Digital movie production changes and sheds old movie jobs

With the digital revolution overrunning traditional delivery systems, it's clear that the century-old way of shooting movies is the next to fall.

The practice of shooting a pile of footage, farming it out to service shops, then retreating into post-production hell for six to 18 months? Soon to be a thing of the past.

Also likely a thing of the past: the jobs of the thousands of professionals working at outside post-production service firms like Deluxe and Technicolor, which have traditionally processed dailies, transferred tape and handled myriad other Old World tasks.


Digital Cinema, Filmmaking, Hollywood

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