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The way I would want to do it would be almost beyond 2001 in terms of authenticity-no just with no sound in space, but almost looking like the 16mm footage that the Apollo astronauts shot
From an interview in the book "Conversation with James Gray".
Very very promising I said.

no one bump this thread till theres a trailer plz thx

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Is that a good or bad thing?

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Pioneerr wrote:
June 20th, 2018, 5:06 pm
Is that a good or bad thing?
Good. Most likely limited in Dec to qualify for oscars but will go wide in Jan. Probably was the plan all along tbh.


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Nice nice, I bet Van Hoytema's work will be a sight to behold once more.

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When can we expect a trailer?
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If Hoyte does a good job on this movie, I really hope he wins his Oscar. No Lubezki or Deakins to take it from him this year. Sandgren is probably gonna be a strong contender, but after Dunkirk Hoyte is definitely overdue.

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Sanchez wrote:
June 20th, 2018, 7:11 pm
If Hoyte does a good job on this movie, I really hope he wins his Oscar. No Lubezki or Deakins to take it from him this year. Sandgren is probably gonna be a strong contender, but after Dunkirk Hoyte is definitely overdue.
Pfft

He's not even as due as Gray's previous DoP

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