Finally, what we needed to understand here is that we also have to see the trailer in reverse (from 2.50 to 0.00) in order to understand the story that Christopher Nolan wanted to convey.
This morning Christopher Nolan’s upcoming movie “TENET” second trailer dropped on YouTube.
Pataal Lok – The story is about a policeman. The name is Hathiram Chaudhary (Jaideep Ahlawat). Posting is at Outer Jamunapar Police Station, Delhi. According to Hathiram’s Whatsapp University, there are three worlds in the world. Swarga Lok – Where Elders Live. Dharti Lok- where he lives. Patal Lok – Where his posting is. There is a bridge in the area of Hathiram.
John Alcott, the great cinematographer who worked with Stanley Kubrick for some time, speaks at length about Kubrick and his additional work on 2001: A Space Odyssey, for which he took over as lighting cameraman from Geoffrey Unsworth in mid-shoot, A Clockwork Orange, Barry Lyndon, the film for which he won his Oscar, and The Shining.
The film’s cinematography has been described as ground-breaking. Especially notable are the long double shots, usually ended with a slow backwards zoom, the scenes shot entirely in candlelight, and the settings based on William Hogarth paintings. The exteriors were filmed on location in Ireland, England and West Germany, with the interiors shot mainly in London.
American streaming service, Amazon Prime Video, will premier seven Indian movies from various languages on its platform as film theaters stay shut indefinitely as a result of lock-down.
One of the best elements of Madha movie is its cinematography by Abhiraj Nair. The cinematography has brought a new aura to the movie and helped the vision that director wanted to convey.
After the first trailer for the film dropped, many people had speculated that the film would involve some sort of time travel narrative.
Film making is a long process as it involves 24 crafts (now a days more), it always take huge crunch of your time unless you are from a film school or from filmy background families. But whenever you see some of the great works by some major directors, who made their first feature film surprisingly in their 30s or 40s, and most create their masterpiece in the second half of their lives.
Tom Cruise will shoot for a film aboard International S[ace Station, NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine confirmed, “This would be the first feature film to be shot in space