Blown Away by this Behind the Scenes Look at “Ghost in the Shell”

    I’ve always been blown away by the creative and innovative efforts that go on behind the scenes – especially in the art department.

    While each film differs in the detail they put into a project, I’ve noticed the folks over at Weta always go the extra mile to make the film great.

    A friend of mine introduced me to this video and I was blown away by the innovation Weta put into building these pieces. Adam Savage’s childlike excitement over it helped too.

    And as I’m a LOTR fanatic, I’m no stranger to the genius of CEO and Co-Founder of Weta Workshop Richard Taylor; I love how he walks Savage through the process of building these pieces for Ghost in the Shell.

    Do you love film? Watch this video. Looking for inspiration? Watch this.

    Film school students, independent filmmakers and film crews, you’ll especially be inspired by this innovative process.

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    • Charis Joy Jackson

      Producer, Director, Writer, Actress

      Charis Joy Jackson is a writer, director, producer and teacher working with The Initiative Production Company. During the day she makes movies and in her spare time is writing a novel. She's a self-proclaimed nerd who wishes she could live in Hobbiton. You can follow her on Instagram @charisjoyjackson

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