PHOTO STILLS AND THE TRAILER FROM THE MOVIE ‘WAR HORSE’
Because I am a producer, often times reps for key people in the biz will send me ‘reels’ of current work. So, out of the blue today, I received and email from a rep who forwarded to me scenes shot by her client, Janusz Kaminksi, who happens to be the cinematographer for the movie, WAR HORSE.
Well well well! How much fun is that?! Now I can pass onto you the trailer for the movie, War Horse.
Then I realized that the trailer has been out for a few weeks and this was nothing special.
Ah well… still, a good idea for a blog!
So, you can watch the trailer, or, if your bandwidth isn’t great, I’ve freeze framed a few key photo stills.
CLICK THE IMAGE TO WATCH THE VIDEO, OR CLICK HERE.
So I clicked to wikipedia to find out any information and found a lot about the movie but not much about the featured horse (s). I’ll keep looking. But so far, this is all I know…
During filming in the UK thirteen different horses were used as the main horse character Joey.The horses playing horse characters Joey and Topthorn had a specialist equine make-up team, with their coats dyed and markings added to ensure continuity, and a blacksmith was on set to replace horseshoes sucked off in the mud during filming. The horses were trained by Bill Lawrence. Extra filming involving a bay foal took place in California in March 2011. Working with horses on this scale was a new experience for Spielberg, who commented: “The horses were an extraordinary experience for me, because several members of my family ride. I was really amazed at how expressive horses are and how much they can show what they’re feeling.”
HERE ARE SOME STILLS. LOOKS REALLY BEAUTIFUL!
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