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How Alfred Hitchcock Blocks A Scene

by Evan Puschak

How They Made the Emergency Docking Scene in ‘Interstellar’   There is no greater showcase of  “Interstellar’s” VFX and sonic excellence than in the “emergency docking” scene. The Oscar-nominated VFX involves both full CG and practical, as well as a combination of the two, while the Oscar-contending sound editing and mixing immerse us in the action in a most visceral way…   http://blogs.indiewire.com/thompsononhollywood/how-they-made-the-emergency-docking-scene-in-interstellar-exclusive-clip-20150204

How They Made the Emergency Docking Scene in ‘Interstellar’

There is no greater showcase of “Interstellar’s” VFX and sonic excellence than in the “emergency docking” scene. The Oscar-nominated VFX involves both full CG and practical, as well as a combination of the two, while the Oscar-contending sound editing and mixing immerse us in the action in a most visceral way…

http://blogs.indiewire.com/thompsononhollywood/how-they-made-the-emergency-docking-scene-in-interstellar-exclusive-clip-20150204

 Art of The Scene - Alien chestburster

A newborn Xenomorph bursting violently from John Hurt’s chest is one of the most iconic, and important, scenes in science fiction or horror movie history.  Ridley Scott’s Alien is still one of the most terrifying horror films and interesting science fiction films in American Cinema history. From the humanizing, lived-in environment of the Nostromo ship, to the genius creature design, to the genuine surprise on the faces of the cast when the Alien chestburster bursted out…