Archive for February 16, 2018
A group of activists launched a Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri-inspired protest following the tragic mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, this week. Released in early December, Three Billboards has maintained a high profile film throughout awards season, thanks to writer-director Martin McDonagh’s searing, Oscar-nominated screenplay that takes a hard-hitting yet darkly comedic look at the aftermath of an unsolved murder.
Frances McDormand stars as Mildred, an angry, grieving mother who goes to extreme measures to remind the Ebbing’s police chief (Woody Harrelson) that way too much time has passed since her daughter’s murder and no suspect had been apprehended. Renting three orange-colored billboards just outside of her home town, Mildred’s blunt ...
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In the course of making a Hollywood feature film, there is a lot that gets left on the cutting room floor. Sometimes a director is forced to cut out so much that entire characters or plot lines are removed from the finished product (just ask Prince William and Prince Harry!). In the end, a “Director’s Cut” of a movie and the theatrical release could look like completely different films!
During the preproduction stage of movie making, one of the first things the director and producer have to decide on is the character design.
Typically, near the start of production, rough ideas for character designs are sketched ...
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