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05 / 2000 Gladiator Reprints
05 / 2000 Gladiator Reprints
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Although the back issues have sold out, you can still get a full color reprint of three of the articles covering the blockbuster film, Gladiator. Included are an interview with director Ridley Scott…
1966 / 12 — December Issue of American Cinematographer
Hawaii; Under Water Cinematography. Meeting The Challenges of Underwater Cinematography . The Filming of "Hawaii". UCLA's 8mm Arc Projector Conversion . Some Tricks of The Documentary Trade . Protecting Motion Picture Raw Stock…
1967 / 02 — February Issue of American Cinematographer
Photography of "The Professionals". Filming The Greatest Parade In The World. Mellotron Sound Effects Console. AutoSelective Printing . What You Should Know About 16mm Workprint Editing. Electron Beam Recorder for Better…
1968 / 02 — February Issue of American Cinematographer
Robert Surtees, ASC Cinematographer with a "Split Personality". "Magic Reality" Production Design for "Doctor Dolittle". Filming "Dirksen of Capitol Hill". Location Versus Studio Filming. Magnetic Sound-on-Film Conversion Unit Fits…
1968 / 05 — May Issue of American Cinematographer
Oscar Winner for Cinematography. Filming "The Incident". 40th Annual Academy Awards Presentation. The Director-Cameraman Relationship. New Tungsten-Halogen Highwattage Lamps. The American Film Institute. The Lowell Quarts System…
1968 / 07 — July Issue of American Cinematographer
The Rare Adventure of Filming "Blue". Underwater Cinematography: The Vast, Unexplored Frontier . Gregory Peck Talks About The American Film Institute. Better Color Film for Color Television . Portrait of The Artist Filmed…
1968 / 08 — August Issue of American Cinematographer
Films At San Antonio's Hemis Fair '68. Hemis Fair '68. Confluence, U.S.A. and a Film Called "Us". "A Computer Glossary". Confluence / Cosmos. "My Name Is Paul". "The Wide World…
1968 / 10 — October Issue of American Cinematographer
The World's First Film Unit Operating Behind Prison Bars. Location Filming of "The Thomas Crown Affair". San Quentin's Inmate Film Workshop. A New Electronic Post-Synchronization System. Cinema Verit_ and The Documentary…
1968 / 11 — November Issue of American Cinematographer
Photokina and Film Production In Europe. Photokina 1968. On The Europe Film Production Scene. London. Madrid. Rome. Hamburg. Copenhagen. Front-Projection: Europe
1970 / 01 — January Issue of American Cinematographer
Filming of "Medium Cool". Television Film-Making: 1970. Shooting with The Cinestrobe. Filming The Architecture of Chicago. The Opyasound System. The Second Annual Armed Forces Audio-Visual Communications Conference. "Air Bubble…
1970 / 02 — February Issue of American Cinematographer
Behind The Scenes of "Hello Dolly". Behind The Scenes of "Hello, Doll!". Pre-Testing to Film an Unusual Feature. The "Clipstrip" Speedlighting System. A Cinema Verit_ Film for The American Stock Exchange…
1970 / 04 — April Issue of American Cinematographer
Photographing "The Molly Maguires" Without Arc Lighting. Photographing "The Molly Maguires " Without Arc Lighting. Maintaining The Modern Motion Picture Camera. A Computer You Could Learn to Love. The Basics of Sound…