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The poster promoting this special screening says that the interview w/ EDDIE MULLER is "...For Special 3D DVD Bonus Feature...", so does that mean Blu-ray or will there also be a 3D DVD with it? I remember a 3D DVD being mentioned earlier, and I'm just curious as to whether or not both 3D editions will be released.

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The poster promoting this special screening says that the interview w/ EDDIE MULLER is "...For Special 3D DVD Bonus Feature...", so does that mean Blu-ray or will there also be a 3D DVD with it? I remember a 3D DVD being mentioned earlier, and I'm just curious as to whether or not both 3D editions will be released.

 

well that's a good question. we filmed the q&a (in 3D!) at the Castro and it was a blast. i'm hopeful that we'll put out the blue ray one day. until then, i'm pleased to announce that the graphic novel of Dark Country is near completion by the legendary THOMAS OTT - whose work deeply inspired the look and feel of the film. Tim and I are working on laying out the book, and including a few surprises for fans of the film. stay tuned for more on the DARK COUNTRY Graphic novel, which will come out in the Spring. i'm super excited.

 

i'm looking around online for any reviews or accounts of the fantastic CASTRO THEATER screening. it was a great night. the film never looked better, or played better. something about the film that makes it a communal experience, and playing in its indigenous 3D adds so much to the film, it's a shame anyone ever sees it in 2D outside the theater, where it loses its special effect, IMHO. i can't stand that an inferior, 2D, bad transfer of the film is how most people get to watch Dark Country. but it was truly gratifying to hear the reaction of the Castro crowd in November. i actually recorded the ending credits on my iPhone, so i could have a record of the audience reaction. i had the idea after the first screening at the Long Beach Comicon - people were clapping and cheering and it blew me away - i was surprised as hell, since we never had an official 'premiere' or opening, all i had to go on were the mixed reviews of a crappy dvd. i was so impressed by the way folks responded, i thought, "no one's ever gonna believe this. i shoulda recorded it!" i got my chance at the Castro. i was thinking maybe LBCC was a one off reaction - it was a room full of comic geeks like myself, maybe they're the only ones who really 'get' this movie. but the Castro audience was equally, if not more so into the film. and we had about 5 or 600 people show up! needless to say the Castro was very happy to have a crowd of paying customers show up and have a good time.

 

the independent theater that runs 35mm prints of old movies is DYING, folks. it's tragic, but all the Studios have announced that they will be closing down 35MM distribution, and the first to go are the prints of classic films. the depots where these theaters are getting there films are already closing. it's getting harder and harder for these theaters to get prints to show. so man, if you see a great film playing at your local independent - GO SEE IT. you may never get another chance.

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That is tragic about the 35mm, I think the last movies I got to see in 35mm were The Evil Dead, Gone with the Pope and Maniac. I'm still kicking myself for missing a screening of Days of Heaven a few months back.

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Tom, it's great you had a wonderful experience at the Castro! Everytime I watch Dark Country, I always pick up on something else and develop new theories. Imagine what I'd discover if I ever get to see the 3D version (still hoping someday).

 

Really looking forward to reading the Dark Country Graphic novel!

 

I've recorded an audience's reaction before, so I know the feeling. :)

 

The end of distributing 35mm is tragic, indeed. It's always sad to see something that's been around for so long shut down operations.

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Here's the great Castro 3D screening coverage - Great read -

Check it out here -

DARK COUNTRY (2009)—On-stage Conversation With Thomas Jane and Eddie Muller

 

http://theeveningclass.blogspot.com/2011/12/dark-country-2009on-stage-conversation.html

 

- TB

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Hi Guys,

 

A quick question to Thomas and Tim:

 

I'm involved, as always, with the SCI-FI-LONDON film festival and its coming round again this year (May 2012) - the main venue is all digital and kitted out with 3D projectors. How can we discuss ways to get a screening on? I'd love to put you in touch with the festival director. I think there would be an audience, not sure of the logistics or if its possible. But hopefully you could get in touch to see if it's even feasible to move forward on the idea.

