THE IPCRESS FILE - 100 amazing Cinematic Shots like photographer you must watch

1/30/2014 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments


In 1965, Sidney J. Furie directed the spy thriller The Ipcress File starring a young Michael Caine. Producer Harry Saltzman used the same core production team he employed on Dr. No (1962), From Russia with Love (1963) and Goldfinger (1964). Editor Peter Hunt, Production Designer Ken Adam and Composer John Barry gave this film a stylized, signature look and sound...one that was the antithesis of James Bond.

Furie and Czechoslovakian cinematographer Otto Heller redefined their visual vocabulary by deciding to shoot as much of the film as possible through obstructions or foreground objects. They did this on 100 separate shots. ( Text and video via vashivisuals.com )


FULL ARTICLE HERE: vashivisuals.com/cinematography-ipcress-file/




0 comments: