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Hi everybody, I have a question related to the film To the Wonder by Terrence Malick. In an interview for the American Cinematographer magazine, director of photography Emmanuel Lubezki says that for “To the Wonder we did some tests and decided on the compromise of going 2.35 but shooting spherical— partly because I really, really love the sharp, clean Master Primes. We also went with spherical because we were shooting in a lot of houses.” Since Lubezki speaks about the 'compromise' of going 2.35 but shooting spherical, my question is: does that mean that they shot super 35 and then cropped the image, therefore loosing some part of the original frame? Thanks!
This movie both looks interesting as a movie and also has really beautiful cinematography. It doesn't suffer from the increasingly tired and over used Alexa look. The light and colour are beautiful and there are interesting shots where they havn't been afraid to go further. The only thing about it that worries me is that the casting seems slightly odd but then I know far too little about the movie to really make a judgment on that. Certainly the acting seems okay in the trailer. I've been having a hard time finding anything I want to see in the way of movies for much of the last year but I'm actually quite excited by this movie. I've not really seen anything else by Terrence Malick yet but I think I bought a couple of DVD's of his movies for 50p each. I just havn't had a chance to see them yet as my solar panels stopped working a while back on account of them moving the sun for the winter. (very annoying) Please check out the trailer below: https://www.youtube.com/embed/bC-3rnv_b3o?autoplay=1&rel=0
Hey Guys, I have been recently hired to shoot a short feature and have been asked for my preference in lens selection. The director wants to shoot on Arri/Zeiss Master Primes (T1.3) on a Sony F5 camera system. Would you have any recommendations on focal lengths? In regard to the production, there will be mostly interiors with a few exterior moments, the story is very personal among the few characters involved, and the director is using Emmanel Lubezki as a primary visual influence. I was personally thinking of just a 35, 50 and 85mm set... Thanks! Sam