 

Thanks,

 

Ket

 

PS - fingers crossed on a 3D bluray release (and i'm defnitely getting the GN!)

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the independent theater that runs 35mm prints of old movies is DYING, folks. it's tragic, but all the Studios have announced that they will be closing down 35MM distribution, and the first to go are the prints of classic films. the depots where these theaters are getting there films are already closing. it's getting harder and harder for these theaters to get prints to show. so man, if you see a great film playing at your local independent - GO SEE IT. you may never get another chance.

 

Our independent theatre has showings of disks. I kid you not, they show the menu on the screen. I used to go watch when they would have Hitchcock showings. I miss that.

 

What I wouldn't give to have been there to see Dark Country at the Castro.

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Hi Guys,

 

A quick question to Thomas and Tim:

 

I'm involved, as always, with the SCI-FI-LONDON film festival and its coming round again this year (May 2012) - the main venue is all digital and kitted out with 3D projectors. How can we discuss ways to get a screening on? I'd love to put you in touch with the festival director. I think there would be an audience, not sure of the logistics or if its possible. But hopefully you could get in touch to see if it's even feasible to move forward on the idea.

 

Thanks,

 

Ket

 

PS - fingers crossed on a 3D bluray release (and i'm defnitely getting the GN!)

 

 

the easiest thing to do would probably be to get ahold of a French BluRay and go that route with a digital 3D projector. you can usually raise the gamma on the projector to get the screen brightness up a notch - which is what we do when we're projecting the film from the DCP. the regular dvd is one stop or so too dark, so i imagine that would be true of the blurry as well, though i haven't seen it yet.at any rate, it's an easy fix when you're projecting.

 

otherwise they could rent the DCP from Sony for about a hundred bucks, but what with the European system and all i don't know how that would work out. best bet is the french BluRay.

 

we screened THE MIST using BluRay at Long Beach Comicon (was it LB?) a couple years ago in glorious Black & White, and it was tits.

 

hope this helps!

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folks, the wonderfully talented LIAM SHARP reminded me this weekend that he posted an account of the DARK COUNTRY 3D - CASTRO THEATER experience on his Facebook - check it out here

 

https://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=10150454092666692

 

we had a great time up in San Jose. be sure to look out for his new venture, the MADEFIRE digital comix revolution.

we'll be posting stuff about MADEFIRE right here on the Raw Boards, as it becomes avail.

 

enjoy

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Surprisingly, I do not have a faceyspace. Even though I'm in the nucleus of Facebook, Twitter, Google, Yahoo, etc..... This is the only place I come. So, seeing much of what's noted here takes an alternate route, but there always is one. This film, I loved and the creativity involved was is veritably exciting.

 

MADEFIRE - Liam Sharp

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folks, the wonderfully talented LIAM SHARP reminded me this weekend that he posted an account of the DARK COUNTRY 3D - CASTRO THEATER experience on his Facebook - check it out here

 

https://www.facebook...150454092666692

 

we had a great time up in San Jose. be sure to look out for his new venture, the MADEFIRE digital comix revolution.

we'll be posting stuff about MADEFIRE right here on the Raw Boards, as it becomes avail.

 

enjoy

 

nice write up about you and his experience with Dark Country...

i wish I were there that night at the Castro :(. of course i have only got to see it 2D so far...when does the dvd come out in 3D?

i am dying to see it in 3D! (I have a 3D player) do you have a release date yet?

once again great job directing (let alone it being your first) and bringing a film like this out there... growing up I use to watch the twillight zone (i am from your generation) so I loved it even more. i am very detailed myself and just loved picking up details along the way...

 

i remember how you posted the ending credits how everyone reacted... how rewarding and a proud moment that must of been for you Mr.Jane... :) :) :) :) :)

 

Paola

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folks, the wonderfully talented LIAM SHARP reminded me this weekend that he posted an account of the DARK COUNTRY 3D - CASTRO THEATER experience on his Facebook - check it out here

 

https://www.facebook...150454092666692

 

we had a great time up in San Jose. be sure to look out for his new venture, the MADEFIRE digital comix revolution.

we'll be posting stuff about MADEFIRE right here on the Raw Boards, as it becomes avail.

