(PRWEB) October 01, 2013
The Reel Studio and Arclight Presents are joining together to bring classic films back to the big screen in the festival “The Making of” at the Hollywood ArcLight November 3-10. Audiences will be able to hear the stories behind the films from the filmmakers themselves in the Q&A that follows each film. This is one of the first public forums in which the focus is only on classic films and their filmmakers. The Reel Studio’s objective is to offer access to some of the most influential filmmakers in cinema history and “The Making of” is the event where filmmakers can discuss the techniques and styles that make these movies iconic. Keeping to ArcLight standards, all of the films screened with be either a DCP or 35mm print.
Advance tickets available as a perk to support The Reel Studio’s Kickstarter campaign. Each ticket includes admittance for one, popcorn and one drink plus access to The Reel Studio beta.
About The Thing
The Thing is a 1982 American science fiction horror film directed by John Carpenter. The film's title refers to its primary antagonist: a parasitic extraterrestrial lifeform that assimilates other organisms and in turn imitates them.
Advance tickets for the screening Monday, November 4 at 8P with producer Larry Franco and Oscar-nominated cinematographer Dean Cundey available as a perk to support The Reel Studio’s Kickstarter campaign. Each ticket includes admittance for one, popcorn and one drink plus access to The Reel Studio beta.
About The Reel Studio
The Reel Studio offers the unique online experience of watching iconic filmmakers demonstrate their craft for a real production in a series of Master Classes and is currently crowdfunding to complete the Evolution of a Suspense Scene featuring cinematographer Dean Cundey and composer Charles Bernstein and to produce the Evolution of an Action Scene featuring screenwriter Jim Uhls and stuntmen Cory DeMeyers and Jesse La Flair.