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Mangold
Writer / Director: Heavy, Cop Land, Girl Interrupted, Kate & Leopold, Identity, Walk The Line, 3:10 To Yuma, Knight & Day, The Wolverine, Logan & Ford v Ferrari
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Mangold Feb 22
Replying to @Adnan0872
Thanks!!
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Mangold Feb 22
Thanks! My part was producing and directing it..
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Mangold Feb 22
Replying to @jaketapper
Hey Jake. I’m a parent, a fan of yours and i produced the film. I think you are gonna be fine.
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Science girl Feb 20
During his “play time” this octopus in London’s Sea life Aquarium waved back to the keeper.
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Silent Movie GIFs Feb 22
Buster Keaton in The General (1927)
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Mangold Feb 20
Replying to @manuelmamud
My pleasure. To be honest, the thanks is truly from my end. I cannot tell you how much effort my team and I spend on the staging / shot sequences... When someone notices our work, the less obvious things, the constructions underneath narrative, it is a great reward.
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Replying to @cvasss92 @manuelmamud
Hi, the unroll you asked for: Thread by : A partir de una apariencia simple y de estructura clásica, James Mangold filmó una de las… . Share this if you think it's interesting. 🤖
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Mangold Feb 20
Deep, thoughtful and poetic analysis of our work. Thank you, Manuel...
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Mangold Feb 19
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Mangold Feb 18
More good ones from G, I.
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Mangold Feb 17
Replying to @S_Costa
What is the better story? Make that one. Which says something unique? Which has a chance of moving people? Make that one. In the end people are less impressed by a display of technique than a basic ability to make them laugh, cry, get scared or turned on.
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Mangold Feb 17
Replying to @NaraayanKannan
I love it.
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Mangold Feb 17
Replying to @bethshax
Thanks Beth. I try to use a single prime lens (maybe two) for a whole show. I think we shot 90% of that film w/ a close focus 27mm. I think folks sometimes change lenses too often (out of convenience) w/o recognizing how it changes the feel of the film.
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Mangold Feb 17
Replying to @NaraayanKannan
Different movie! But I love it of course!
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Mangold Feb 17
Replying to @mang0ld
2/ The camera was jammed up against the wall (I think we might have even smashed in the plaster) to get every extra inch and degree of view we could muster.
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Mangold Feb 17
Replying to @mang0ld
1/ A little bit of trivia. We actually scouted all over Harrisburg, PA for the house that allowed us to shoot that high wide stairway angle that could hold the bathroom where Daisy hung herself, the hall, stairway and exit w/o resorting to a fisheye.
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Mangold Feb 17
Another good one! Shit. I might be willing to expand my favorites to 10!
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Mangold Feb 17
Good question. Not sure. But I know Le Mans trusted us and cooperated whereas the car companies had more anxiety we would not make a flattering film. That's why I find it so funny when people dis my movie as a commercial when the companies involved were scared of the film.
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Mangold Feb 17
Two of my favorite 5 shots from that film.
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Mangold Feb 17
Replying to @mccrabb_will
No matter how well known, u can't use trademarks ("Ford" or Ferrari") w/o permission of the trademark owner in territories like UK.
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