 

enjoy

 

I can't see it :( , since I don't have a facebook. Can anyone who does have a fb possibly copy & paste it on here?

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why thanky there, Paola.

 

let's see, being you are in Toronto - i think the best bet for you would be to see if you can score the French BluRay..

BUT you'll need a 3D BluRay playa.

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and it should be an 'all region' 3D bluray playa'.

then you're in bizniz.

 

 

Thanks for letting me know Tom. Will there ever be a director's cut? You were mentioning that you were going to (or was I just hearing things) a collector's item for the fans?

 

FYI, I just tried purchasing a (brand new) copy from Amazon,Fr. but unfortunately you cannot purchase outside of Canada. :(

 

So I opted for a (very good) copy instead on Ebay.ca... dang, oh well still a lucky dame... found a copy at least.

And all should be good because Miss Paola has a 3D playa :)

 

Can't wait to see the "differance" as they say in french ;)

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dang , I'm not a lucky girl... my bro just informed me that I only have a "region 1" (north america only) 3D BlueRay playa (he bought it for me).

i had to cancel my order...that really sucks!

here i'm thinking...i had an "all region" 3D player...i'm pissed :(

 

does anyone know where I can download it in 3D?

 

sorry Mr.Jane I tried....

 

Hopefully, there will be a director's cut and I can wait for that release if sony lets ya :)

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I can't see it :( , since I don't have a facebook. Can anyone who does have a fb possibly copy & paste it on here?

Dark Country

by Liam Sharp on Thursday, December 8, 2011 at 3:20pm ·

People almost certainly have no idea that one guy, some seven years ago, got it into his head that it might be cool to make a ‘Twilight Zone’ style noir movie, and even better – make it in 3D! It felt, he believed, just right for the material; a throwback to times that never really were, glimpse through a haze of cigarette smoke and charted in the silver flicker of the motion picture screen. This guy had some cache, some great movie roles and credits behind him. He had a boyish enthusiasm for EC comics, horror, and the great illustrators of the turn of the last century. He’d never directed before, but hell, he’d been on enough sets! He’d get the hang of it. This would be the first ever film shot in digital 3D, ahead of the curve, pioneering, and completely fool-hardy!

 

That guy was Thomas Jane - star of HBO’s Hung, and several major movies including The Punisher, Deep Blue Sea, and Stander – and the film was called Dark Country

 

I was lucky enough to be invited by Tom to go and see a one-night-only 3D screening at The Castro Theatre in San Francisco a couple of weeks ago, hosted by noir champion and novelist Eddie Muller.

 

How do you go about making such a movie? Well first you get your story then you haul it round the studios until somebody – eventually – bites. Then you get the guy that turned lenses used for shooting the dark side of the moon by NASA into camera lenses capable of shooting by candlelight for Stanley Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon to build you a prototype 3D digital camera. Then, well... then you have to figure out how the hell you direct yourself!

 

Tom called Mel Gibson for advice.

 

Mel says “funny you should ask, I had the exact same problem! So I called up Clint Eastwood… He said “You know? I had the same problem myself, so I called Don Siegel…”” It turns out the answer is to not short-change yourself. Watch the rushes, and if it’s not good enough do it again until it is.

 

The result is a charming, funny, twisty noir with some stunning moments and a GREAT bad guy (designed by Bernie Wrightson) who feels like the template for Sin City’s larger-than-life ugly denizens. In fact the whole film feels like it somehow dropped out of the bag when they were delivering the prints for Tarantino’s Grindhouse project.  Thomas Jane and Lauren German make a foxy, believable-in-noirville couple, newly wed and on the road. There’s a Lynchian tension that unsettles in a comfortably familiar way. We get the noir voice-over, the expressionist lighting, and a bloody beautiful vintage car. The story is full of blind alleys, wrong-footing the watcher constantly. The big twist, when it comes, is wonderfully played out in that it lets you in on the gag. It’s shocking, but it’s also funny, and Tom lets the scene run, making sense of an earlier scene that is also horrific and funny.

