Following OAR?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Tanner, Jul 16, 2002.

  1. Tanner

    Tanner Stunt Coordinator

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    I jut got Following. Didnt realize it was full screen until i was watching it. The DVD is pretty loaded, so I cant iagine they'd not release it in widescreen. Is full screen the OAR, or is there a WS version? Ive tried to find the OAR, but so far my search ash been fruitless.
     
  2. Tanner

    Tanner Stunt Coordinator

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    Come on, someone has to know.
     
  3. Jerry Gracia

    Jerry Gracia Supporting Actor

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    Tanner,

    Your post is almost illegible...and you didn't even include the movie title.

    What's the title?
     
  4. Kyle McKnight

    Kyle McKnight Cinematographer

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    Jerry, movie name is in the subject and the very first sentence, Following.
     
  5. Jerry Gracia

    Jerry Gracia Supporting Actor

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    Oh shit, my bad. :b The way the sentence was structured it through me off. I thought he ment to say..."I just got the following movie" leaving "the" and "movie" out of the sentence by accident.
    Sorry, Tanner.
    In regards to the thread title...I goofed that one up too! I read it as Following OAR as in should we "follow it".
    Jeez... [​IMG]
    Time to take another HTF vacation! [​IMG]
     
  6. Vince Maskeeper

    Vince Maskeeper Producer

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    If we're talking about Christopher Nolan's 1998 film, I'm pretty sure it was a full frame composition, shot on 16mm I believe.

    I have read it was transferred to 35mm and when shown theatrically in the UK it was matted to 1.66:1, but Nolan preferred the 4:3 frame as more documentary and newsreel feel (coupled with minimal lighting and doing mostly singles and few masters).

    -Vince
     
  7. Tanner

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    Thanks Vince. It looks correct, but I was just making sure. Now I dont have to take it out back and burn it.
     

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