Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace (1999). Model maker Michael Lynch created a mock crowd by cutting and painting 450,000 cotton swabs. To make it seem like the crowd was cheering, the filmmakers placed fans underneath the setup.
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Tye Sheridan Launches AI-Based Production Tools Startup, Wonder Dynamics β€” which he claims will let indie filmmakers deliver blockbuster-level VFX on a fraction of the budget variety.com/2020/digital/…
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The bees that play a key role in Candyman are indeed real. So that they looked appropriately terrifying, but were less dangerous to the cast and crew, the filmmakers used newborn bees - they were just 12 hours old - so that they looked fully grown, but had less powerful stingers.
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YouTube content creator and filmmaker Chris Stuckmann on growing up as a Jehovah's Witness and eventually leaving the faith. youtu.be/tpMjgarN7VQ
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In Elf (2003) the Gimbel’s manager has a β€œWanda” name tag. The filmmakers hired Wanda Sykes for the role but she dropped out at the last minute. When Faizon Love came on for his scenes he chose to wear Wanda’s nametag.
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Filmmaker/YouTube Film Critic Chris Stuckmann - How I Left the Jehovah's Witnesses to Pursue Filmmaking youtu.be/tpMjgarN7VQ
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[Sleeper AMA Series] I’m Baron Davis, entrepreneur, investor, filmmaker, and played a little basketball in my time. AMA!

Hello from the Sleeper team! We’re kicking off our new Sleeper AMA Series with 2-time NBA All-Star Baron Davis. He'll be answering your questions today at around 5:00 PM PACIFIC / 8:00 PM EASTERN.

We're fielding questions in advance by posting this early so ask away!

We’re also excited to announce that Baron will be hosting a celebrity + fan fantasy basketball league on Sleeper using Sleeper’s new Game Pick format.

(For more on why we chose to go with this new format, and our thoughts around why fantasy basketball never shared the same success as fantasy football, see our latest blog post.)

And a few lucky fans will be selected to join Baron’s league! Just send us a DM of your Sleeper username, and we’ll be picking from everyone who reaches out. The winner of the league will receive signed memorabilia from Boom Dizzle himself!

Verification: https://imgur.com/a/lkA2YFL

To stay up to date on upcoming AMAs: /u/Sleeper_Official

For those unfamiliar, Sleeper’s the fastest growing fantasy sports app (football, basketball, e-sports) in the market today. There’s a reason why Baron hosts all his leagues with us. It’s worth checking us out.

Edit 1: Baron's running a little late, we're planning on starting at 5:30 PM PST / 8:30 PM EST. Thanks for your patience!

Edit 2: Baron is coming from an appointment, we're hoping to get started around 6:30 PM PST / 9:30 PM EST. Hang tight!

Edit 3: Hey Everyone, Baron here. Sorry I'm a little late, lets get this cracking.

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I have a lot of respect for Martin Scorsese as a filmmaker, but I have to disagree. If you share an emotional journey with characters it most definitely is cinema.
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"Adult Filmmakers (Mia Malkova) buy Portlands famous Blackberry Castle for $4 million." @Oregonian on twitter.
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The Sweatbox (2002) A banned Disney documentary on the turbulent bureaucracy both Sting and the filmmakers went through in order to complete The Emperor's New Groove [01:32:25] youtube.com/watch?v=B4YzA…
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[Mad Max: Fury Road] The filmmakers have confirmed that the majority of the film takes place on a dried ocean floor. There is also vast amounts of water underground. With only mentions of nuclear war and "water wars", where did all the surface water go and what could cause this?

Since water doesn't just disappear, where has it gone?

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Christopher Nolan calls the WB/HBO Max release plan β€œvery, very, very, very messy” and a β€œreal bait & switch.” - β€œIt’s sort of not how you treat filmmakers...They deserved to be consulted & spoken to about what was going to happen to their work.” etonline.com/christopher-…
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Which crictically acclaimed filmmakers catalouge do you not enjoy?

I’m writing this after recently watching both Jordan Peele’s β€œGet Out” and β€œUs”.

I’d watched Get out when it was in cinemas and left thinking it was a decent film at best with an interesting concept, however the general consensus was it was a masterpiece of the horror genre.

Recently I decided to give it another go to see if maybe I had got it wrong, but was left with exact same sense of disappointment.

Now after watching β€œUs”, which I found to be even less entertaining and thought provoking, it got me thinking, who are the critically acclaimed filmmakers you just don’t get the hype about?

TLDR; I don’t get the hype around Jordan Peele’s films, what renowned directors do you feel this way about?

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This is what I send filmmakers who want me to score their films for free youtu.be/6Am83W6lT80
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Our "Movie For $20" Series got picked up by Cracked. Thanks r/Filmmakers for supporting a couple of dudes with shitty DSLRS along the way! Here's our most recent collab.

