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Paco Sweetman

KIlling Them Softly

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I just saw this. Both of Andrew Dominik's other two films, Chopper and The Assasination of Jesse James had stunning cinematography.

I thought this was no different.


I think it looks like it was digital though.


Anyone got any info??

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Anamorphic 35mm and Digital Capture

Panaflex Millenium XL, PanArri 235; Vision Research Phantom Flex; Cordin Co. Millisecond

Panavision G-Series, Super High Speed

Kodak 500T 5230, Vision2 50D 5201, Vision3 250D 5207

Digital Intermediate

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Saw it theatrically, 2K DCP projection, and the textures made it pretty clear that it was originated on film. Great use of anamorphic at wider apertures too.


"Zero Dark Thirty" has been Greig Fraser's first digital feature.

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