Movie Remixes

Movie Remixes
Innovation

On the latest issue of Wired, writer Xeni Jardin asked director Steven Soderbergh what major impact technology was having on filmmaking. Then, an established figure finally said it: I'd like...

Jason Tan
  • 21 november 2005

On the latest issue of Wired, writer Xeni Jardin asked director Steven Soderbergh what major impact technology was having on filmmaking. Then, an established figure finally said it:

"I’d like to do multiple versions of the same film. I often do very radical cuts of my own films just to experiment, shake things up, and see if anything comes of it. I think it would be really interesting to have a movie out in release and then, just a few weeks later say: Here’s version 2.0, recut, rescored."

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