My friends and I all got together once a year after college to make these videos for shits and gigs, never really expecting it to go anywhere, but earlier this year, we got a call from a producer at Cracked looking to make them a more regular thing on their channel.

Naturally, we dropped what we were doing at the time to make it happen - we sort of grew up with Cracked, or at least some of the older variations of it.

Anyways, we went with Tenet and Dune for our first two videos since sci-fi and Nolan usually play pretty well on the internet, and we were personally stoked about them. This was pre-Dune being pushed back to 2021. Check them out and let me know what you think and what you'd like to see next! Videos are link in the comment below.

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In Airplane (1980), Stayin’ Alive is sped up by ten percent in the dance scene. The filmmakers had to get special permission from the Bee Gees to speed up the song. youtube.com/watch?v=5WXVa…
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If filmmakers are going to make SK films, would you rather them be completely realistic?

Now before the very obvious β€œyes”, let me explain what I mean.

I just got done watching β€œThe Golden Glove”, which tells the story of Fritz Honka. It was fantastic, but COMPLETELY raw. The film gives you shot for shot remakes of the crimes. The rapes, murders, rotting corpses, maggots, this film was absolutely uncompromising. Now, many say this is completely disrespectful to victims, but you also have to look at other serial killer depictions. Other films show serial killers in a much more β€œHollywood” way, they almost always shy away from the real grimy stuff, but doesn’t that let them off the hook?

Other films that show REALISTIC depictions of serial killers are Angst, Schramm, and Ted Bundy (2002). Compare the portrayal of Bundy in that film, to the Zac Efron movie. One shows him for what he truly was like in his β€œprivate moments” (even then, it held back compared to the other films I posted), while the other gave him a complete Hollywood portrayal.

Serial killer films will continue to be made, so would you rather see the killers for who they are, or the sanitized versions?

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πŸ„ How to Heal Your Mind: A new Youtube channel, a new guide, and a new community coming 2021. A team of biochemists, filmmakers and therapists have come together to spread this information, but we need your help. See the comments for details, and happy 1 year anniversary, /r/UncleBens! πŸ„ v.redd.it/bbf1upg2od661
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Trans lady filmmaker. 18 months HRT, 31 years old, and ready for a new year!
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I’m Tom Shone and I’m the author of THE NOLAN VARIATIONS β€” a book I wrote in collaboration with filmmaker Christopher Nolan β€” ask me anything!

I first met Christopher Nolan in 2000 on the eve of Memento’s release. Since then, his rise has been meteoric, with blockbusters like The Dark Knight, Inception and Dunkirk establishing him as the most successful filmmaker to come out of the British Isles since Alfred Hitchcock. Over the years I’ve asked him many times to collaborate on a book and in 2016 he finally relented. Over the next four years, he sat down for dozens of hours of interviews in which we talked about everything β€” his inspirations, his influences, his methods, his obsessions β€” during the time it took him to write, shoot and edit his latest film, Tenet. If you've already read the book, I'd love to hear from you, or if you’re just curious about Nolan and his work, please ask away! I will answer as many questions as I can, but I will answer book questions first.

Learn more about the book here

And you can watch a trailer for the book here: https://youtu.be/xp3zrCFkSJA

Proof: https://i.redd.it/l6hteevitf261.jpg

https://www.amazon.com/Nolan-Variations-Mysteries-Marvels-

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I am a Los Angeles based documentary filmmaker building a chronological timeline filled with every single video/photo that was filmed by those involved in the attempted coup at the Capitol.

I have been collecting this footage as I find it and laying it out in order by time code. In the end I want to have every single piece of media filmed from that entire day from the rally onwards laid out in the order it happened. Creating an entire picture of these events, filmed by those responsible. The footage is slipping away and I am being told there are thousands of videos. Please help before it’s too late. This day must be preserved! Thank you.

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Why dont more filmmakers make trilogies the way peter jackson did the lotr trilogy

I believe that the idea to film the lotr trilogy as a single movie then cut it into 3 was brilliant and seeing the most recent star wars trilogy being incoherent and clearly being made up as they went along, i wonder why dont more do it like jackson did since it made a shit ton of money? Also, i get that some trilogies arent a single story like star wars and lord of the rings. Im talking about that sort of trilogies.

