• “Nothing Is Harder To Shoot Than a Dinner Party” | Ira Sachs, Passages

    8 days ago - By Filmmaker Magazine

    Every production faces unexpected obstructions that require creative solutions and conceptual rethinking. What was an unforeseen obstacle, crisis, or simply unpredictable event you had to respond to, and how did this event impact or cause you to rethink your film? For weeks before production, the film's cinematographer Josée Deshaies and I begin a long process of creating a storyboard for the film. At some point, after we've established our own rhythm, we invite an illustrator-in this case, our production manager Marianne Germain's brother Gabriel-to join us to translate our conversations...
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