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The Tech that got Woody Allen to Go Digital

October 3, 2016, 07:40 AM

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) is most famous for hosting the Oscars, but the organization also attempts to preserve the history of the motion picture industry—and sort out its technological future. ACES, which you might have heard of recently in the press surrounding Cafe Society, is a technology that's been around for a few years; until recently, it’s been mainly geared towards colorists. However, the Academy is doing a big push to expand ACES' use, from pre-production through release—and if using it helped convince Woody Allen and Vittorio Storaro to go digital, every filmmaker should know about it.

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