Praise for Cuarón’s use of digital effects

24 May

The Guardian‘s Ravi Somaiya speaks to a number of special effects artists working in the film industry on the use of special effects in today’s cinema in light of the trend of major blockbuster directors growing tired of CGI. Nonetheless, animator Dafydd Morris praises Cuarón’s work on Harry Potter and Children of Men relative to those who overdo it:

The first thing he’s doing is looking at the story, then using CG where he has to, to move it along or build tension. Every piece helps the storyline.

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