GOING AFTER THE FUTURE
TORINO ITALY , JULY 2016 Samsung S6 920F f 1.9 ISO 50 1/100
GOING AFTER THE FUTURE
TORINO ITALY , JULY 2016 Samsung S6 920F f 1.9 ISO 50 1/100
2017 Is going to be memorable, finally Warner Bros./Regency/Forward Pass/20Th Century Fox Release an Outstanding HEAT DIRECTOR DEFINITIVE EDITION Blu ray, in this post some tips and how deal with that
The white cover is the UK version REGION UPC Bar code 5039036075992 this version is “.. Pristine Restoration personally supervised by Michael Mann ” or better this new one features remastered video from a 4K scan supervised by himself,it also contains some great new and recent extras(check Amazon or other sites for understand what I mean)
The black cover is the US version REGION A or UPC Bar code 024543271321 and also this version is “.. Pristine Restoration personally supervised by Michael Mann ” or better this new one features remastered video from a 4K scan supervised by himself,it also contains some great new and recent extras(check Amazon or other sites for understand what I mean)
Meanwhile in Italy CG home Video (Cecchi Gori) is going to set a Start UP (19 June 2017) for release an Italian version of the Blu Ray,saving a great work at dubbing soundtrack using Giancarlo Giannini(Al Pacino) and Ferruccio Amendola(Robert De Niro)and I hope at least featuring also English original language and subtitles (Italian and English),I dont’know which master are going to use but is a step far from the zero of these years in Italian home video market,however for any tests in BLU RAY quality matter CHECK HERE
Off topic; Last but not the least enjoy my Mixcloud about the rest of music used on HEAT , I called HEAT B SIDE and I think is ” ..a great research for show the great tastes and Musical Genius of Michael Mann!”
Buy : MUSIC FROM THE MOTION PICTURE
HERE SOME OF BEST VIDEO FROM MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL, ENJOY
From an old Shell adv I just re-scored it using Il Padre Di Italia soundtrack composed by the fluent Italian Composer Giorgio Giampà
1997 I was in L.A., I filmed everything with my VHSC this is what I have to show briefly,LA is a big set everything turn easy,I loved bee there as tourist
This is was edited From Criterion Collection Thief using an alternate edition of Tangerine Dream’s Beach Scene
Aaron ‘s We Cut The Night is one of best album of 2016, Invisible Stain fit perfect for BLACKHAT e
Mise-en-scène is what I see in Michael Mann’s Films
Don’t ask what precisely THE KILLERS have to Share with ALI but I think that’s a great Video and a Great Song
FOR OTHERS THINGS CHECK https://www.youtube.com/user/glaekenFP
“The 5th annual festival will occur January 26-27, 2018 at the Hollywood Theatre, a classic Portland venue built in 1926, restored, with 50′ screen, digital projection and sound”
Take None, Give None is a documentary about The Chosen Few, America’s first racially integrated motorcycle club, founded in 1959. Cesaretti first photographed The Chosen Few over 20 years ago, and in 2011 teamed with Kurt Mangum. Together they tell the motorcycle club’s story by creating an in-depth portrait of this South Central LA community of bikers.
ABOUT THE PDX FESTIVAL -DEC.2016-
January 27-28, 2017 marks the 4th annual Portland Motorcycle Film Festival, hosted by the Oregon Motorcycle Road Racing Association (OMRRA), a fundraiser for Air Fence and safety equipment purchase, deployment and repair at Portland International Raceway.
Feature films selected for 2017 include: Arrows of Fire, Macao Gladiators, Take None Give None, Beyond Siberia and 1000 Kilometer.
Visit http://www.PDXmotorcyclefilms.com to view movie trailers, purchase tickets, and see the full history of films shown.
The PDX Motorcycle Film Festival and OMRRA are non-profit organizations, with all proceeds from the event donated.
The title sponsor for 2017 is BMW Motorcycles of Western Oregon, Oregon’s premier supplier of adventure and touring motorcycles. Additionally, MotoCorsa, Portland’s award winning Ducati dealership, provides support for the 4th year in a row.
Films will be shown in style at the Hollywood Theatre in Portland, Oregon. Built in 1926, with fully restored terracotta façade and neon marquee, The Hollywood features a 50’ screen, digital surround sound, and seating for nearly 400. Every show all four years of the festival has sold out, so get tickets early.
Judges for the Portland Motorcycle Film Festival include Portland-based cinematographers and designers. Additionally, for 2017 moto-journalist Mark Gardiner will join the judging crew. Mark’s books include, among others, Riding Man and the indispensable Bathroom Book of Motorcycle Trivia.
To learn more about racing motorcycles with OMRRA see http://www.omrra.com.
As far as this soundtrack, in my view Michael Mann’s masterpiece, is concerned it is really possible to talk about “Miscellaneous Artists”. To be true, it all began to find out the beautiful piece The Last Lagoon by William Orbit (famous English, electronic music producer and arranger) and after several years of searching I could understand, quite totally, the very core of this film music.
