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Newport Beach Film Festival shenanigans #nbff

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Myrna Loy Center

While we had some free time today before our flight back home.  We explored downtown Helena.  We poked into the Myrna Loy center.  The building used to be the local jail.  Now its a center for arts and movie theatre.  Cool place. 

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Droid pix · I love movies! · Places and things I find in them.

I love Disney

Having a Disney annual pass is awesome, it keeps US young, and makes us happy.  With a baby coming we won’t be able to go as much soon I will miss this.  I love being a kid at heart, and visiting the park, really feeds that kid.

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RED DIGITAL CINEMA STUFF · The Moving Image

O.C. tech firm (RED DIGITAL CINEMA) behind ‘Hobbit’ innovation

Great article from OC Register: http://www.ocregister.com/articles/red-380380-film-company.html 

Irvine’s Red Digital Cinema helps Peter Jackson pioneer a film shot at double the frames per second in ultra-smooth action.

Where to see ‘The Hobbit’ in 3D in the OC

“The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” opens Friday. The following Orange County theaters will be showing the movie in 3D at 48 frames per second:

•Orange 30 with IMAX & ETX (92868)

•Irvine Spectrum 21 + IMAX & RPX (92618)

•Huntington Beach Bella Terra 20 + XD (92647)

•Aliso Viejo Stadium 20 with IMAX (92656)

•Brea Stadium 22 (92821)

•Orange Stadium Promenade 25 + XD (92867)

•Foothill Towne Center 22 in Foothill Ranch (92610)

•Cinepolis Ranch Santa Margarita 6 (92688)

Tip: When browsing show times, look for “HFR 3D,” which stands for high frame rate, to make sure you are seeing the enhanced 3D experience.

Source: thehobbit.com

Article Tab: A line of Red Epic cameras, which retail for about $19,000 each, sit on the production line in Irvine.