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#1 Jonathan Bowerbank

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Posted 07 June 2007 - 01:46 AM

Hey everyone,

For the film that I'm starting this weekend, the director is asking for a look similar to "Mulholland Dr."

I have a pretty good idea of what I'm going to do, heavily diffused, low-key lighting. But I wanted to just do a bit of research to find out what Peter Deming did on the film to achieve the look.

The ASC website doesn't have ANY archives for 2001, which is very strange, so I'm reaching out to anybody who might still have theirs. It would have been from a late 2001 issue.

I'll probably get on down to the library tomorrow afternoon and search the archives.
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Posted 08 June 2007 - 04:02 PM

OK, nevermind.

I searched the library's catalog, and nothing. However, I found an article on "Lost Highway" and "From Hell", which will give me some idea of what he did for Mulholland Dr.

Just wish I'd built a couple china balls in time for this shoot, it would really help for some night scenes...ahh well, I'll make due :)
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Posted 09 June 2007 - 05:26 AM

OK, nevermind.

I searched the library's catalog, and nothing. However, I found an article on "Lost Highway" and "From Hell", which will give me some idea of what he did for Mulholland Dr.

Just wish I'd built a couple china balls in time for this shoot, it would really help for some night scenes...ahh well, I'll make due :)


Thought this might be intresting but again it's not Mullholland drive, and Mullholland drive has a much lighter look to it but it depends on which part of the film you are talking about, anyway:

http://www.geocities...ntlhdeming.html

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