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Sam Elliott’s ‘The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then Bigfoot’ Nabbed by RLJE Films

RLJE Films has acquired the North American rights to the adventure film 'The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Bigfoot,' with Sam Elliott, Aidan Turner and Ron Livingston starring.

‘2001: A Space Odyssey’: Douglas Trumbull on Stanley Kubrick’s Search for “Ultimate Perfection”

As '2001: A Space Odyssey' is rereleased, VFX pioneer Douglas Trumbull reflects on working with Stanley Kubrick.

James Cameron Promises Innovation in ‘Avatar’ Sequels as He’s Feted by Engineers

Cameron and Douglas Trumbull were honored at the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers' Centennial Gala.

Oscars: Who Are the Candidates for Governors Awards? (Analysis)

As the Academy's board of governors meets to choose the honorees, here's a look at who could be in the running — from Doris Day to Douglas Trumbull.

Could ‘Avatar’ Sequels Be First Features to Use Douglas Trumbull’s High Frame Rate 4K 3D System?

At IBC, he says studios seem “eager" amid a recent box-office drop and jokes about how Michael Bay may use the technology

The Lowdown on Terrence Malick’s Three New Films

Will 'Knight of Cups' premiere this year?

Douglas Trumbull: Kubrick Didn’t Earn That ‘2001’ Oscar — but He Deserved Many Others

"Kubrick did not create the visual effects" for the film, VFX legend says

Future of Film: VFX Legend Douglas Trumbull’s Plan to Save the Movies

The 72-year-old, who's best known for his work on '2001: A Space Odyssey,' says he's figured out how to win the battle against big TVs and smartphones — from a studio on his farm in the Berkshires

Michael Moore, Douglas Trumbull to Address Toronto Film Fest Industry Events

Organizers also booked Legendary East's Peter Loehr to keynote its Asian Film Summit on September 9.

Douglas Trumbull, Natalie Wood’s Last Director, Returns With Sci-Fi Project

The man who invented the visuals behind "2001: A Space Odyssey" and "Blade Runner," who "just had to stop" when Wood died in an off-set accident as "Brainstorm" was in production, is helming "UFOTOG" in 4K 3D at 120 fps.

SMPTE 2012: Douglas Trumbull Urges ‘Experience-Creating’ Cinema

The filmmaker and inventor sees promise in brighter and larger screens, 3D and variable frame rates.

Douglas Trumbull To Keynote SMPTE High Frame Rates Symposium

Prior to the opening of “The Hobbit” -- the first major motion picture to be made and released at 48 frames per second -- Hollywood’s creative and technical community will explore its impact on movies.