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Side by SideDirectors James Cameron, David Fincher, Martin Scorsese, Christopher Nolan and others discuss digital technology's impact on filmmaking. The documentary investigates the history, process and workflow of both digital and photochemical film creation.Genre: DocumentaryCountry: United StatesDuration: 99 minQuality: HDRelease: 2012IMDb: 7.6Keywords:
Actors of "Side by Side"
Directors of "Side by Side"Christopher Kenneally
Creators of "Side by Side"Christopher Kenneally
Critic Reviews of "Side by Side"San Francisco ChronicleSeptember 10, 2013
The documentary would have been that much better with a more explicit focus on why the average filmgoer should care.Time OutFebruary 14, 2013
Keanu Reeves is a game frontman of this fact-filled, slightly chaotic doc about the rise of digital technology in film.Minneapolis Star TribuneNovember 08, 2012
A trim, informative 99-minute primer on celluloid film, which to many viewers has a warmth and feel as soothing as buttered popcorn, and the brave new world of digital cinema.Arizona RepublicSeptember 27, 2012
It's this simple: If you like movies, you need to see "Side by Side."Miami HeraldSeptember 23, 2012
Actors such as Robert Downey Jr. complain that because digital cameras can be reloaded in seconds, there is no time for performers to hang out in their trailers between takes (in protest, he urinated in jars, which he hid all over the sets of Zodiac).Christian Science MonitorSeptember 07, 2012
There is great flux in this world, as Side by Side so entertainingly demonstrates, and where it's all headed is both discomforting and exhilarating. Stay tuned.LarsenOnFilmAugust 05, 2014
...could have used more movie-specific discussions of the aesthetic implications of celluloid versus digital.Birmingham PostMarch 13, 2013
Side By Side is a riveting, under-the-hood distillation of 100 years of Hollywood experimentation, innovation and expensive bravery.Film4March 04, 2013
Essential viewing for understanding different sides of one of the most vital current debates in cinema.The ListFebruary 18, 2013
At once a celebration of new technology and a lamentation of a passing one, Side by Side is oddly depressing to watch.Observer (UK)February 17, 2013
It asks questions about culture and technology, the creation of a new sensibility, and whether we're looking at the debasement of values or a new democracy coming to the arts.
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