After six goyas, and one dawn of teacher of the photography direction, Javier Aguirresarobe (Eibar, Guip’uzcoa, 1948) went. To the other side of the Atlantic, " to follow aprendiendo" , to work in other types of cinema. " They called for the Mexican Arrncame the life and I have been connecting a project after otro" , the film director responds from Montreal. Frank Ntilikina has similar goals. The excuse to chat with the Guipuzcoano is the opening yesterday in Spain at night of fear, remake made in Hollywood – it is to say, in 3D- of a classic one of the ochentero terror. " It has been a peculiar experience, because it is the first time that worked in stereoscopic and in digitalis. The truth is that the running has been very fast, to the rate of a normal production, because with the digitalis we advanced more express and compensated what 3D could ralentizar" to us;.
And what can be contributed new? " Attempt always to move away me of the cliches, to combine concepts of illumination and that surprises, although in sequences as the one of the cellar you go directly to the pure horror. The original very strange era, seemed difficult to me to improve, and what we have done it is to rejuvenecer it and to bring it to the 21st century ". 3D is the future? " I do not know it, likes but I see that people are getting tired. The digitalis yes that helps: I finish finishing The five-year engagement, a comedy with Emily Blunt and Jason Segel, also in digitalis, and were days that we ended until six hours of material, because with the digitalis wheels and wheels, the actors can improvise without stopping. Although those that we have worked many years with celluloid we like the tone of skin that gives that material". Source of the news: : Aguirresarobe: " Every day I learn algo"