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Principal photography has concluded on Star Wars: Episode VIII, with post-production work like Rian Johnson’s editing and John Williams’ scoring sessions officially underway. However, series star Daisey Ridley has hinted that fans may...Show More Summary
Star Wars 8 wrapped filming last month in spectacular fashion, bringing to a close the principal photography portion on one of the most anticipated movies since
It was just a few weeks ago – July 22 to be precise – that principal photography on Star Wars Episode VIII wrapped. The Rian Johnson film is the eagerly anticipated follow-up to Star Wars: The Force Awakens, one that will hopefully cast light on Rey’s origins, how Kylo Ren turned to the Dark Side, […]
Vladimir, my father’s older brother, developed a passion for photography in unconventional circumstances. Having survived polio, which he caught during World War II, Vladimir suddenly couldn’t move. The disease had ravaged his muscles, leaving him crippled, and while he couldn’t join other children playing, he observed their games from his chair. Then a neighbor, a military […]
“The works, which depict scenes of conflict including the Spanish Civil War, were covered in black paint.”
Lucasfilm and director Rian Johnson have announced the end of principal photography on the 2017 sequel to "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."
It's official Star Wars: Episode VIII has completed principal photography. So what do the hard working cast and crew do? They through a big party, of course.
BATTAMBANG, Cambodia — The Cambodia War Widows Project, which began seven years ago as a social practice art project exploring photography as a form of art therapy, is now having its first gallery installation in Cambodia.
It was recently revealed by actor Mark Hamill that STAR WARS EPISODE VIII was set to wrap principal photography on July 22, 2016, which is a short couple weeks away. But, of course, that leaves plenty of days left in the production, and more than enough time for the actors and director to snap some photos of the production as things wind down. Show More Summary
In various wars since the advent of photography, in units from many nations, soldiers have adopted animals and kept them as mascots. Sometimes they are government issue, like horses, and other times they are strays that are looking for a meal. Show More Summary
While it seems like we get news regarding STAR WARS EPISODE VIII fairly frequently, the fact is we still know almost nothing about the film itself. We don't know the plot, most of the cast, or even the name of the darn thing. While we...Show More Summary
This is what Washington, D.C looked like in early photography. Most of them were taken in the early 1860s, several from the 1840s. Abraham Lincoln was inaugurated for a second time on March 4th, 1865 A Civil War Camp near Washington,...Show More Summary
The franchise veteran announced that director Rian Johnson's will finish principal photography in less than three weeks.
Charles Lansiaux (1855-1939) became a photographer at the end of the 19th century. He established his own business in 1903, describing his company purpose as "Artistic and industrial photography, city works, emergency works, interior...Show More Summary
Star Wars: Episode VIII director Rian Johnson posted his latest image from the set of the highly anticipated blockbuster to commemorate principal photography being nearly finished.
Who's on First? Read the full article on AICN Hey folks, Harry here... Rian Johnson announced that he's in the HOME STRETCH of principle photography on STAR WARS EPISODE 8 with the following Tweet and image: Finish the article on AI...
Christopher Nolan has officially begun production on his World War II drama Dunkirk, on location in the title historical town in France. Warner Bros. just announced the commencement of principal photography on the film that featuresShow More Summary
The last of the Napoleonic Wars was fought in 1815. Napoleon died in 1821. The first photograph was taken in 1826, but portrait photography was developed in 1839. So photographs of the veterans of the Napoleonic Wars are a real treasure. Show More Summary