this pic is crucial
this pic is crucial
Vittorio Storaro, director of photography, and Francis Ford Coppola, going up river. (Photo: Mike Salisbury). George Lucas collects Salisbury’s work and recommended him to Coppola who used Salisbury imagery creations in Apocalypse Now. Thanks to Larry Wright for pointing us to a blog entry.
Flying to the tropical Philippine Islands location of Apocalypse Now on the same plane as the psychic duo, the Simon and Garfunkle that would build a bridge over anyone’s troubled waters (for a sizable fee), the only two people on the plane with white shirts and ties, we would all three later helicopter to Francis’s headquarters in the jungle under the mountains to have a meet and greet and eat with the director, his family and close crew. —Apocalypse ASAP! by Mike Salisbury
Apocalypse Now was released on this day in 1979.
Below: Francis Ford Coppola directs “the horror” of the Kurtz compound while DP Vittorio Storaro rides the dolly. [Will McCrabb]
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The last words said by Black youth murdered by policemen.
"The goal was to find a way to get into the head of a child,” - Stephen Frankfurt, title designer
We at Howard University stand in solidarity with Ferguson.
Even our innocence is threatening.
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