Licorice Pizza - Interviews

Started by itwasgood, November 10, 2021, 10:03:41 AM

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Drill



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Still surreal seeing him do zoom interviews


Rooty Poots

Quote from: itwasgood on January 06, 2022, 04:06:17 PM
Another audio interview with French press:

https://twitter.com/senscritique/status/1479181739327111175?s=21

I swear, compliments from French people just hit better. By my calculations and quick number-crunching, 1 French compliment = ~1.7 American compliments.
Hire me for your design projects ya turkeys! Lesterco

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wilberfan

"When something doesn't resonate, it quickly becomes a tedious endurance test."

itwasgood


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itwasgood

Mark Bridges' interview with Gold Derby


itwasgood

A Cooper Hoffman interview! He's featured in W Magazine's Best Performances 2022 too, and there are two gorgeous photos of him:

https://www.wmagazine.com/culture/cooper-hoffman-licorice-pizza-interview-2022

wilberfan

https://youtu.be/OtVQn9T3FCo

(I met Flo outside the El Portal when I complimented the crew on their work without knowing who she was.  When she introduced herself as the Production Designer I blanched a little and was grateful I'd said something complimentary!)

"When something doesn't resonate, it quickly becomes a tedious endurance test."

wilberfan

Haven't listened yet, but a new podcast interview with Bauman.

https://www.indiewire.com/2022/01/licorice-pizza-paul-thomas-anderson-sound-vision-toolkit-episode-146-1234690577/

[edit] Here's a direct link to the audio:   

I love this quote:

QuoteAccording to co-cinematographer Michael Bauman, when "Licorice Pizza" first opened at the Village Theater in Los Angeles, writer/director/co-cinematographer Paul Thomas Anderson wasn't 100-percent happy with how the film looked projected in that particular space. Unable to get it the way he wanted, Anderson had a new 35mm print struck, which added just a touch of red and yellow back in, to accommodate the way he wanted it to play in conjunction with that specific theater's projector, screen, and room.

[edit]  This also includes Bridges, and supervising sound editors/re-recording mixers Christopher Scarabosio and David Acord.  I love this stuff...
"When something doesn't resonate, it quickly becomes a tedious endurance test."