Michael Mann maximises the emphasising of the visual impact together with the sound one by drawing profusely from famous and brillant authors such as the Kronos Quartet and Elliot Goldenthal (Alien 3).
Other tracks are omitted in the score official version, maybe both for room and royalties reasons, but anyway used in the film.
It is specifically these latter that I am going to consider mainly by listing aside the context they have been matched with:
– Get Up To This – New world beat
(Vincent at the disco’s office discover who “Slick” is;probably the Disco’s Background music fading…)
– Gringatcho Demento – William Orbit
(background music when Waingro is looking for a job in a bar) – track from Strange Cargo III album
– The thrill is gone – BB King
(During the ball of Vincent and Justine…)
– Concerto for Violoncello and Orchestra Boulez conducted by Ligeti
(the Platinum robbery) track from the namesake album
– The Monkey King William Orbit
(Chris, Neil and Michael mislead the guard by gesticulating) track from Strange cargo III
– Arabic Agony James
(L.A.P.D. Smile!…a picture from above)
– In November – David Darling
(Neil finds out from some documents who Vincent Hanna is) track from Cello album
– Late Evening in Jersey – Brian Eno
(Chris and Michael in the underground car park hack into the computer altering the bank alarm /Charlene and Dominique ask for the police safeguard)
– Black Cloud – Steve Roach /Elmar Schulte performed by Solitaire
(Waingro meets Roger Van Zant/ Donald stops what he was doing…) track from Ritual Ground album
– Celon – Lisa Gerrard / Pieter Bourke
(News of the bank robbery on TV)
– Will Gaines – Eric Clapton
(Neil devises with Nate a new escape plan / Vincent and Casalas visit Hugh Benny)
– The Last Lagoon – William Orbit
(Vincent says about Neil: “… He’s is still here…”I feel it” … Neil runs after Eady on the hill at dawn)
– The Mighty Limpopo – William Orbit
(Chris understands Charlene’s wave and leaves) – track from Strange Cargo I album
The piece The Last Lagoon by William Orbit (taken from Strange Cargo II album) replace Run Up Hill scene written by Elliot Goldenthal and included in the official soundtrack.
The same is true for the track Refinery Surveillance (scene of the surveillance in the refinery) afterwards replaced by three pieces: The Monkey King by William Orbit, In November by David Darling mixed with Arabic Agony by the James, this latter is taken from Wah Wah album.
Celon by Lisa Gerrard is used in the film but omitted in the soundtrack edition; all the three pieces by Lisa Gerrard are included in The Mirror Pool album.
New Dawn Fades, a shorter, not sung version, is used during the motorway chase between Vincent and Neil and it is a remake by Moby of the namesake piece by the Joy Division; the song integral version is available in the album I Like to Score by Moby.
Armenia by the Einstűrzende Neubauten (taken from Drawings of Patient O.T. album) used for a few seconds during the first “sceptical” meeting of Neil and Eady will be present also in other ”Hard” parts of Heat as well as in “The Insider”; the piece Late evening in Jersey by Brian Eno has recently been recorded on a compilation of unpublished works called Curiosities Vol. 1 (Opal Records).
Top O’ The Morning To Ya written by Eric Schrod, Leon Demant and Willie Dixon is played by the House Of Pain (taken from the House of Pain album) and it is in background during the meeting between Vincent and the informer Richard Torena in the Disco Club; By The Time I Get To Phoenix written by Jimmy Webb is probably droned by Vincent Hanna during the informer Albert Torena questioning.
Will Gaines by Eric Clapton is a piece taken from the soundtrack of Rush, a 1991 film directed by Lili Fini Zanuck.
As far as Ultramarine by Michael Brook is concerned, there is a special, unreleased version used when Vincent Hanna, in an understandable fit of hysteria, throws away his TV set at a traffic light.
There are two versions of the End Title composed by Moby and called God Moving Over the Face of the Waters: the “soft” one included in the official CD and the one included both in the single That’s When I Reach for My Revolver God Moving Over the Face of the Waters Heat Mix and in the above quoted album I like to score.However, the one in the film is slightly different from both these latter.
