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Below the Line: The Beasts

The New York Times takes a closer look at the ‘Beasts’ of Beasts of the Southern Wild in this Awards Season Carpetbagger feature: “The big challenge was always to not make it look like a pig, but to show as much of the actual animal as possible,” Mr. Tintori said. “In some of the earliest versions of…

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Benh & Ray on the Creators Project

I have this collection of Cinefex magazines that are all out of print, and they’re from the 80s to the early 90s. It’s completely my secret weapon. They’re magazines I had when I was a little kid that I would obsessively look over before I could even read. I would obsessively look at these pictures and think,…

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Ray Tintori’s Death to the Tinman

Ray Tintori is the mad genius who transformed baby pigs into mythical Aurochs for Beasts. Tintori and the Court 13 crew made Death to the Tin Man in 2007 as his undergraduate thesis film for Wesleyan University’s Film Studies program. The film is an epic Southern adaptation of the Tin Man’s origin story from the Wizard of…

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