How Oscar-Winning ‘1917’ Pulled Off the One Continuous Shot Film Technique | NowThis

How Oscar-Winning ‘1917’ Pulled Off the One Continuous Shot Film Technique | NowThis

Congrats to ‘1917’ for its 3 #Oscars wins, including Best Cinematography. Here’s how the movie’s captivating one-shot film technique came to life.
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‘1917’ looks like it was filmed in a single shot. Here’s what went
into making the Oscar-winning film.

‘1917’ tells the story of 2 British soldiers who are sent to deliver a message to a fellow battalion in enemy territory. The $90M film was shot throughout the UK including an old military base in England.

It’s also reportedly one of the only major war films of note to be co-written by a woman, Krysty Wilson-Cairns.

Watch vid to go behind-the-scenes of 1917 to learn how the one-shot filming technique came to life. 1917 cinematographer Roger Deakins explains how his vision made movie magic.

Roger Deakins won the 2020 Oscar for Best Cinematography for his work on 1917.

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