By Ray Pride Pride@moviecitynews.com

“What happened to me and others at the ArcLight was the height of absurdity. Here we were watching a production that cost somewhere in the neighborhood of a quarter-billion dollars. And we were an invited audience, privileged to see an advance screening, not moviegoers paying hefty premiums for their 3D experience. I shudder to think what they see.”

“What happened to me and others at the ArcLight was the height of absurdity. Here we were watching a production that cost somewhere in the neighborhood of a quarter-billion dollars. And we were an invited audience, privileged to see an advance screening, not moviegoers paying hefty premiums for their 3D experience. I shudder to think what they see.”

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“I felt the need to experiment in order to learn the actual methodology of live cinema, which is a hybrid of theater, film and television. The SHOT is the basic element, as in film; the live PERFORMANCE is from theater; and the advanced television TECHNOLOGY to enable it is borrowed from TV sports. It is very exciting to work in.”
~ Francis Coppola

“It was always a crisis, but we had a great time,” James Schamus said, grinning. “Now I know how much fun directing is. I didn’t know. No one told me.”

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