The Verge EIC hosted a timely discussion with film directors and representatives from Sony and Naughty Dog.
Joshua Topolsky (Editor in Chief, The Verge) hosted Alec Shapiro (President, Sony Professional Solutions of America), director/cinematographer Christina Voros, Josh Scherr (Naughty Dog) and Michael Cioni (Light Iron) at 92YTribeca to discuss how new technology has shaped the aesthetics of modern film. Here's the full discussion and selected highlights from the panel, which took place on April 22nd as part of Tribeca's Future of Film Live series, and was sponsored by Sony.
Here's the full panel:
On how craving the next big thing affects filmmaking:
On defending 3D as an artistic medium:
On how technology makes it easy to shoot a film without thinking about it enough first: