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Cutting Edge (Technology: Movies: Movie Mask) #707896

ABC Evening News for Monday, Aug 12, 2002
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Report introduced.

(Salt Lake City: Bill Redeker) New technology that allows parents to edit movies their children watch featured; details given about how Movie Mask edits via specially designed software. [Parent Chuck HOOLEY‡- says there's a lot of garbage out there.] [Movie Mask co-founder Breck RICE‡- shows how "Saving Private Ryan" can be edited.] The strong opposition to the technology from movie directors noted. [Directors Guild of America president Martha COOLIDGE††- says Movie Mask is censorship.]

Redeker, Bill;
Vargas, Elizabeth

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