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Dec 29 2014

Interview: Yves Belanger on Shooting Reese's Face as Landscape in "Wild"

I didn't come up with this analogy but it's a good one: Yves Belanger is like Ginger Rogers to Reese Witherspoon's Fred Astaire inWild.He does it backwards.While in heels.While carrying tons of camera equipment!

One of the most beautiful film experiences you can have this year is taking a cathartic hike withWild.The adaptation of Cheryl Strayed's popular memoir has been praised extensively for its heartfelt actressing but less attention has been paid to the indelible contributions of the men recording and dramatizing the journey.In addition to a fantastic sound mix and accomplished editing,the cinematography by Yves Belanger contributes greatly to this film's evocative journey.

Wildis Belanger's second film with Jean Marc-Vallée and I talked to him about his director,his rapport with Reese and capturing the human face as landscape.

NATHANIEL R: I understand you've known Jean-Marc Vallée for a long time so why did it take so long to work togther?It must be going well since you've at work on yourthird consecutive featuretogether.

YVES BELANGER: I met Jean-Marc in 1991.He was starting as a young director in commercials.They matched us together but when he did his first feature,I don't know why,he took someone else.WithC.R.A.Z.Y.it was like bad timing - we spoke about it but the money comes very fast and when he was ready to do it I couldn't.SinceDallas Buyer's Clubwe are back together.

Both of your films together have major movie stars.Do you feel you've gone 'full Hollywood' ?

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