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TW: Police Brutality Filmmaker Brittany Chrishawn Williams Beaten for asking police to leave her driveway who were just there "answering emails". More info in comments. v.redd.it/d38t2deq4c661
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John Carpenter is easily one of my favourite filmmakers, I can’t wait to dive into this.
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4 Film directors and 4 youtube filmmakers hash out the idea "filmmaking is not art" youtu.be/oprkA8uEvRQ?t=57
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Source Filmmaker working as intended v.redd.it/cb1got6cma961
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The El Duce Tapes (2020) TRAILER "In the early 90s, aspiring filmmaker Ryan Sexton lugged a giant camcorder into some of the seediest clubs and filthiest apartments in Hollywood. There he filmed hour upon hour of VHS footage of the jaw-droppingly offensive Shock Rock band The Mentors." [00:01:49] youtube.com/watch?v=3IdGh…
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First Poster for Psychological-Thriller 'Black Bear' - Starring Aubrey Plaza & Christopher Abbott - A female filmmaker at a creative impasse seeks solace from her tumultuous past at rural retreat, only to find that the woods summon her inner demons in intense and surprising ways.
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"My biggest regret as a filmmaker is that people walk away from my films thinking I condemn a life of crime. In reality, being a violent criminal who murders for a living is awesome and the ideal way to live." - Martin Scorsese
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Actor Oscar Isaac was cast in the sequel trilogy because the filmmakers believed that was the only way to get an Oscar associated with the movies
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Has any filmmaker ever called their shot like Rian did?

After the conclusion of the second season of the Mandalorian Star Wars is starting to feel like Star Wars again. It got me thinking of the early days of the Disney Star Wars era. Post TFA and post Rogue One, not everyone was happy but we were getting Star Wars again on the big screen and Luke was about to make his return to a galaxy in need. The set up was there. Then the Last Jedi.

Rian somehow maneuvered his way into the Directors chair of the followup to a 2.066 billion USD earner and the return of Luke Skywalker. Which brings me to this interview from the behind the scenes of Brick. I'm sure many of you are familiar with this interview where Rian calls his shot in spectacular fashion.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XpqgYSUL38M

The Last Jedi premiered and reports of the fall out behind the scenes were being reported on fairly quickly. Solo tanking and merch sales which were strong for TFA were weak. Kiri Hart Co-producer of TLJ and storygroup head silently leaves/is removed from Lucasfilm and is hired by Rian for his production company. The Rise of Skywalker retcons many of the concepts introduced in TLJ and outright ignores others. Rian's previously announced trilogy is nowhere to be found and finally we are here at the end of the Mandalorian season two. Disney is building out the post Return of the Jedi timeline and Luke is bound to show up again.

In the end it seems Rian really did make the film he wanted and received the reaction he desired. It's still just crazy to me that he actually got into the position to do it at a company which needs to make a profit.

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John Carpenter, Apocalyptic Filmmaker β€” John Carpenter’s movies provide visions of societies falling apart. No wonder his work is resonating now more than ever. jacobinmag.com/2020/11/jo…
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The title Hereditary (2018) is a subtle act of foreshadowing in and of itself which alludes to the point in the movie when the little girl is decapitated. Her-Head-it-tear-y right off when it hits the telephone pole. Props to the filmmakers on this one.
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What daily habits would you suggest for a filmmaker?

I'm a freelance filmmaker, and I want to know if someone has interesting daily habits they would recommend. I don't shoot much these days, due to Covid, and I am looking for ways to stay sharp.

Right now my daily filmmaking habits are:

-Writing a few hours every day

-Editing old footage into short videos, for family and friends

-Reading filmmaking books

-Listening to filmmaking podcast when walking my dog.

-3D animation with Blender.

Would anyone care to add something to this humble list?

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Korean filmmaker Kim Ki-duk dies from Covid-19 complications

Award-winning Korean filmmaker Kim Ki-duk died from Covid-19 complications in Latvia, the country's media have reported.

The 59-year-old film director was reportedly looking to buy property in the Baltic country in order to get a residency permit. His death was confirmed to Delfi.lv by ArtDocFest/Riga director Vitaly Mansky.

According to the Latvian media, Kim Ki-duk came to Latvia on November 20 in order to buy a house in Jurmala, the country's seaside resort near Riga. His colleagues raised concern when he didn't show up for scheduled meetings and began looking for him in hospitals.

The search was complicated by privacy protection laws, according to Delfi.lv.

The Korean filmmaker reportedly passed away from Covid-19 complications at a hospital at 1:20 past midnight on Friday.

One of the best-known East Asian filmmakers, Kim Ki-duk has been awarded Golden Lion at 69th Venice International Film Festival for PietΓ , Silver Lion for Best Director at 61st Venice International Film Festival for 3-Iron, Silver bear for Best Director at 54th Berlin International Film Festival for Samaria and Un Certain Regard prize at 2011 Cannes Film Festival for Arirang.

https://www.lrt.lt/en/news-in-english/19/1296253/korean-filmmaker-kim-ki-duk-dies-from-covid-19-complications-in-latvia

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Does anybody else think that Eyes Wide Shut would be a great addition to The Collection? It is, after all, one of the great filmmaker's last films; it would be interesting to perhaps have some never-before seen footage during the making of the film, or just more about the film in general.
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Filmmaker and Director Ali Abbas Zafar got married
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The wildlife filmmaker Russell MacLaughlin does a close encounter with this crocodile and keeping it well in frame v.redd.it/j32329jak7w51
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