin Clunes. He's the producer and Mr. Clunes says it's shot on film. He says he liked the look of it. The show does looks lushous to me.
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    Doc Martin

    Quote Originally Posted by Mainecoonmaniac View Post
    ...Martin Clunes. He's the producer...
    Actually, his wife Philippa Braithwaite is the producer.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mainecoonmaniac View Post
    ...and Mr. Clunes says it's shot on film. He says he liked the look of it...
    During its fundraising right now, our local PBS station is running a "making of" short about the program that was shot last year during Series 6 production. I was excited to no end when it revealed that film cameras are still being used. One can actually see a magazine being attached to one.

    Thanks for the tip; I'll try to find an on-line way to hear that Rick Steves interview.

    EDIT: OK, here's the link:


    Clunes' interview starts at 33:30. Steves does call him co-producer, although on-screen credits identify only Braithwaite. The shot-on-film comments can be found from 39:00 - 39:20.
    Last edited by Sal Santamaura; 02-03-2014 at 10:06 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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