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Personal Quote: [on superhero movies] For me superheroes represent that vision of humans as flawless and certain, and all those things that are a delusional projection of how human beings should be.
It's almost fascist-there's something very scary about that, the vanity. And I realized that, at 50 years old, our life, everybody's lives, is a continuous Steadicam shot.
From the time we open our eyes in the morning, we are navigating our lives without editing. Only when there's urgency are we in hand held mode.
Editing time and space comes only when we talk about our life, or the way we remember our life. I wanted to slowly put myself in the continuous experience of somebody else without escaping.
I think there's a time when things that used to satisfy you or you thought were important, you realize are not important.
Time is running out, the party lights are blinking, there is no more ice in the bucket. And you begin to realize the party will finish very soon in some way or the other.
It is an artist's obsession to transcend time, right? I know, on a personal level, that all our self-important conceptions of ourselves-that our art will transcend time-is a childish illusion.
Our participation in reality is just a little flash that means nothing to the cosmic reality of time. I have tried to explore different realities in different social classes At the bottom line , we are human beings, and it doesn't matter where you are or which god you believe in or which country you live in.
As filmmakers, sometimes you are god, and sometimes you are a creature of the thing. In a way you have to be humble to hear what's going on and see the transformation I'm not investing in visual effects, but emotional effects, and I think actors understand the emotions better when it's chronological.
No scene was added, everything was written, but we were just trying to accomplish what we had from the beginning.
My duty [as a filmmaker] is to make probable the improbable. If I tell you how I did it, I will ruin your experience. My theory is that life is a relentless number of losses that we suffer.
From when we're born to when we die, we are losing. We are losing our innocence. We start losing our hair, our teeth, our health, and then we lose our life.
For me, it's about how you deal with that, how you transform pain. Because I think pain should not be enjoyed, but pain is something you can transform.
It's a way to remain connected with things. This is how nature works. The flower grows and blooms, then dries and dies, and is born again.
It's constant part of life. Music helps me, normally, to find the rhythm and the pace of a film. Rhythm is God. I think, without rhythm, you can't create - there is no art.
There is no writing, there is no dancing, there is no music, there is no architecture. The rhythm is the whole thing.
The music really helps me to understand the movie. I had a pretty good idea of the rhythm early on - I felt comfortable in that territory.
And yes, once you find the rhythm of the film, everything gets easier. Everything flows. View agent, publicist, legal and company contact details on IMDbPro.
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He also felt his background writing long scenes of dialogue helped since scenes in the film "were really more like play scenes".
Carver's widow, writer Tess Gallagher , loved the script and permitted the adaptation, saying that Carver would be laughing about the film.
One of these was the sequence in which alter ego Birdman takes complete control over Riggan's thoughts. The writers knew it would occur at Riggan's lowest point, so at one stage planned for it to happen after Riggan hears the initial negative press coverage and destroys his dressing room.
In another discarded version, Riggan tries to drown himself in Central Park and flies out to save himself. The film's ending also changed, the final version being written halfway through filming.
He said the original ending was set in the theatre, instead of the hospital, and involved Depp putting on Riggan Thomson's wig, and in Jack Sparrow's voice, " The project of co-writing was expedited by the collaboration between the four co-writers on the internet working from different geographical locations.
Incorporating the one-shot feature also affected the writing. Bo said: "We wrote everything thinking of this one shot, and a lot of decisions that would mostly be taken in the editing room were taken before shooting".
The one-shot approach meant the scenes could not be removed or re-ordered in post-production, so the writers needed to be "very, very sure about what was on the page".
You have to be an idiot to attempt it. It takes a great, great deal of ignorance to not pay attention to the difficulties and to think you're going to do this.
Birdman looks like a good idea now, but [at the time of production] we did not know how we would land. Keaton, a fan of his work, flew home to find out more.
He first invited Fox Searchlight Pictures to finance the project, but they turned his offer down because they felt his asking budget was too high.
When they joined production, Josh Brolin was set to play the role of Mike Shiner, but the financiers decided to switch him for Norton because of scheduling conflicts.
Norton was a fan of the director's work and impressed with his ability to push outside film-making boundaries. Once he got the script, he read it straight through until am.
Norton said, "I laughed so hard I woke people up. Instead, the director needed to cast someone "who has at least a little bit of authentic depth of experience, in this world".
Riseborough met him on a street corner for a cup of tea, and recalling the event, said, "I told him that I would crawl across hot coals to work with him".
The two decided the only way to learn how to shoot it would be to shoot it themselves, so they hired a warehouse in Sony Studios, Los Angeles, and built a proxy stage.
Canvas and C-stands were used for walls, while tape and a few pieces of furniture marked out areas. James Theatre. Every movement, every line, every door opening, absolutely everything was rehearsed.
He described the atypical approach "like an upside down movie where you do post-production before the production".
