The massive red carpet at the Palazzo del Cinema is ready to welcome star-studded director – Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson and Josh Brolin – to this new adaptation of the classic science fiction literature by Frank Herbert.
The big premieres at the Venice Film Festival, firstshooting In 2011, and then in 2016, in Access (Access), will allow Denis Villeneuve to conquer the world.
As the saying goes, no two without three. Bécancour director wants to repeat the same scenario for his movie Dune.
Finally, the movie will appear on the big screen and be celebrated in a cinematic context! We have been waiting for this movie for a year. I am very happy to be here in Venice. This festival brought me luck in the pastHe told us in the days after his arrival at Lido in Venice where the event is taking place.
Partially critical drop
The Venice International Film Festival is the oldest film festival in the world and one of the most famous. Journalists from all over the world will attend the various press presentations of Dune And at the big press conference.
future of Dune It was played in part during the Mostra, when the first reviews of the film will be written in Venice. After that, the Canadian public will be able to form their own opinion from October 22nd.
If all goes well, there will be a sequel to the movie, because I just did half a movie, sort of. It’s all a bit surreal to me.
Electric switch Dune It was a childhood dream of Denis Villeneuve. After four years of work, he says he is happy and satisfied with the result.
Honestly, it’s not uncommon for me to say that. I’m usually tough on what I do, but it’s a movie I’m proud of because I’ve been able to put images on screen that have haunted me for decades., he explains.
Going to please this teen who dreamed so badly while reading the novel was one of the hardest jobs. There are images in this movie that move me a lot.
References to the classics
In addition to honoring the director’s novel by Frank Herbert code runner 2049In 2017, he wanted to pay tribute to all those classic cinematic movies that have always inspired him.
I saw this movie as a celebration on the big screen. For the first time in my life, I allowed myself to put up cues here and there to enjoy great films that influenced me. It’s discreet, but some references aren’t confidential at allLaughs.
Approximately 4,000 people participated in the making of the film. This is more than the population of the original village of the director.
It’s a great team, it was a bit pharaonic project, Confirms.
But at the end of the day, they’re still actors in front of the camera. my job is [me concentrer] On privacy with the camera. When I shoot, I forget everything else. I have the ability to [me concentrer], to be a little bit autistic compared to my surroundings.
We cross our fingers
turn Dune It cost nearly $200 million. In Venice, an entire marketing team ensures that the media machine is racing to stimulate interest in the film.
Emotional filmmaker Denis Villeneuve speaks first from the heart, but shows abandon when it comes to releasing Dune.
We keep our fingers crossed to make sure the show runs smoothly and that the audience receives the movie as we designed it. After that, I had no more control and let the movie go.
Communication work Tania Lapointe
On the red carpet, you’ll see Denis Villeneuve with Tania Lapointe. Former Radio Canada Journalist and Documentary Film Director Laforton on paper He is an executive co-producer of Dune.
My role was very much in staff management and communication. With a team of thousands of people, the vision must be communicated to everyone on the team. I also supervised the team filming stunts, she explained to us in an interview.
For her as well as for Denis Villeneuve, this first event in Venice is a victory.
We have been dedicated to this project for four years. In the cinema, we don’t always work under conditions luster. The red carpet is a spark and a great reward especially after all that waiting.
From her point of view, Dune It will show the great machine that is this movie.
At one point Stephen Henderson, who plays Thofer Hawat, got into the sets and said, “I feel like I’m stepping into a pyramid.” It is somewhat similar to that, DuneWe are surplus.
ICI RDI will broadcast a 30-minute special on Denis Villeneuve and the film on Saturday at 12:30pm. Dune. The show will be repeated on Sunday at 4:30 pm.
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