HFR Attempts a “Walk” Back Into Cinema

Over the years, digital capture has moved significantly, from a limited tool that tied the hands of cinematographers, into a highly capable technology that stirs the imagination. One of those points of exploration has been higher frame rates. Peter Jackson, with the support of Warner Bros, admirably took the first big step along this route, with the three releases of Hobbit. The first step may not always the best step, and while Hobbit was cited for its many flaws, none of it perturbs filmmakers. Ang Lee is no exception, with the upcoming release of Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk in 120 fps 4K 3D glory.

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