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Unless I’m incorrect, the last time you shot a feature on film was on “Hail Caesar” in 2016. You said on your podcast that it’s very unlikely you would shoot on film again, but I was curious if you feel like your process with film would be any different now than it was in 2016. Have there been any technical innovations that would change your process? How do you think you would go about dealing with the difficulties of maintaining your intended exposure since development and scanning practices are so inconsistent these days?
And lastly, do you think you would light a feature shot on film differently than you would if it was shot on digital? Obviously, you would need more exposure for something like a night exterior, but do you think there’s other facets of film that would change your lighting tendencies? For instance, I’ve heard some cinematographers say that they use more hard light on film than on digital.
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