Last night I watched Stalker digitally projected from a DVD and noticed two
things: the stillness and length of the shots combined with the movement of
the frame confused the MPEG codec, causing everything to digitally wiggle,
and that the "rainbow effect" was extremely prominent and distracting in
still shots where the viewer is encouraged to investigate the space of the
shot.  It was disturbing to me that the style of the film
was incompatible with the technology used to display it.

On Mon, Nov 21, 2011 at 10:49 PM, Steven Gladstone <
ste...@gladstonefilms.com> wrote:

> On 11/21/11 9:24 PM, Steven Gladstone wrote:
> > I think Imax may use some other system to
> > transport the film
>
> I meant IMAX projectors.
>
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