Ang Lee's "Billy Lynn" Shot in Stereoscopic 3D 4K at 120 Images per Second
Ang Lee will show some footage from the first film in the world that was shot and projected at 120fps in 4K 3D HDR at NAB (Las Vegas, NV,USA) on April 16, 2016.
"Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk" will be projected on a Christie six-primaries laser projection system.
Insider Video from the Set
Set in Dallas in 2005, infantryman Billy Lynn, a 19-year-old Texas native, deals with the final few hours before he and his brothers-in-arms return to war in Iraq.
- Based on the 2012 novel by Ben Fountain.
- Most of the movie takes place during a Thanksgiving Day football game.
- The film features flashbacks to the underlying events and the heroism of 19-year-old private Billy Lynn.
- 3D Stereographer / Stereo Supervisor: Demetri Portelli
- Production Systems Supervisor: Ben Gervais
- 3D Systems Tech: Brian Cassar
- 3D Systems Tech: Sandra Lombardi
- 3D Coordinator: Stephanie Fraser
3D Rigs were provided bt StereoTec.
"Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk" is on IMDB. Release date is listed as November 11, 2016 in the USA.