Untitled Film Blog

Despite your feelings regarding Martin Scorsese's Hugo, this little nugget of behind-the-scenes footage is a particular gem. For those who’ve seen the film, you’ll remember this as the steadicam one-take at the conclusion of the film. Props to Steadicam operator Larry McConkey for attaching the GoPro camera atop during the sequence.

Watching the actors hit their marks, furniture getting moved, and sets getting pulled out during the sequence is more than interesting, whether you’re a master filmmaker or a passing fan of film.

Werner Herzog on the set of his latest work Death Row: A Documentary Series In Four Parts.
Essentially, this is what it’s like to be directed by Herzog. If you’re the subject, this is what you’re dealing with.

Werner Herzog on the set of his latest work Death Row: A Documentary Series In Four Parts.

Essentially, this is what it’s like to be directed by Herzog. If you’re the subject, this is what you’re dealing with.

Magnolia Diary Part 1

(by theoctopuswasright)

That Moment: Magnolia Diaries is one of the best behind the scenes/making of documentaries. Much like Vivian Kubrick’s The Making of “The Shinning" provides an extremely detailed examination of a master filmmaker’s process.