Pottering about the 'Prisoner' set

Published October 11, 2003 at 7:38 PM
by Cheeser
from Wizard News (via Mid-Day)

Reporter Noel De Souza, who is friends with Potter 3 director Alfonso CuarĂ³n, visited him on the set of the film and was nice enough to write a little articleopens in new window to share observations with the rest of us muggles:

The sets themselves are amazingly real, enormous and done with painstaking detailing. I walked into the great hall not believing it was a set but a real structure from an ancient past.

David Thewlis, who plays Remus Lupin, the new Defense Against the Darks Arts teacher, tells me: "The difference between this film and the two other Harry Potter films will be very apparent even to the untrained eye. Just the way it's being shot, the director is using extremely wide lenses on extremely close shots and the camera is moving in quite extraordinary ways."

Movies » Actors » David Thewlis
Movies » Crew » Alfonso Cuaron
Movies » Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

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