New Behind-the-Scenes Images for GRAVITY Reveal How Alfonso Cuaron Made the Film Possible

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You’ve no doubt already read plenty of praise for Alfonso Cuaron’s masterful space-set dramatic thriller Gravity, and nearly every review notes just how effective Cuaron is at making the film a wholly immersive experience (read Matt’s take here).  Cuaron puts his audience in space for 90+ minutes, and it’s a truly unique ride made possible by some incredibly inventive technical achievements from Cuaron and his filmmaking team (led by cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki).  Up until now I really had very little clue as to how Cuaron actually shot most of the movie, but some new behind-the-scenes images give us a peek inside the process.  I’d actually recommend going into the movie cold first before checking these out; it’s rare to encounter such a magical piece of filmmaking that evokes true wonder.

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