With the rise of the new era of 35mm film development, new lenses are now being developed to handle it.
It’s a huge shift in the world of filmmaking, but it’s also a huge opportunity for old school film producers to take a shot at bringing their films to the big screen.
Old School is one of the first projects that is being developed with the latest 35mm technology, and it’s coming to theaters this November.
“We’re really excited about this project,” said Andrew Juhasz, a senior production designer at Sony Pictures Motion Picture Group.
The film’s a blend of old school movies like “The Sound of Music,” “The Wizard of Oz” and “Jaws,” as well as contemporary classics like “Journey to the Center of the Earth,” “Inception” and others.
Its director, Michael B. Green, has been a big supporter of the technology.
He says that it has helped the production of films like “Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi” and the “Spider-Man” sequel.
And it has been great for the filmmakers to be able to do it with the lenses they use to create their films.
Juhassz said that he and his team have worked with the technology for months on the project, and the result is a film that is unique and fresh.
You’ll notice that it’s a lot different than anything you’ve seen before.
The lighting is a lot more natural, and we’re bringing in a whole new light plane, which is also much more dramatic, to create that new feeling of scale.
There’s also some amazing lighting effects that come out of that.
It looks very much like an old school movie, but you’ll see it with a whole different light.
We’re trying to take what the filmmakers had in their films, and then we’re trying our best to make sure it looks the same in the film.
This isn’t just a film for film fans, it’s something for all of us, so we’re really interested in hearing your opinions on this project.