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Side by Side (Feb-2012)

Director: Christopher Kenneally

Writer: Christopher Kenneally

Keywords: Documentary, Filmmaking

Documentary examines the history and process of both digital and photochemical film creation.

ABSTRACT
Featuring interviews with legendary directors running the gamut from mainstream darling James Cameron to cult-classic mainstay David Lynch, Side by Side examines the history, process, and workflow of digital and photochemical film creation, painting a picture for viewers of how both forms of film have engaged artists and filmmakers through history and enabled them to push their creations towards new frontiers.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Danny Boyle
Film Director
20-Oct-1956   Trainspotting
James Cameron
Film Director
16-Aug-1954   Terminator, Titanic, and Avatar
Lena Dunham
Actor
13-May-1986   Girls
David Fincher
Film Director
28-Aug-1962   Fight Club
Greta Gerwig
Actor
4-Aug-1983   Greenberg
Richard Linklater
Film Director
30-Jul-1960   Slacker
George Lucas
Film Director
14-May-1944   Creator of Star Wars
David Lynch
Film Director
20-Jan-1946   Blue Velvet
Dennis Muren
Artist
1-Nov-1946   Special effects for Star Wars
Christopher Nolan
Film Director
30-Jul-1970   Memento
Keanu Reeves
Actor
2-Sep-1964   Dude
Robert Rodriguez
Film Director
20-Jun-1968   El Mariachi
Joel Schumacher
Film Director
29-Aug-1939   The Lost Boys
Martin Scorsese
Film Director
17-Nov-1942   Taxi Driver
Steven Soderbergh
Film Director
14-Jan-1963   Traffic
Lars von Trier
Film Director
30-Apr-1956   Breaking the Waves
Andy Wachowski
Film Director
29-Dec-1967   The Matrix
Lana Wachowski
Film Director
21-Jun-1965   The Matrix

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