Dean returns in Part II. We discuss the challenges of Roger Rabbit not existing on location, to getting some assistance from the Oval Office to solve pesky gravity problems on a certain spaceship set. In-between, we breakdown some select scenes of the greatest Trilogy ever about a time-traveling teen and his friend the "Doc".
Jurassic Park! Halloween! Big Trouble in Little China!
Acclaimed cinematographer Dean Cundey sat down with Cinematic Immunity for an interview and knocked our socks off. In part one of our two-part discussion, we learn how Cundey got his start in Hollywood, his turning point in film school, and the surprising keys to success that they don't teach in school, such as, "Always try to get someone else to take the blame." He says with a wry smile.
Dean was also kind enough to share his stories of pioneering the use of Steadicam with the multi-talented John Carpenter in "Halloween" (1978), how his innovative, Oscar-nominated work on "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" (1988) paved the way for the groundbreaking visual effects of "Jurassic Park" (1993), how the military precision of the "Jurassic Park" film crew wowed the actual military after Hurricane Iniki hit on their last day of filming, and much more.
We'll see you back next Tuesday, September 16th, 2014, for part two of our interview with the great Dean Cundey, A.S.C..