The Cinema Show

How to dress a film

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13 December 2017

Episode 106

30 minutes


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From sets and scenery to costume creation, we sit down with some of today’s leading voices for a lesson in crafting films’ visual identity. Sean Baker, director of ‘The Florida Project’, takes us inside the setting of his standout film, we step inside the workshop of Viennese costume designer Monika Buttinger and film critic Tim Grierson explores the architecture of Woody Allen’s 1979 film ‘Manhattan’.

13 December 2017

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Chapter 1

Sean Baker

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The director and Bill Leuty discuss the role of the setting as seen in ‘The Florida Project’.

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Architecture in ‘Manhattan’

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Critic Tim Grierson explains the role of architecture in Woody Allen’s classic 1979 film.

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Chapter 3

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Creating costumes

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Sought-after Viennese designer Monika Buttinger takes Alexei Korolyov inside her workshop.

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