Hollywood's production community gathered this past weekend at The Studios at Paramount for the annual Cine Gear Expo, featuring panels, speakers, and an exhibition of the latest cameras and production gear.
American Society of Cinematographers past president Richard Crudo (right), director of photography on such films as American Pie, visits Canon's Tim Smith at the Canon exhibit.
"Thor 2" Trailer Previewed
Kramer Morgenthau (right), director of photography of Thor: The Dark World, participated in a session moderated by Arri's Marc Shipman-Mueller.
Fotokem Celebrates 50 Years
During the awards presentation, Cine Gear recognized milestones including the 50th anniversary of Burbank-headquartered post house Fotokem.
Eric Alan Edwards (Lovelace) and Rachel Morrison (Fruitvale Station) spoke during a Kodak-hosted "Sundance in Summer" panel. Morrison will be presented with the Kodak Vision Award at the 2013 Women In Film Crystal + Lucy Awards on June 12.
Sony Highlights 4K
From left: Sony Electronics Professional Solutions of America president Alec Shapiro, Sony Pictures Technologies president Chris Cookson, and Bill Baggelaar, senior vp of Sony’s 4K post house Colorworks.
On The Lot
Exhibitors from Arri to ZGC featured their latest technology on the stages and backlot at The Studios at Paramount.
ICG Discusses On-Set Workflows
The Interational Cinematographers Guild panel featured director of photography Brandon Trost, digital imaging technician Kevin Stanley, ICG president Steven Poster, DP Jeffrey Jur, and DIT Kevin Britton.
Dwayne Johnson, Matthew McConaughey, Julie Plec, Megan Fox, Chloe Grace Moretz, Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez were among those attending the events in the first few days at San Diego Comic-Con. View gallery
DC Comics and VICE teamed up to give 20 acclaimed artists a white latex reproduction of Batman's famous cowl and cape and asked them to design what they envisioned the Caped Crusader wearing — this is what they came up with. View gallery
Zoe Saldana transforms into Ellen Ripley from "Aliens" while Nathan Fillion taps into his inner Captain Kirk and Chris Hardwick goes "Back to the Future" as Marty McFly in THR's tribute to graphic novels, with the help of illustrator and artist Reid Kikuo Johnson. View gallery