There’s been an awesome lot of articles on the topic of the Oscar-winning film Gravity. Some of them discussed filming techniques, others focused on the audio, and still others raised questions whether it’s still cinematography if most of the film is CGI. And now, yet another video on Gravity appears, but this time it’s been posted by The Foundry.
It features Tim Webber (VFX Supervisor) and members of his team discussing their work on the movie:
The team talk about the challenges that the CG-heavy film presented and discuss the unique blend of cinematography and post-production. Find out how NUKE was used and became a fundamental part of creating the realistic look of the film.
Apart from advertising NUKE, the featuring VFX artists grant a lot of credit for Gravity’s success to Cuaron’s vision, and his persistence to reach it. There was the money, professionals and gear but without a visionary like the director, the movie might not have turned so well. It’s a simple, yet important lesson.