Last edited by Denizhan Nacar; 07-29-2012 at 09:35 AM.
I love his work... Good for him!
Uzak being my favorite. That opening scene of the cousin walking through the snow for 10 minutes is amazing... also the sunken ships... i saw them last time i was in Istanbul several years ago. They are so cool. Jealous he got to use them as a backdrop first.... haha.
Ehy Denizhan, I'm a great admirer of Nuri Bilge Ceylan's films. Was "Once Apon a Time in Anatolia" shot on the RedOne MX? Thanks. Bob
Denizhan, did you work on it? or other Ceylan movies? I would have so many questions! You can't imagine what an inspiration NBC was for me.
Denizhan, are you sure the movie was shot on Red MX ? It looks shot with a Sony to me...
Denizhan, this still isn't from Three Monkeys. It's from One upon a time in Anatolia, according to the director's website www.nuribilgeceylan.com
I saw this film at the New Zealand film festival. It is slow, but gorgeous to watch, and I felt explored a reality based side of a crime, time and place amazingly while still being cinematic. Worth seeing, whatever it was shot on.
For those interested in the camera stuff for Once upon a time in Anatolia, after some check it has been shot with a F35 in HDCAM. See IMDB :
Film length (metres)
Film negative format (mm/video inches)
2.35 : 1
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