studio system


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studio system

The application of assembly-line manufacturing and cost control principles to film production. It emphasizes planning and management over creative process.
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Miller believes the exhibitors simply want Netflix to play by the same rules that every other studio uses in the theatrical window, and that is, at least a 90-day exclusive window before the film hits the various ancillary frames used by the studio system.
With this announcement, AJA's Corvid 44, Corvid 88 and KONA 5 high density, multi-format video I/O cards are certified for use in Zero Density's Reality EngineTM virtual studio system.
Desktop Metal, the company committed to making metal 3D printing accessible to manufacturers and engineers, today announced it has begun shipping its Studio System to customers and resellers throughout Europe.
"Marilyn's desire to be taken seriously as an actress and her battle with the powerful men who control the studio system is sadly as relevant today as it ever was," he continued.
In the true spirit of independent filmmaking, we're working outside the Hollywood studio system without traditional financial support so we can fully achieve our vision.
The automaker is likely to equip the higher variants of the Alto with the SmartPlay Studio system. The hatchback features airbags, ABS with EBD, rear parking sensors, seat belt and speed warning reminders.
Another exciting feature of this line are the products to build a cost effective studio system using the AG-BS300 base station and the AG-CA300G Camera Adapter.
Gracenote's Studio System defines a 'female lead' as a woman who is listed first in official press materials.
Now available from Gracenote is Studio System Projects , an "enterprise-level collaboration and project management platform designed tohelpTV networks, Hollywood studios and other content creatorsstreamline the development process and deliver more commercially and critically successfulentertainment offerings."
Now these letters form the centerpiece of the first truly definitive biography of Hollywood's first king, the man who did his own stunts and built his own studio and formed a company that allowed artists to distribute their own works outside the studio system. But Goessel's research uncovered more: that Fairbanks's first film appearance was two years earlier than had been assumed; that his stories of how he got into theater, and then into films, were fabricated; that the Pickford-Fairbanks Studios had a specially constructed underground trench so that Fairbanks could jog in the nude; that Fairbanks himself insisted racist references be removed from his films' intertitles; and the true cause of Fairbanks's death.
Snippets of deep insight exist in every essay, though early on, the book seems to focus on more familiar narratives, missing the opportunity to challenge cultural issues such as under-trained teachers and a capitalism-driven studio system.