Hardly even realizing it, the digital image has gone from being an amateur format, valid only for arty movies and very low budget, to being assimilated by the general public, becoming the medium for numerous Hollywood productions. Will it mean the death of celluloid, of cinema as we used to know it? George Lucas, Martin Scorsese, David Lynch and countless filmmakers, cinematographers and film editors will offer us their view on the subject, and Keanu Reeves will be the cicerone on this journey through the history of the digital textures.
He was born in Hartford, Connecticut, in 1970. Specializing in documentaries, his first feature length film, Crazy Legs Conti: Zen and the Art of Competitive Eating (04) was presented worldwide at the Tribeca festival in New York. He is actually immersed in the pre-production of his first feature length fiction movie.
Edition: 2012 Section: Special Session Original language: