The film industry is continuously at odds with traditionalism and technology, actual film and digital magic.
As technology progresses, filmmakers face an obvious desire to embrace the future.
However, there is sometimes charm in returning to the fundamentals and drawing on time-tested practices.
And it is here that Tim Burton's Beetlejuice 2 finds its spark.Haris Zambarloukos, the cinematographer behind the anticipated sequel,
delves into the essence of this method. In a recent interview with Collider, the renowned expert offered some insight on the allure of in-camera effects,
hinting at the direction Burton's sequel would go. "We are definitely shooting things in-camera and for real."
That's part of the attraction," he mused, confirming that the sequel, like the original, captures magic in-camera.
When asked about Burton's unique style, Zambarloukos said, "He's a great filmmaker in that regard."
He's a visionary as well as a fairly traditional filmmaker." This blend of current imagination and timeless artistry clearly plays an important part