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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Robert Harris, Jan 23, 2011.
Is that where the camera drifts on and off people talking about shots in films?
Just read about Martin Hart passing away, RIP:
I am sure I am not the only one who spent many hours on his website
Marty was an extraordinary gentleman, with a unique passion.
He knew that I had a lens that I had dubbed “bugs,” the Todd-AO bug-eye. I turned it over to him without a moment’s thought.
He gave it a better home.
Hopefully, WSM will be continued, and flourish.
This has been a sad year with the loss of both Martin Hart and Ron Hutchinson. Both of their web pages were immediate go to for information and learned a lot from these gentlemen through the internet.
Yes, that's the one ... people commenting on the very thing Altman's doing...
There's a great last line in that article!
Reminded me of the quote attributed to Franz Liszt when parents asked about their untalented piano playing child. “Good’s not the word for it.”
David Lean's Scene Transitions:
Very well done analysis of Lean's use of audio to assist in his cuts.
I just heard that Spartacus (1960) is coming to 4K this summer. Can Lawrence be far behind?
Spartacus is Universal and Lawrence is Sony. That said I doubt that Sony will wait until 2022 for the 60th Anniversary. I'm thinking that it is coming to 4k uhd sometime in 2020.
Where did you hear this?
On YouTube. "Films at Home". His post of 2-1-20. At about the 7 minute mark.
So sometime in 2020 is the latest speculation for Lawrence?
I understand that these things take time & we have no choice but to wait but JHC, WWII was won in a shorter timeframe.
I do not think that we have any reason to believe that Lawrence will arrive on 4k UHD in 2020 except that is is about time that we should get it.
And I would like to add that indeed we have waited long enough now for El Aurens to arrive on 4k BD!
I understand that it is in a great box.
Shall we go and get it?