Charles S. Swartz

Charles Samuel Swartz (22 April 1939 - 10 February 2007) was an American filmmaker, researcher and academic. He was raised in Dallas, earned a degree from Yale University and did graduate work at the University of Southern California. At USC he met and married another film student, Stephanie Rothman. He and Rothman worked together on a number of films for Roger Corman and were involved in the establishment of Dimension Pictures. Swartz later became an important figure in the development of digital cinema, writing the text book Understanding Digital Cinema: A Professional Handbook (2004) and working at the research centre of the University of Southern California Entertainment Technology Centre from 2003-2007. He died of pneumonia following a battle with brain cancer.

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