Ron Perlman throws in a typically compelling cameo and a couple of adlibs that add his own brand of resigned class to a genre he’s never been able to escape.

 

Tom is no fool – he knows that there’s a chunk of the movie that should be on the cutting room floor. Lauren German at one point states how Tom’s character likes how her breasts look in her flimsy white dress, but in all honesty she’s less pneumatically endowed than perhaps the script imagined, and while she does look stunning there’s very little to notice in the breast department. An ice-cube disappearing trick is humorous, but slightly too long, and all the exposition around that scene, and before in the motel, needs a trim. It seems that Tom had to actually re-introduce material that had been cut to make the film longer so it met the required play time of certain regions. Nuts. It would have been better leaner and meaner. I know he’d love to make that director’s cut one day, and also make it black and white – something it really cries out for.

 

I honestly had an amazing night – wild stories, insights and anecdotes abounded. And it was great to meet the loquacious and delightful Eddie Muller and his lovely wife too.

 

L.

 

 

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Liam Sharp Awesome poster art by Tim Bradstreet too. Tim was the art director on the movie...

December 8, 2011 at 3:29pm

David Hine Tim Bradstreet, Berni Wrightson - there has to be a comic book in there somewhere. Great review, Liam.

December 8, 2011 at 5:35pm

Alexander Finbow Tab Murphy is an awesome writer and advocate for the movie too

December 8, 2011 at 6:36

 

Here ya go tuts :)

 

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dang , I'm not a lucky girl... my bro just informed me that I only have a "region 1" (north america only) 3D BlueRay playa (he bought it for me).

i had to cancel my order...that really sucks!

here i'm thinking...i had an "all region" 3D tv...i'm pissed :(

 

does anyone know where I can download it in 3D?

 

sorry Mr.Jane I tried....

 

Hopefully, there will be a director's cut and I can wait for that release if sony lets ya :)

 

Good news...

If your issue with regional dvds ever comes up again, there are 'secret' codes that can reprogram most dvd players into all-region versions (without the need to purchase any more equipment). Look up all region dvd player codes, type in your dvd player's particular make and model number. Then enter the code (or codes) using your remote control & ~voilà ! I've altered every machine in my home and it works like a dream. Also cool because it made watching the Russian copy of "Eden" possible in every room. :D

 

As far as downloading the 3D version goes...

If you have a PS3 it can be yours for about $30-US.

 

Bonne chance.

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Good news...

If your issue with regional dvds ever comes up again, there are 'secret' codes that can reprogram most dvd players into all-region versions (without the need to purchase any more equipment). Look up all region dvd player codes, type in your dvd player's particular make and model number. Then enter the code (or codes) using your remote control & ~voilà ! I've altered every machine in my home and it works like a dream. Also cool because it made watching the Russian copy of "Eden" possible in every room. :D

 

As far as downloading the 3D version goes...

If you have a PS3 it can be yours for about $30-US.

 

Bonne chance.

 

Wow Blondie, look at you being all Miss Techy ... cool you got everything to work

(always wanted to see Eden ~ between us girls ~ is it any good?).

 

Well heck, I'm impressed with you... first your taste in your home and now this :)

I checked it all out and... unfortunately it doesnt work with my Sony model -- bummer!

I also checked out PS3 which I am not familiar with...tried researching it and it's all too techy for me.

My bro is the techy one and getting him to help me right now is out of the Q! He's gonna be a papa soon.

 

Anywho, thanks for helping me out doll but I guess I am gonna have to wait for magic to happen.

Hopefully TJ will have a 3D version out in the works for US folks who are dying to see it in 3D.

 

He's gotta have some pull on that... I don't get it?

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Thanks kitty-cat.

 

I just really wanted it to work & gave it a whirl.

It took more then a few times for me as well.

 

Oh, Eden... it was a really long movie (and what you originally wrote on what Thomas said about it was right).

It had to be watched in bits and some of it was viewed sideways because it was making me sleepy.

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Thanks kitty-cat.

 

I just really wanted it to work & gave it a whirl.

It took more then a few times for me as well.

 

Oh, Eden... it was a really long movie (and what you originally wrote on what Thomas said about it was right).

It had to be watched in bits and some of it was viewed sideways because it was making me sleepy.

 

Thanks again for the tid bit... you tried hun :)

 

Heck maybe someone (hmmm?) can make me a copy and send it out to me... just a thought? lol

 

My bro was the one who turned me on and convinced me into getting a 3D player.

He's just like TJ... with all his comics, sci fi's and horror flicks. I guess this is why I can relate with TJ. When we were younger we only could afford one tv. So I was stuck with what he wanted to watch (of course w him being older) and all I had ta but... in hindsight I wouldn't change a thing because it brings back all these wonderful childhood memories... And Sundays was "our days" that we would draw/sketch till the cows would come home. What else was there to do back then? and of course my mom has thrown out all of our work! Boy did my bro ever love his comics. I must say we were pretty good... We would always try to out do each other's work :)... Aw the memories.

 

Oh yeah, going back to what I was saying...

 

I just wanted Dark Country to be "my ULTRA first 3D movie experience" on my new 3D player... when I purchased it (they give you a free 3D movie ~ it was some kiddy cartoon crap ~ that I couldn't be bothered with). Oh well...

 

As for what I wrote initially, I thought I should remove it. I think it's ok for an artist to slash his own craft but didn't want to be rude.

 

Even though I grew up pretty much a tom boy...

I still enjoy watching some girly movies from time to time. I actually liked "The Sweetest Thing".

It was actually different than most... The black humour sold me and of course watching TJ's kissing moves... that I just couldn't resist. That and "Hung" bring out a comedic side of TJ which is fun to watch but I can see Eden as being a slow long out drama. So I see what you're saying... I guess it's safe to say...yeah, it would a be big yawn.

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Well-deserved applause for the cinematic masterpiece that is Dark Country. I always give it a standing O, when I play it at home. Watching it makes me feel good. Let’s just say, if I was stranded on a deserted island, I’d need to watch Dark Country over & over, again in order to survive.

 

Directed By Thomas Jane……B-e-a-utiful. B)

 

Dark Country

by Liam Sharp on Thursday, December 8, 2011 at 3:20pm ·

People almost certainly have no idea that one guy, some seven years ago, got it into his head that it might be cool to make a 'Twilight Zone' style noir movie, and even better – make it in 3D! It felt, he believed, just right for the material; a throwback to times that never really were, glimpse through a haze of cigarette smoke and charted in the silver flicker of the motion picture screen. This guy had some cache, some great movie roles and credits behind him. He had a boyish enthusiasm for EC comics, horror, and the great illustrators of the turn of the last century. He'd never directed before, but hell, he'd been on enough sets! He'd get the hang of it. This would be the first ever film shot in digital 3D, ahead of the curve, pioneering, and completely fool-hardy!

 

That guy was Thomas Jane - star of HBO's Hung, and several major movies including The Punisher, Deep Blue Sea, and Stander – and the film was called Dark Country

 

I was lucky enough to be invited by Tom to go and see a one-night-only 3D screening at The Castro Theatre in San Francisco a couple of weeks ago, hosted by noir champion and novelist Eddie Muller.

 

How do you go about making such a movie? Well first you get your story then you haul it round the studios until somebody – eventually – bites. Then you get the guy that turned lenses used for shooting the dark side of the moon by NASA into camera lenses capable of shooting by candlelight for Stanley Kubrick's Barry Lyndon to build you a prototype 3D digital camera. Then, well... then you have to figure out how the hell you direct yourself!

 

Tom called Mel Gibson for advice.

 

Mel says "funny you should ask, I had the exact same problem! So I called up Clint Eastwood… He said "You know? I had the same problem myself, so I called Don Siegel…"" It turns out the answer is to not short-change yourself. Watch the rushes, and if it's not good enough do it again until it is.

