The End of Celluloid explores the diverse and inspirational work of such filmmakers as: Lars Von Trier (Dancer in the Dark), Spike Jonze (Being John Malkovich), David Lynch (Mulholland Drive); as well as computer game creators, music video pioneers, acclaimed commercial directors such as Jonathan Glazer, and digital video artists. The End of Celluloid highlights how exciting and innovative talent and new techniques are infiltrating the mainstream, across platforms--film, advertising, pop promos, animation, web sites, digital TV, FMV (full-motion video in computer gaming). Unlike other books that look at these singular areas, The End of Celluloid joins the dots between these disciplines, offering visual cures and stimulation, with authoritative commentary, suggesting directions for the future and possible evolutionary paths.... video recorders (PVRs) are such a hit with users. TiVo pioneered the idea of Me TV, a remote agent gathering and recording moving image accordingto your stated preferences, and also inferring these from manual recording choices. The TiVo technologies delivered by satellite set-top boxes such as Sky+ or DirecTVanbsp;...
|Title||:||The end of celluloid|
|Publisher||:||Rotovision - 2004-10-10|