1. WR57 – Glorious Technicolor & ‘An American in Paris’ (1951)


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    In honor of the Glorious Technicolor Retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art playing through August, we decided to make an episode celebrating the technicolor process and one of the most famous musicals from that period, Vincente Minnelli’s ‘An American in Paris’ (1951) starring the indomitable Gene Kelly. 0:00 – 24:53 – Introduction/News 24:54 – 50:33 – Glorious Technicolor 50:34 – 1:23:25 – ‘An American in Paris’ (1951) 1:23:26 – 1:28:45 – Closing Remarks/Blooper Follow Wrong Reel on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WrongReel

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    • (Wedding) Haiyen and Richard


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      Fast Pictures Productions Editor : Marc Desaulniers Camera : Félix Nault-Laberge

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      • The Wonderful World of Technicolor


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        Documentary originally broadcast on BBC4, Christmas day 2008 as part of the Cinema Show strand. Directed by Archie Lauchlan.

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        • Episode 55: The Governator!


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          Sam and Dave look at a preview for the upcoming Governator animated series. In From the Gutters we've got another episode of Lightning Round! Quinn and Sean bring us a review of the iPad 2 and talk about their preview of the Motorola Xoom. Sean's bringing us artificial retinas and Quinn is telling us about the new Nikon D5100. And finally, if you had tons of money, you'd do this too: Segway Jousting.

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          • Kid OZ


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            Kid Oz: Flawed, sure? Intended by the artists, of course not. But from my year 2001 mid-twenties stoner perspective, Everything In Its Right Place. A complete accident as I had just shared Dark Side of the Rainbow with some art school friends who had never seen it. The main complaint was simply not finishing the film. It took us 3 minutes and 33 seconds to decide what to play next, an album we all obsessed over at the time, Kid A. The songs Kid A, National Anthem, How To Disappear Completely, Optimistic, and In Limbo all have great moments and place a very sinister and somewhat danceable mood on the second half of the film. The overall theme, the track sequencing and mood of the album are surprisingly in sync. Especially with lyrics such as “I’m not here. This isn’t happening, You’re living in a fantasy world, Release me and Help me get where I belong.” The album even ends with the song Motion Picture Soundtrack. Which in the future will help people to theorize that Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood indeed created the album to finish off some stoner kids disappointing experiment with synchronicity. For more information and complete instruction please visit: thankyouand.com/kid-oz

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            • CGTExpo 11: Animation perspectives by DreamWorks Dedicated Unit @ Technicolor


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              Session 8: Animation perspectives by DreamWorks Dedicated Unit @ Technicolor Speakers: Raman Hui (Director), John Hill (Head of Animation), Manish Kumar (Animator)

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              • Jon Boschen's Classic Industrial Film Showcase- No. 2: "Direct Mass Selling's Technicolor Harmony"


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                Two 10-minute theatrical short films, "Color Harmony" (1938) and "Seeing Green" (1937), are the subject in this installment of “Jon Boschen's Classic Industrial Film Showcase”. Both films were produced by the Jam Handy Organization and were entries in the studio’s iconic short film series being produced for Chevrolet, 'Direct Mass Selling'. Unlike other entries in the series which consisted of either black and white live action films or Technicolor animated cartoons, these two films utilized the black and white to Technicolor technique as a way to enhance their subject matter; A technique which would become well known the following year in MGM's 1939 film adaption of "The Wizard of Oz”, as well as other films such as “The Women” (MGM, 1939), “The Reluctant Dragon” (Disney- RKO, 1941), and “A Matter of Life And Death” (Archer- Eagle-Lion, 1946). Also discussed by Mr. Boschen in this issue is a brief history of three-strip Technicolor, and also the Jam Handy Organization and their use of Technicolor in film production during the 1930s. "Color Harmony" (1938) can be downloaded from the Prelinger Archives: https://archive.org/details/0559_Colo... "Seeing Green" can be downloaded from the Prelinger Archives: https://archive.org/details/SeeingGr1937

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                • Episode 59: Thor, God of Thunderbolt!


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                  In this week's episode, Dave reviews Thor and Sean reviews Portal 2. Dave is bringing us the reprint of Jinx: The Essential Collection. Quinn and Scott check out the new iMacs. Einstein gets proven right in Mad Science. And finally Quinn goes on location to check out the launch event for Manfrotto Bags.

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                  • CGTExpo 11: The Art of Rotoscopy & its Careers


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                    Session 4: The Art of Rotoscopy & its Careers Speakers: Rajdeep P Dandekar (Compositor, R&H) , Clark Harding (Supervisor – Rotoscopy, Technicolor)

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                    • "The Wedding" Kevin & Erika Zimmerman


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                      Kevin and Erika Zimmerman's wedding that I shot and edited for them. Shot on Canon EOS 5D Mark II Lens: Canon 24-70mm f/2.8L Audio: Zoom H4n Equipment rented from lensrentals.com

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