Thursday, February 12th, 2009
I remember hearing a while back that a live-action adaptation of the 1988 anime Akira was being created and that it was starring Leonardo DiCaprio. I quickly forgot all about it until I saw Ruairi Robinson’s short film The Silent City. Ruairi Robinson is tapped as the director of the new Akira film and watching his short film has got me excited about the prospects.
The Silent City directed by Ruairi Robinson.
The Making of Silent City
If you were wondering how Ruairi Robinson and team put together their final amazing sweeping camera shot like I was, here is a documentary on how they made the film.
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