Laurent Vachaud parle de l’œuvre de Brian De Palma avec Jean Veber.
Je penche donc j'essuie. Et de temps z'en ch'temps, j'essuie une perle … et j'essuie modeste en plus !
DANIEL KASMAN: Appropriately enough for this film, if you don't mind I'd like to clear up my confusion as to whether this was shot digitally or not. I initially thought it was when I saw it in Toronto, but I later read that it is in fact shot in 35mm?
KASMAN: It's getting so confusing now; things shot on film are projected digitally, digitally shot movies are projected on film. Your movie, Redacted, was a specifically digital project. Was shooting on 35mm something you wanted for Passion from the start? [...]
KASMAN: How do you work with your composers? Do you describe the type of music you want over a scene?
DE PALMA: Exactly. And I select music that I think will inspire the composer for that theme. Some composers don't want you to do that at all. Some composers don't want you to put temp tracks in, and you have to describe the music or say “it should be a [...]