Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 4.08.2013 – 5.08.2013

  • Damon Lindelof on Blockbuster Screenwriting – “Once you spend more than $100 million on a movie, you have to save the world,” explains Lindelof.
  • What It Was Like to Make The Canyons with Lindsay Lohan, a Producer’s Tale – The reality I experienced as producer of The Canyons was different than the emphasis of the New York Times article, which isn’t to say that events or facts relayed in the piece were untrue.
  • Alfonso Cuarón, International Man – Returning home allowed Cuarón to concentrate on one of Mexico’s peculiar contributions to cinematic technique, the plano secuencia—a long, traveling master shot, designed with complex camera moves, that effectively prevents the use of close-ups, inserts, and other forms of coverage. Cuarón calls them “one-shot deals,” and they figure heavily in Y Tu Mamá. “A close-up separates a character from its environment,” says Cuarón, “but in this film, character and environment are equally important; one is a product of the other. That’s why I opted to do one-shot deals all the time.”

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