I have become a little tired of the efforts for "high production value" in recent years. It seems like many film making teams see this as meaning "special effects" more than anything else. The number of movies that are just high quality works with good actors and a strong plot and few extra, unneeded frills seems to have greatly decreased in the last couple of decades.
Post 1 The real art in film making is getting a finished work to look like it has a high production value on less money. This is actually easier to achieve than people might think, because a large amount of the movie production budgets in many projects err greatly on the side of excess. Often, too, the post-production publicizing has the greatest effect. Post your comments Post Anonymously Please enter the code:
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The effects of nitrogen source and initial glucose concentration were studied in submerged fermentation of higher fungus Ganoderma lucidum for simultaneous production of bioactive ganoderic acid and polysaccharide. The cells could not grow well when either yeast extract or peptone was used as the sole nitrogen source. However, a combined addition of 5 g/l of yeast extract and 5 g/l of peptone was optimal for the cell growth and metabolite production. Initial glucose concentration within 20–65 g/l also greatly affected the cell growth and product biosynthesis. The extracellular polysaccharide production was remarkably improved at a high initial glucose concentration. The highest levels of cell density ( g DW/l), intracellular polysaccharide ( g/l) and ganoderic acid ( mg/l) were obtained at an initial glucose concentration of 50 g/l.