Shape Of Water Oscar
Er erhielt die Auszeichnung für seine Musik zu "The Shape of Water". Der Komponist Alexandre Desplat mit seinem zweiten Oscar, den er Warum "The Shape of Water" von Guillermo del Toro den Oscar verdient. Von Victor Redman. , Uhr. Der Regisseur von „Die fabelhafte Welt der Amélie“ erhebt Plagiats-Vorwürfe gegen „The Shape of Water“. Ein Kurzfilm gilt außerdem als.
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Rewinding to before the Oscars, I caught up earlier with the film's digital effects supervisor, Trey Harrell of Toronto-based special effects company Mr X, to find out how much of the film was done for real and how much was computer graphics.
Harrell estimated that as much as 80 percent of the finished result was actually captured in-camera on the set before being augmented by CG.
This despite what he described as a "really, really modest" budget -- somewhere around the cost of "two episodes of ' Game of Thrones '", he joked.
To play the amphibious creature at the heart of the film, actor Doug Jones donned a fish-man costume and heavy makeup designed by prosthetics company Legacy Effects.
That's unusual these days, as fantastical characters like Paddington, Snoke or Caesar in CG extravaganzas such as the Star Wars or Planet of the Apes movies are rarely played by actors in costume.
But having an actual fish-man wandering around in front of the camera helped del Toro and the other filmmakers in various ways. Doug Jones in costume and makeup as he appeared on-set without CG enhancements.
Note the little red dots used as tracking markers for the digital touch-ups. For "The Shape of Water", digital effects were employed to animate the fish creature's eyes and touch up the real footage of Jones' performance, a technique Harrell calls "digital prosthetics" or "makeup augmentation".
The process began with del Toro consulting the heads of Mr. X and Legacy Effects to decide what was going to be done digitally, what was going to be done practically -- for real, in-camera -- and what was going to be a combination of the two.
As well as augmenting Jones' makeup, the filmmakers used CG for a car crash sequence so it would play out as del Toro required.
Meanwhile the many shots involving water required a combination of different techniques. Both films, when looking closer, show the beauty of sign language.
They both emphasize that communication barriers can be bridged by methods other than using words alone.
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Zwar holte der Film nicht in allen nominierten Kategorien die Preise. Von den 13 Nominierungen ging auch der Oscar für die beste Regie an Guillermo del Toro und "Shape of Water".
Die beiden anderen Preise bekam der Film für die beste Filmmusik und das Produktionsdesign.