The pieces composed by Elliot Goldenthal and produced by Mathias Gohl are listed below among the others; the composer has made use, for some pieces, of the collaboration of the Kronos Quartet, the contemporary string quartet already known for collaborating with Philip Glass and with the The guitar orchestra Deaf Elk leading Page Hamilton of metal band Helmet
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1 Heat-Performed by The Kronos Quartet 7:42
2 Always Forever Now-Passengers 6:55
3 Condensers 2:35
4 Refinery Surveillance-Performed by The Kronos Quartet 1:46
5 Last Nite-The Chasers 3:29
6 Ultramarine – Michael Brook 4:35
7 Armenia – Einstürzende Neubauten 4:58
8 Of Helplessness 2:40
9 Steel Cello Lament 1:44
10 Mystery Man – Terje Rypdal 4:40
11 New Dawn Fades – Moby 2:50
12 Entrada & Shootout 1:49
13 Force Marker – Brian Eno 3:37
14 Coffee Shop 1:38
15 Fate Scrapes 1:34
16 La Bas[Edited Version] – Lisa Gerrard 3:11
17 Gloradin – Lisa Gerrard 3:57
18 Run Uphill 2:51
19 Predator Diorama – The Kronos Quartet 2:40
20 Of Separation 2:21
21 God Moving Over the Face of the Waters – Moby 6:58
HEAT B SIDE CDR This anthology was set using the music not inserted in to the original soundtrack record.Enjoy the Mixcloud
What’s The Best Professional Advice you’ve received?
BILLY DICKSON, ASC
Stay true to Yourself. When Everything is crazy around you and you feel like you’re being forced into making all the compromises,do what is right for you and make the compromises you can live with.In the end,what people see on the screen is what they remember you by.
PAUL CAMERON, ASC
Invest in yourself, and if you ‘re not willing to risk everything,then don’t bother doing anything.
SALVATORE TOTINO, ASC
The Advice I got the first day I worked in the film business: Always be five minutes early to work, never five minutes late.But more importantly, live on the edge when it comes to your photography–Take risks.Put your ideas on film and fall down a few times; it will make you a great filmmaker.
RENE OHASHI, ASC,CSC
Have a clear vision, design and objective for every scene. Then, by lighting with your instincts along with your intention and setting you own level of excellence, you will find satisfaction.
FRED ELMES, ASC
It’s the director movie.The Director is always right.
JOHN SCHWARTZMAN, ASC
From my grandfather, Carmine Coppola: What you do with your non-working time is more important than what you do with your working time.
THOMAS A. DEL RUTH, ASC
From Jordan Cronenweth: ‘Minimize compromise,be prepared for rejection, and save your money’
CHARLES MINSKY, ASC
I’m not sure it’s the best advice,but when I first began working as a camera assistant , Joe Ruttenberg, ASC lived next door.He took me into his house one day and showed me his two Academy Awards and told me to become an editor because they had more control on his art than he did.It did not deter me, but it made me aware that I wasn’t in complete control of the finished product.It’s a lesson I’m still learning.
DEJAN GEORGEVIC, ASC
Lee Rothberg’s Mantra :’ Keep Calm,Cool and collected at all times’
JIM DENAULT, ASC
From Tim Beiber: ‘ Show up early,don’t sit down,and act like you give a shit.’ It’s easy to remember and has far-reaching implications’
PHEDON PAPAMICHAEL , ASC
Roger Corman used to tell his young directors to sit down on an apple-box whenever they got an opportunity.I always try to pace myself through a long shoot;I see a lot of folks burn out before the film is done.
FRANK B.BYERS, ASC
From my agent: ‘Be the happiest guy on set.’ He was right
To Be Continued… –つづく…
MY MOST INSPIRING , INFLUENTIAL PERSONS , ARTISTS , “PEN” AND GOOD FRIENDS IN THE SHOWBIZ
DANTE SPINOTTI AIC ASC Cinematographer L.A. – Muina di Ovaro (Italy)
MICHAEL MANN Director,Producer L.A.
GUSMANO CESARETTI Photographer,Producer L.A. Lucca
JOHN MURPHY Composer,Musician L.A. Liverpool
STEPHEN PIZZELLO publisher and editor-in-chief of American Cinematographer
PETER MARTORANO Location Manager L.A.-St.Petersbourg FL
MAXIME ALEXANDRE AIC Cinematographer Venezia – L.A.
DANNY MIGUEL Freelance Director L.A.
OTTAVIA DA RE Publisher,Journalist,Photographer @ Venice Film Festival San Donà di Piave Venezia
PIER MARIA BOCCHI Writer,Author,Film Critic,Torino Film Festival, Vigevano Italy
MATTEO MERLI Director Producer Freelance Arkadin Pictures Mirandola Italy
ANTONY HARDING’s July Skies West Midlands U.K. Musician
Other memorable meetings and contacts:Mogwai(Post Rock Group Special Thanks to BARRY BURNS for his empathy)Glasgow-Alan Howarth(Composer) L.A.-Stephane Piter (special Efx Painter)France-Rick Eager(Writer,Actor,Real Estate Agent) Norman OK-Temecula CA-Fulvio Bortolozzo (IED Torino-Photographer) Torino-Alessandro Borri(Writer/Author)Roma-Edoardo Graziani(Photographer)Bologna-Roy H.Wagner ASC(Cinematographer)N.Y.-Duane C.Manwiller(Camera Operator,Cinematographer)L.A.