Hey, I was just going to post that! It makes you realise that it probably was a good job old Shredded got others to do it for him. My telly's in colour!
"It was me tweeted it to Katy you dirty star-leering liar." - Garr.
"The live link ...up live the live link the live link up with link up with the live One Direction the live link up live live One live the live link up live the live the link the live One the live the live link up with One the live link up with One Dirlivelinkup the live One Direction the live link up with One Direction was a total triumph though wasn't it the live link up?" - Garr
I see the recipe ****ing references have continued with the mention of coffee
Relevant because you know, the french Doctor Who (nicknamed "El Gringo") is specialized in coffee. Instead of time-travelling Jacques Vabre goes around the world to rob poor farmers of their best coffee to satisfy his faithful consumers. Have a look at those famous episodes :
John Ford didn't sit in the edits of his films - he was busy out shooting the next.
A good editor can do the job, anyway, without some wanky director pestering him with crap.
I think it's more of a TV thing for the director to have nothing to do with an edit, like Eastenders or something. In film an editor would do an assembly edit based on instructions and then the director would be heavily involved in post-production. The director would not be there by the editor's side for the whole process of course and it would be collaborative. Editors bring a lot of their own creativity to a movie but they are 'directed' as are the actors and the location and post sound people and everyone else and even the writer.
Films are usually not edited as the film is shot.
Edit: In fairness, what I said there probably wouldn't apply to earlier filmmaking like a lot of Ford's, it did some of it though. DW Griffith and Eisenstein weren't exactly hands off. Also, on further thought, I'm not sure what I said always applies to production line films that knock them out, or even some of the big budget stuff where directors are hired and fired all over the place. There are no fixed rules really.
If Wheatley wasn't there, he certainly storyboarded the hell out of the thing before he shot it. We've seen the pics. I'd like to know how the directors collaborate with Moffat and the producers on Who. I think the last four were really well directed but the writers and producers are the bosses on telly.
offline nelly: Oh, flow, this place has'nt had any activity in a while.
May 21, 2019 18:44:50 GMT
Hellvis Azal Deathley: I think people have lost interest in the Dr Who, since the cultural marxists invaded
Jun 2, 2019 18:35:14 GMT
offline nelly: @hellvisazaldeathley Theyre called SJWs and theyre only interested in LGBT headcanons and racebent tranny vitiligo fanart. Anyways can I become culturally soviet nelly, how would it be?
Jun 9, 2019 20:04:28 GMT
culturally soviet nelly: Priyvet!
Jun 9, 2019 20:04:45 GMT