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"How 'The Grinch' Was Made"13 Dec 2000
Although we have already added the URL below to our collection of articles & interviews dedicated to "The Grinch", which you can check here, the quality of this particular set of articles, by several reporters of Creative Planet's Cinematography World, makes it deserve a special mention.
There you'll find in-depth Q&As with Kevin Mack & Mathew Butler from Digital Domain, the company responsible for creating the innumerous visual effects seen on "The Grinch"; with Don Peterman (ASC), "The Grinch"'s cinematographer; with Michael Corenblith, the Production Designer; with film editors Don Hanley and Mike Hill and also an article on Avids, the digital editing system used to put "The Grinch" together.
There are many pictures illustrating the articles (we specially recommend you to click on the beautiful sunrise shot seen from Mt. Crumpit, because it makes a truly cool wallpaper) and even small behind-the-scenes videos. Take a look:
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