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George Lucas

"We are moving into a different era in terms of cinematic experience. I liken it more to the move from painting frescos in the mid-15th century - when you had to finish that piece of plaster that day otherwise you couldn't go on. Now we've moved into the era of oil paintings, which gave the artist more control and more time to think about what they're doing." I think that it was Han Solo who commented that Lucas would make a film without human actors if the CGI technology was good enough. It's interesting that while many in the [plastic] arts are heralding the end of the artist as individual, replaced instead by the collaborative, much the opposite is happening in film. via hack the planet.

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