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Follow Me premier in NYC 4/24

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Turbo Monkey
Sep 10, 2001
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Brooklyn
Date- Saturday, April 24th
Time- doors at 7PM, movie at 8:30PM
Place- EMS SoHo, corner of Broadway and Spring Streets
Price- $15 donation

more info here

Come through.
 

Bigdroptoflat

Monkey
Jan 24, 2008
118
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Maryland
Saw it on friday night at the world premier. This movie is AMAZING. Probably some of the best filming/riding i've ever seen. Nothing else even comes close, Anthill really stepped it up with this one.

I hope that more mountain bike movies are made in the same type of HD format as Follow Me, it really adds to the experience.
 

ebarker9

Monkey
Oct 2, 2007
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It's cool that it's filmed in HD and all but isn't it only being released on DVD/iTunes? Is it going to be available in HD through iTunes? Otherwise, seems like a waste.
 

rpet

Turbo Monkey
Jun 9, 2003
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El Lay
HD movies are available on iTunes, if that is what you're asking. Shooting in HD has benefits for an SD release as well (color, slow-mo and other effects).

I'm looking forward to the NYC premiere!
 

ebarker9

Monkey
Oct 2, 2007
456
6
HD movies are available on iTunes, if that is what you're asking. Shooting in HD has benefits for an SD release as well (color, slow-mo and other effects).

I'm looking forward to the NYC premiere!
Just wishing for a Blu-Ray copy, but if it's HD in iTunes maybe that will be a better option than DVD.
 

IH8Rice

I'm Mr. Negative! I Fail!
Aug 2, 2008
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Im over here now
HD movies are available on iTunes, if that is what you're asking. Shooting in HD has benefits for an SD release as well (color, slow-mo and other effects).

I'm looking forward to the NYC premiere!
but shooting with a Red One and releasing it in SD is basically a waste of money
 

rpet

Turbo Monkey
Jun 9, 2003
3,046
348
El Lay
I don't agree with you. The higher-quality source should result in a better SD output. Higher contrast, more color to work with, etc. Follow Me on DVD should look much better than older MTB films shot on tiny-CCD cameras.

I'm hoping for a Blu-Ray version too, but I'd be just as happy with a 1080p download.

but shooting with a Red One and releasing it in SD is basically a waste of money
 

IH8Rice

I'm Mr. Negative! I Fail!
Aug 2, 2008
24,550
490
Im over here now
I don't agree with you. The higher-quality source should result in a better SD output. Higher contrast, more color to work with, etc. Follow Me on DVD should look much better than older MTB films shot on tiny-CCD cameras.

I'm hoping for a Blu-Ray version too, but I'd be just as happy with a 1080p download.
if there wont be a BD version or something released on ITunes in 1080p, then spending $25k + on a single camera is worthless. even if a hi-res video is available on Itunes, it still wont look anywhere near what a BD movie would look like.

they can still get a great recording with prosumer and or a pro camera costing a fraction of the cost of the Red One.
 

jbogner

Monkey
May 8, 2006
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Fort Collins, CO
Jamis Bikes and Liberty's Bar and Grill have upped the ante by providing FREE BEER for all 21+ moviegoers. That's right- FREE BEER.

Don't miss it!

Also, I just previewed to film, and it's hot. The RED camera did not go to waste, as they've really pushed the low-light capabilities. It's by far the most gorgeously-filmed and edited MTB movie yet.