The first Friday of each month, I present a small and arbitrary selection of links that will hopefully be useful or interesting to the minor mogul. To suggest a link for May, please email me.
Too many movies being made today
Marshall Fine points out what I’ve often said: that with the rise of affordable digital cameras and video-editing computers, anyone can make a movie these days. He goes on to say that perhaps not everyone should. There are too many bad movies out there, and not enough gatekeepers to warn viewers away from them. As such, it’s harder than ever to find good movies.
Fuji stops manufacturing film
For over a hundred years movies were shot on photographic film, but those days are drawing swiftly to a close. FujiFilm announced that it has stopped manufacturing motion-picture film stock. The digital revolution continues.
Read it: www.FujiFilm.com/news/n130402.html