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Filmography: Tim Burton Has Always Found Dreams in Reality

Featuring discussions on Ed Wood, Big Fish, Sweeney Todd, and Big Eyes

Ed Wood, Big Fish, Sweeney Todd, Big Eyes, Tim Burton, Filmography
Ed Wood, Big Fish, Sweeney Todd, Big Eyes
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    Our fourth season of Filmography, on the films of genre-blending dreamer Tim Burton, continues with our second episode, “Adult Burton”. This week, CoS Film/TV Editor Dominick Suzanne-Mayer is joined by senior writer Allison Shoemaker and film critic Caroline Siede to discuss Burton’s approaches to more emotionally and dramatically mature material, the ways in which “adaptation” has been an ever-shifting concept throughout decades of Burton’s work, the complications that arose when he took on Stephen Sondheim, and much more.

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    This week’s discussion is focused around the following features:

    Chapters: Introduction (0:11), Burton Gothic: A Discussion (1:28), Ed Wood (10:04), Big Fish (25:01), Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (41:37), Big Eyes (1:02:21), Intermission (1:12:54), Sight [Cinematography/Editing/Visuals] (1:12:57), The Lasting Image (1:33:52), Music & Score (1:38:04), Closing Remarks (1:48:41)

    We’ll see you next Thursday, April 11th, for our third episode: “Burton’s Whimsy”.

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    In case you missed them, full seasons are currently available surrounding the filmographies of Wes Anderson, Stanley Kubrick, and John Carpenter.

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