I’m so excited to finally be able to share some news about Pinocchio. After several years spent immersed in the world of Pinocchio and Gepetto I can finally give you a glimpse of what I’ve been up to. Vanity Fair has published a first look into the world of Pinocchio and there is so much to see. I was lighting camera on this film and it was an amazing experience that let me travel to the other side of the world and work with an incredibly talented and creative crew. I loved working on the cinematography for these beautiful and detailed workshop sets.
“The virtue Pinocchio has is to disobey. At a time when everybody else behaves as a puppet—he doesn’t.”
“Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio tells this truth about its otherworldly title character: he can be a little unsettling, or even scary, before you get to know him. In the Oscar-winning filmmaker’s upcoming stop-motion animated movie from Netflix, even Geppetto gets the willies when he first encounters the cheerful wooden boy clamoring around his workshop. A hallmark of del Toro’s storytelling, from Pan’s Labyrinth to Hellboy to his best-picture-winning The Shape of Water, is that beings who are initially seen as freakish, or frightening or unnatural, are often even more humane and sympathetic than the seemingly normal people who fear or scorn them…”
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