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The Lion King Remake Was A Huge Collaborative Effort #IAAThePlug

The Lion King Remake Was A Huge Collaborative Effort #IAAThePlug

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When visiting the set of The Lion King, we were introduced to an entirely new form of filmmaking. But it wasn’t just the cutting-edge which helped create the movie’s incredible photorealistic cinematography, it was also the collaborative efforts of the Disney crew under Jon Favreau’s creative direction.

While presenting cinematographer Caleb Deschanel’s work, and how it made its way to the editorial department, Favreau also demonstrated how he brought every artist and technician under one roof. The meeting of the minds was unlike other film sets – indeed there hardly was what one would call a proper film set – and more like a tech start-up’s pitch meeting.

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