Los Angeles -- We have been examining through video and print the mechanisms and steps that it takes to translate a story from script to screen. By examining the various above and below the line responsibilities we have gained valuable insight and knowledge into the intricacies involved in creating motion picture entertainment. Here is a documentary we came across that was made after the release of the Superman movie with the late Christopher Reeves before his equestrian accident that left him a paraplegic until his death.
It is remarkable because this move really was at the cusp of the change over taking place in Hollywood where films of substance and character were being crowded out for the nascent special effects coming on line after the blockbuster trailblazing picture Star Wars seemingly overnight rewrote the production process in favor of the post-production sfx teams that would soon follow in creating nearly all the memorable movies in recent memory or for the past 20 years.
Here is a young Christopher Reeves, right after his career making role as Superman, hosting the 60 minute documentary and the making of Superman circa 1978.
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