This film focuses on the creation of the iconic world inhabited by James Bond over 50 years. We spend time with award winning set designer, Sir Ken Adam; as well as Aston Martin’s Head of Design; along with the designers and the makers of the legendary Golden Gun.
The Barbican marks the 50th anniversary of James Bond with a unique exhibition showcasing the inside story of the design and style of the world’s most influential and iconic movie brand: barbican.org.uk/bond/
Shane Morton sat down with director Daniel Raim about his world premiere documentary film spotlighted at the AFI Fest 2009, SOMETHINGS GONNA LIVE. The film is about a few of the most insanely gifted artists working during the Golden Age of Hollywood up to very recently in some cases. The film follows Robert Boyle, Haskell Wexler and others through their career and asks the question, "Why are these films classics?"
This is a work sample from my 2004 documentary, MASTERS OF PRODUCTION: The Hidden Art of Hollywood. Celebrating the art of Production Designers, this section includes the spectacular opening by my own production designer, Kosh, and the art of Patrizia von Brandenstein, Dick Sylbert, and Eugenio Zanetti. Truly some of the most fascinating interviews I've ever done...Jack de Govia's also featured here.