 

The result is a charming, funny, twisty noir with some stunning moments and a GREAT bad guy (designed by Bernie Wrightson) who feels like the template for Sin City's larger-than-life ugly denizens. In fact the whole film feels like it somehow dropped out of the bag when they were delivering the prints for Tarantino's Grindhouse project. Thomas Jane and Lauren German make a foxy, believable-in-noirville couple, newly wed and on the road. There's a Lynchian tension that unsettles in a comfortably familiar way. We get the noir voice-over, the expressionist lighting, and a bloody beautiful vintage car. The story is full of blind alleys, wrong-footing the watcher constantly. The big twist, when it comes, is wonderfully played out in that it lets you in on the gag. It's shocking, but it's also funny, and Tom lets the scene run, making sense of an earlier scene that is also horrific and funny.

Ron Perlman throws in a typically compelling cameo and a couple of adlibs that add his own brand of resigned class to a genre he's never been able to escape.

 

Tom is no fool – he knows that there's a chunk of the movie that should be on the cutting room floor. Lauren German at one point states how Tom's character likes how her breasts look in her flimsy white dress, but in all honesty she's less pneumatically endowed than perhaps the script imagined, and while she does look stunning there's very little to notice in the breast department. An ice-cube disappearing trick is humorous, but slightly too long, and all the exposition around that scene, and before in the motel, needs a trim. It seems that Tom had to actually re-introduce material that had been cut to make the film longer so it met the required play time of certain regions. Nuts. It would have been better leaner and meaner. I know he'd love to make that director's cut one day, and also make it black and white – something it really cries out for.

 

I honestly had an amazing night – wild stories, insights and anecdotes abounded. And it was great to meet the loquacious and delightful Eddie Muller and his lovely wife too.

 

L.

 

 

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Liam Sharp Awesome poster art by Tim Bradstreet too. Tim was the art director on the movie...

December 8, 2011 at 3:29pm

David Hine Tim Bradstreet, Berni Wrightson - there has to be a comic book in there somewhere. Great review, Liam.

December 8, 2011 at 5:35pm

Alexander Finbow Tab Murphy is an awesome writer and advocate for the movie too

December 8, 2011 at 6:36

 

Here ya go tuts :)

 

 

Thanks for posting it, Paola! :D I really appreciate it.

 

Liam Sharp sure wrote a nice review for the film. Speaking of The Twilight Zone, is there any music in Dark Country taken directly from any of The Twilight Zone episodes w/ Rod Serling (hey, there’s that ROD word, again). I forget the episode of Twilight Zone with it, but I remember hearing a song that sounded like one. I want to say it’s the episode titled “Perchance to Dream” (maybe not). Though, the music could sound similar just because it’s inspired by it. Anyone know what I’m talking about?

 

Some of Dark Country already looks B&W, but I think to see a complete B&W version would be remarkable.

 

Would the Dark Country Director's Cut include those spectacular special features that Tim Bradstreet mentioned on the correct DVD cover that he made? Because then, I'd enter a state of beyond blissfulness. :wub:

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the easiest thing to do would probably be to get ahold of a French BluRay and go that route with a digital 3D projector. you can usually raise the gamma on the projector to get the screen brightness up a notch - which is what we do when we're projecting the film from the DCP. the regular dvd is one stop or so too dark, so i imagine that would be true of the blurry as well, though i haven't seen it yet.at any rate, it's an easy fix when you're projecting.

 

otherwise they could rent the DCP from Sony for about a hundred bucks, but what with the European system and all i don't know how that would work out. best bet is the french BluRay.

 

we screened THE MIST using BluRay at Long Beach Comicon (was it LB?) a couple years ago in glorious Black & White, and it was tits.

 

hope this helps!

 

The festival wrapped early May, so scheduling was tight. I'll see if I can get my copy of the French Blu-Ray in front of the Festival Director for the upcoming Oktoberfest event he usually holds. All useful info re: projectors - they have screened a lot of stuff via blu-rays but I don't think they've ever projected a blu-ray into their 3D projection system - I will also enquire about the DCP through Sony. I think for the next festival, we are probably going to render all submitted films into DCP ourselves (juggling USB Sticks, hard drives, Blu-Rays & DVDs can be a major challenge)

 

Cheers!

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