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George Lucas: To feel the true force of ‘Star Wars,’ he had to learn to let it go

George Lucas is a pioneering filmmaker who redefined how films are made. The Post’s Hank Stuever chronicle’s Lucas’s most prolific contribution to cinema, “Star Wars.” At the ranch, yes. Yes. Feel it flowing within you. The gate, the road, the hills, the trees, the vineyard. You, him, the house. Luminous beings are we. This was all built Read MoreRead More

‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Cinematography ­- Variety Artisans

Cinematographer John Seale has been one of the best in the business for decades, and has an Oscar for “The English Patient.” At age 70, he found himself in the Namibian desert shooting one of the year’s most startling films, “Mad Max: Fury Road.” He joined Variety’s David Cohen to explain what it was like Read MoreRead More

Let’s make history…by recording it – StoryCorps & TED Prize

What if Anne Frank hadn’t kept a diary? What if no one could listen to Martin Luther King’s Mountaintop speech? What if the camera hadn’t been rolling during the first moon landing? Actively listening to the voices of the past and the people who matter to us is important, and StoryCorps wants you to lend Read MoreRead More

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