Discuss Ghostbusters: Afterlife, released on November 19, 2021 and directed by Jason Reitman.
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One time wrote: October 3rd, 2023, 1:18 pm Francois Audouy:

https://assets.adg.org/media/submission ... ressed.pdf

His own website also has very interesting concept drawings:

https://www.audouy.com/case-studies/gho ... afterlife/
This is the Making of artbook that came out already. But this is a great find, lot of images to pull from. I've moved this thread to the Afterlife section.
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mrmichaelt wrote: October 3rd, 2023, 5:09 pm
One time wrote: October 3rd, 2023, 1:18 pm Francois Audouy:

https://assets.adg.org/media/submission ... ressed.pdf

His own website also has very interesting concept drawings:

https://www.audouy.com/case-studies/gho ... afterlife/
This is the Making of artbook that came out already. But this is a great find, lot of images to pull from. I've moved this thread to the Afterlife section.
Thanks :)

But Re: artbook

Are you sure?

I believe the (official) artbook is by Ozzy Inguanzo (Ghostbusters: Afterlife - The Art and Making of the Movie).

This appears to be just a pdf made by the production designer Francois Audouy.
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One time wrote: October 3rd, 2023, 6:54 pm
mrmichaelt wrote: October 3rd, 2023, 5:09 pm
This is the Making of artbook that came out already. But this is a great find, lot of images to pull from. I've moved this thread to the Afterlife section.
Thanks :)

But Re: artbook

Are you sure?

I believe the (official) artbook is by Ozzy Inguanzo (Ghostbusters: Afterlife - The Art and Making of the Movie).

This appears to be just a pdf made by the production designer Francois Audouy.
So this is what’s called a “for your consideration” marketing material. Studios, or individuals, do these and send them out to all the various award campaigns. Guild awards, Academy awards etc.
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One time wrote: October 3rd, 2023, 6:54 pm But Re: artbook

Are you sure?

I believe the (official) artbook is by Ozzy Inguanzo (Ghostbusters: Afterlife - The Art and Making of the Movie).

This appears to be just a pdf made by the production designer Francois Audouy.
What Richard said but Audouy definitely borrows lot of quotes as well as uses images that were used in the book (that he contributed). There a couple new ones like photos of the underground lab, Ray's Occult, Farmhouse study etc. on the website and in the pdf.
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mrmichaelt wrote: October 4th, 2023, 5:16 am There a couple new ones like photos of the underground lab
It was probably somewhat obvious now that I think about it, but given the clusters of wires disappearing into the ceiling of the lab, the photo of the set appears to confirm it's located directly underneath the field of Traps Egon had laid.
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One time wrote: October 3rd, 2023, 1:18 pm Francois Audouy:

https://assets.adg.org/media/submission ... ressed.pdf

His own website also has very interesting concept drawings:

https://www.audouy.com/case-studies/gho ... afterlife/

Francois Audouy’s release of a making-of book for Afterlife is an exciting development for fans and aspiring filmmakers alike. His behind-the-scenes insights into the production design process offer a unique glimpse into the creative efforts that bring a film to life. For students who are inspired by such works and need help articulating their thoughts or improving their writing skills, platforms like https://chat.openai.com/g/g-a0ULgFcuZ-essay-helper can provide valuable support. This book promises to be a treasure trove of knowledge for anyone interested in the art of film production design.
wow, that`s great! thanks for sharing

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