DIY caught up with Prisoner of Azkaban director (and lover of the Scottish highlands) Alfonso Cuarón at Saturday’s opening of the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter at Leavesden Studios.
Asked about the risks of making his Potter film “the first non-kiddy feature” of the eight film franchise, he answered:
It’s a moment when they’re 13, and the transition from childhood to teenage years. I was blessed to be working with kids who were 12/13, so it was about following their lead in many ways.