Steven Spielberg directed some of the best films of all time, especially the critically acclaimed films of the 1990s. Jurassic Park and Schindler’s List, talked about how he made these films that year.
Jurassic Park and Schindler’s List both were released in 1993, and Spielberg had to enlist extra help to get both films out on time.
In a recently released bonus clip The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Spielberg explained that he was working on it Schindler’s List 10 years of “nerve-raising” to make it because “telling this story was very responsible.”
He also revealed that he read Stephen Zaillian’s script for the first time Schindler’s List when he had just finished filming jurassic park This means that there is still a lot of post-production work to be done on this dinosaur adventure.
The director said that he read the script with his wife, Kate Capshaw, and on “page 167” he realized that the film had to be shot in winter in Poland, so he didn’t want to wait another year to start work. he is.
Therefore, he immediately contacted the producer, the current president of Lucasfilm, Kathleen Kennedy, and told her that he should pay attention to her. Jurassic Park until Schindler’s List, still though”[sound] mixing, color correction and sound effects” remained to complete the film.
Fortunately, Spielberg was able to get help Star Wars creator George Lucas to oversee the rest of the sound work Jurassic Park.
He explained, “I asked George Lucas if he would supervise the dubbing. And George came in and dubbed the picture for me.”
Spielberg called Lucas his “best friend ever.”
Ironically, the best dinosaur adventure film, Jurassic Park In 1994, it won Best Sound Effects and Best Sound at the 66th Academy Awards.