Interstellar Kritik (2)

Ich bin ja ein wenig über mich selbst erstaunt, wie kühl und gelassen ich im letzten PewCast Christopher Nolans Interstellar besprach und wie intensiv mich der Film dann doch seither im vergangenen Monat beschäftigt hat. Im Netz wurde viel zum Film geschrieben und veröffentlicht, manches fand den Weg auch hier in den Blog. Einiges davon hatte ich schon hier im November verbloggt, anderes musste warten. Die Sachen haben sich jetzt alle so angestaut, dass ich alle Links, Videos und die unglaublich großartigen TARS Kinoposter gesammelt in einem Masterpost bringe. Take it away!

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ThePlaylist: Watch: Christopher Nolan And Kip Thorne Discuss The Physics of ‘Interstellar’ Plus Featurette On Hans Zimmer’s Score

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FirstShowing: What If TARS from ‘Interstellar’ Had a Real Career on the Big Screen?

We made it clear earlier this week: TARS is the best part of Interstellar. He’s just so monolithic and pithy. (Read our interview with the man who voiced TARS, Bill Irwin.) TARS is so great that he got us wondering what he might look like in other movies: dramas, rom-coms, comic-book movies — anything. Everything!

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Vulture: Bill Irwin on Voicing and Puppeteering TARS in Interstellar

Chris first described those four plints, solids, and they’re infinitely articulate thanks to highly developed circuitry within the machine. Any time Chris could get something to work on camera, sometimes shoving the thing. “Make the finger come out!”

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SoundWorks Collection – The Sound of Interstellar from Michael Coleman on Vimeo.

In this exclusive SoundWorks Collection sound profile we talk with Supervising Sound Editor and Sound Designer Richard King about the sound teams extensive work on Director Christopher Nolan’s immersive sci-fi film Interstellar.

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MyFoxNews: Neil deGrasse Tyson on “Interstellar”

For astrophysicists, “Interstellar” is probably like being a kid in a candy store. But how realistic is it? The one and only Neil deGrasse Tyson talks about the realism of “Interstellar” and how the Matthew McConaghey-led space epic stacks up to some of his favorite science fiction flicks.

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Variety: Space Shots – Creating the Worlds of ‘Interstellar’

‘Interstellar’ visual effects supervisor Paul Franklin and cinematographer Hoyte Van Hoytema reveal how Christopher Nolan and his design team created the film’s diverse worlds.

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Moviepilot.com: Do not go gentle into that good night: A Review and Analysis of Christopher Nolan’s INTERSTELLAR

Everything else around or about the film, both plot wise and scientific wise, HAS to revolve around that main emotional story of the father and daughter. This decision by Jonathan Nolan and Christopher Nolan is why the film is the most ambitious film Nolan has done. People tend to approach a Christopher Nolan film like a Stanley Kubrick or David Fincher film, a sort of cold detachment. Up until Interstellar I would agree with that, but Nolan, while owing a debt to Kubrick’s 2001, is more Steven Spielberg via A. I.: Artificial Intelligence, and perhaps the film Interstellar is most like, is a Robert Zemeckis film, Contact (1997), also starring Matthew McConaughey. The Grapes Of Wrath, The Abyss, The Right Stuff, Contact, A.I., An Inconvenient Truth, and Gravity are more what Nolan’s Interstellar is in the vein of.

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Spiegel Online: Physiker über “Interstellar”: “Wurmlöcher gibt es wahrscheinlich gar nicht”

Physiker sind von Weltraum-Actionfilmen meist weniger angetan, denn die Gesetze der Natur werden im Kino gerne übertreten. Doch das Echo der Experten auf “Interstellar” ist überwiegend positiv: “Mir hat der Film sehr gut gefallen”, sagt etwa Ertan Göklü vom Zentrum für angewandte Raumfahrttechnologie und Mikrogravitation (ZARM) der Uni Bremen. “Von den physikalischen Hintergründen ist er sicher der beste derartige Film, den ich kenne.” Die Fachbegriffe würden richtig angewendet und nicht einfach so eingestreut wie in anderen Filmen.

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FXguide: Real and raw: the miniature fx behind Interstellar

‘You need to attach the camera to the model,’ commented Interstellar director Christopher Nolan to Ian Hunter, the visual effects supervisor from New Deal Studios responsible for overseeing the film’s miniature effects, including the current scene Nolan had been reviewing of the spaceship Endurance being badly damaged after a docking accident. ‘But the model explodes,’ noted Hunter, concerned that an expensive VistaVision camera might become no more. But Nolan was resolute. ‘Yes, but you need to attach the model to the camera.’

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FirstShowing: Learn Science of ‘Interstellar’ in Discovery Channel’s Special

This is The Discovery Channel special on the actual HARD SCIENCE behind the concepts of wormholes and quantum singularities explored in the upcoming science fiction epic “Interstellar” from visionary director Christopher Nolan.

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Business Insider: Neil deGrasse Tyson Explains The End of “Interstellar”

Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson saw ‘Interstellar’ and then came by Business Insider to explain what the ending means – and if it’s scientifically sound.