The Adventures of Tintin Set Visit

Located in the middle of suburban Wellington, Peter Jackson's Park Road Post Production studios and Weta offices couldn't be more unassuming. Quietly surrounded by homes, parks, corner stores and friendly locals, it's easy to see why PJ has chosen to keep away from the hectic Hollywood scene. Filmmaking here feels like being at home, so when you realise that this quiet little suburban area has produced the most technically-inspired and big-scale films in the history of cinema, you have to wonder why this approach to filmmaking isn't taken more often. Even while everyone at the studio is waist-deep in post production on the Steven Spielberg-directed The Adventures of Tintin: the Secret of the Unicorn, there's not a single sign of stress on display.  Read More...

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