How the new Morrissey biopic England is Mine was designed - Design Week

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By I_Am_A_Disco_Dancer on Aug 8, 2017 at 6:09 AM
  1. I_Am_A_Disco_Dancer

    I_Am_A_Disco_Dancer Active Member

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    1. terrancestamp
      I bet the line to see the film was not that long as the line in the picture above.
    2. marred
      The design of the film?
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    3. Quando quando quando
      Quando quando quando
      Yes, yes, yes!
      The design of a "biopic" which can afford to not be a biopic at all.
      Cause it could about any one. That Morrissey guy in it was a coincidence, surely. :squiffy:

      It will probably be nominated for an Oscar as best film design. :rolleyes:
      If that exists. But I don't want to get the Oscar people any ideas about yet another category. Enough is too much already.
    4. marred
      There's such a thing as production design but it's a weird comment.
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    5. countthree
      Maybe they meant graphic design...
    6. Mr. Blobby Is Stiff
      Mr. Blobby Is Stiff
      If you read the article it's quite clear what they mean. I can't quite believe you're questioning an industry-standard design magazine's use of the word "design" *chortle*
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    7. Quando quando quando
      Quando quando quando
      No, it's not.
      He is questioning that standard. There is nothing to believe or not to believe. It's a very simple question, yet not answered. What's wrong with questioning that standard?
    8. Anonymous
      You're asking what design is in this context? Its the posters, the beer mats, the bus stops. They all need to be created in the style of the period. A film uses a vast number of props, some are purchased, some are created.
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    9. Quando quando quando
      Quando quando quando
      I didn't get you meant that, sorry.
      I thought more along the lines of how to design a scenario, to create the sort of visual images you want it to be, just like a writer designs his novel.
      Never mind! :thumb:
    10. Anonymous
      I think when someone above said graphic design that's the closest I guess. But its a bit more than just that

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