I know Alejandro is very adamant about kind of keeping the rabbit in the hat and not being super specific about how it was shot, but I will say it took a lot of rehearsal and it was very specific There was no luxury of cutting away or editing around anything.
You knew that every scene was staying in the movie, and like theater, this was it, this was your chance to live this scene.
Editors Douglas Crise and Stephen Mirrione were involved in the project by this stage. For example, Riggan's makeup mirror and desk were constructed so that the camera would see his reflection.
Once the logistics of the scenes were worked out and they had the timing down, the team headed to Kaufman Studios for more rehearsals, followed by principal photography based exclusively in New York during the spring of James Theatre was used for two weeks; it was the location for the stage scenes.
The night-time scenes were possible to film in this way due to the brightness of New York. Not only did the lighting need to look realistic, but also had to be designed so that the continuous movements of the camera did not project the crew's shadows onto the actors.
Throughout shooting, Arri Alexa cameras were used; an Alexa M was used for handheld sequences, and an Alexa XT was attached to the Steadicam.
Neither used matteboxes , however. Steadicam operator Chris Haarhoff explained this decision: "We didn't want this big black thing gliding into their eyeline.
This way we could get very close and get the light past the lens and onto the actor's face. The crew instead went to an 18mm Leica, which was used for the majority of the film.
Only when emphasis was needed did they switch the lens to a 14mm, but this was rare. Despite all the preparation, a typical shooting day would begin with rehearsals.
These usually lasted most of the morning, after which photography followed. Emma Stone, in an interview with Jimmy Fallon , recalled how a six-minute take of the scene where Riggan first meets Mike was ruined after she walked around a corner too quickly.
The locations sometimes placed restrictions on the takes too; the live Times Square sequence was shot only twice since they did not want to attract the attention of tourists.
Whenever shooting was taking place there was pressure on everyone involved, but the cast had a positive experience. Norton said that normally in movie production half the people can "check out" due to repetitive aspects, but during the shooting of Birdman , "everybody's on, the whole thing, and you're all on pins and needles because you're all relying on forty other people not to drop the ball".
Norton said: "I've never, ever been on a set where every day ended with an enormous, authentic sort of cheer at having made it.
The score is offset by a number of well known classical music pieces, including Mahler and Tchaikovsky. In comedy, rhythm is king, and not having the tools of editing to determine time and space, I knew I needed something to help me find the internal rhythm of the film.
There's no other movie I know that has a score like this. When the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences released their longlist for the Academy Award for Best Original Score in December , Birdman was absent from the list.
Ultimately, they did not overturn their decision. Birdman was edited by Douglas Crise and Stephen Mirrione , who had both worked with the director before on 21 Grams and Babel.
Stitching shots together was, of course, a crucial component of the editing, but Crise and Mirrione already had experience doing this. The director had included takes that were joined together in previous films, but in these if the editors didn't think the stitching worked they had the ability to introduce cuts.
Mirrione was busy and unable to be in New York. The director gave the New York recordings to Crise early on to help with pacing, asking him to cut the music to the film.
Still, in terms of the editing workflow, Crise described it as "pretty traditional". The editors cut the film together back in Los Angeles.
They always talk about how when you're cutting a dance scene, a choreographer wouldn't want any cuts because she's designing something to see the whole movement, and that's what Alejandro was doing here.
The visual effects for the film were created by Montreal studio Rodeo FX. For example, stitching shots together, or creating the background for the windows in the hospital scene.
To accomplish this the studio created a 2. They then rotoscoped out the parts of the mirror not containing the foreground actors and their reflections, and replaced these with the digital environment.
A matte-painting was constructed for the night-day time lapses in the film too, created by matchmoving and reprojecting shots of the buildings it features, captured at different times of the day, together.
Unlike some of the smaller adjustments though, the flying sequence required extensive preparation. Later, on a greenstage in Montreal, using a technique he had developed on Gravity , Lubezki lit Keaton with LED panels featuring high-dynamic-range images of the surrounding New York footage.
The panels then realistically lit Keaton. Khanikian described the effect of the process, saying, "Instead of using standard lighting on greenscreen, [we were getting] the proper red bounce from the red bricks, and the same color of the sky reflected on Michael's head.
It worked so well. Mirrione commented that before the sequence was finished, they "had only imagined what it was going to feel like", but once it was completed, "it took the movie to this ecstatic level that absolutely blew me away".
The production sound his team was given was "surprisingly perfect and clean", so they didn't need to spend much time tidying it.
Obviously, that would not work on Birdman because here, everything is flowing. The digital intermediate was completed by a team at Technicolor led by Steven Scott.
They had previously collaborated with Lubezki on Gravity ,  but needed to approach Birdman differently because of the continuous-shot approach.
According to Scott, "we have never done anything like it before". Oscar za najbolji originalni scenario.
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