Tag Archives: Challenging
As a deep dive into Mexican culture and the traditions of Day of the Dead, Coco is a genuinely authentic film, and it’s unlike anything that we have ever seen from Pixar before. In fact, I sat down with Coco composer Michael Giacchino during a visit to Pixar Animation Studios in August, and he admitted that authenticity was one of ...Read More »
Lucasfilm has made a lot of effort to use practical effects in the new Star Wars trilogy when it can, but no modern blockbuster set in the middle of space can go without using come CGI. The days of models dangling on strings are long past, and technology has advanced enough to produce truly eye-popping effects. However, that doesn’t make ...Read More »
When I find myself trying to keep up with screens full of code and a voiceover explaining some corporate espionage involving paper backups—”I had to look for a stop gap, in this case eShipping, their shipping management console … I’m sending shipping requests to the actual facilities but in the manifest making it look like all the paper is still ...Read More »
SAN SEBASTIAN — “If I try to analyze my films, they are usually about characters who are outsiders to society in some sense,” says Irani-born, Sweden-bred and Denmark-based Milad Alami, whose “Charmer,” world premieres at San Sebastian as the opening night film of New Directors, its main sidebar. “Charmer” fits the bill to a tee. Alami’s first feature, it turns ...Read More »
EXCLUSIVE: 'Outlander' Star César Domboy Reveals the Most Challenging Part of Playing Fergus in Season 3!
Domboy dished that he meticulously studied Romann Berrux‘s portrayal of younger Fegus in season two and he purposely adopted some key on-screen mannerisms. “Do you remember how [young Fergus was] always leaving his hands all over [the place], like a pickpocket? Trying to feel the shapes of everything around him or maybe trying to find a spot to steal something? That’s something ...Read More »
Part of what makes each of Netflix’s Marvel shows so fascinating is how distinctly stylized they each are. Daredevil is typically much darker with hues of red, Jessica Jones has a blue tint, and Luke Cage’s solo adventure is full of yellows and a fantastic soundtrack. So Marco Ramirez and company had to attempt to stay true to these four ...Read More »