New answers tagged

1

Old Hollywood sounds were the same as today, which were recorded sounds. However, sound designers usually used rifle or cannon sounds to get a more "punch at the face" and "larger than life" gun sounds because handgun sounds were too weak and they sound like firecrackers. You also need to keep in mind that microphones were not as good as today's microphones. ...


4

I'm not sure there is such a thing as a 'typical' lead time. It's very much dependent on episode count per year and budget. I've never worked on a sci-fi big budget show like the Star Trek franchise, so I can't be specific on that one, sorry. I've worked on 8- or 10-episode flagship shows where principal photography was May - October, with 1st episode ...


46

I guess it's a cue mark: A cue mark, also known as a cue dot, a cue blip, a changeover cue or simply a cue is a visual indicator used with motion picture film prints, usually placed on the right-hand upper corner of a frame of the film. Cue dots are also used as a visual form of signalling on television broadcasts. A pair of cue marks is used to ...


-1

The movie takes place in 2006, and bullfighting has been banned since 2010. So while showing a bullfight is an accurate depiction of Barcelona within the film's setting, it is not an accurate depiction of current Barcelona.


5

Much like Jeeped said in the comments, Catalonia and its capital Barcelona have banned bullfighting since the early 2010's. The bullfighting arenas are still present, and are used for other events. The city council probably wouldn't want an international movie depicting Barcelona as a place where bullfighting takes place, since it is a controversial ...


Top 50 recent answers are included