Behind Every Film Production Is a Mess of Environmental Wreckage

Posted on AllSides October 15th, 2019
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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom didn't make much of an impression with critics, but the $300 million blockbuster represented an immense undertaking. Preproduction started in 2015 and included the film’s writer taking a cross-country road trip to hash out story details and a four-week working trip in Barcelona, where director J.A. Bayona and production designer Andy Nicholson figured out visuals like set design and framing shots. In 2016, scouting for shooting locations began internationally—scouts trekked to Peru and Ecuador—and eventually, massive sets were built on an soundstage in England and in...

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