Nolan bats for celluloid filmmaking on India trip
Hollywood director Christopher Nolan on Saturday (31) made an impassioned plea to the Indian film industry to revive celluloid as a medium for movies. Nolan is on a three-day trip to the country aimed at drumming up support for shooting on film, as he did for his 2017 World War II epic Dunkirk, going against the trend in an industry which has widely embraced digital technology. “Filmmaking is full of obstacles… it is not about being logical and pragmatic… it’s about magic, dreams, experiences and bracing your emotional side,” Nolan said after a round table dialogue in Mumbai, the home…
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