Conduct your own research.
1. Who was the Cinematographer for Dredd?
2. What other films have they worked on?
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4. Who was the writer, Alex Garland, in regular contact with?
5. How did the production team create the effect of people b...
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Dredd

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Dredd

  1. 1. Conduct your own research. 1. Who was the Cinematographer for Dredd? 2. What other films have they worked on? Read this interview with VFX Supervisor Jon Thum and answer the questions below: http://www.digitalartsonline.co.uk/news/motion- graphics/interview-dredd-3d-vfx-supervisor-jon-thum/ 3. Where did production take place? The cinematographer for Dredd was Anthony Dod Mantle Who has worked on many different movies over the years such as 127 hours, slum dog millionaire and 28 Days Later. Production took place in South Africa as it was the most practical location to shoot at and became the most practical and cost effective shooting location we started basing our Mega City One concepts.
  2. 2. 4. Who was the writer, Alex Garland, in regular contact with? 5. How did the production team create the effect of people being shot? 6. How was the Slo-Mo effect created? 7. What was the total shot count for the film? How many were VFX shots? A total of 650 shots were taken to creator this feature film. With over 300 of them being visual effect shots. Most these shots were to create the CG builds. The slow-mo look was created by separating the colours and objects then intensifying the directions with hue and saturation. With added sparkles and heightened stereo the creators had made their drug look. Alex Garland kept in contact with John Wagner the creator of Judge Dredd. This is so he knew that they were taking the right direction with the film. John had input on all conceptuals that were made for the film. The creators had to add visual effects for the blood and gore. To achieve this they fired a blood bags t get a feel for the shock ad impact that the bullet had on prosthetic skin.

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