Editor | Peter Bowen
Huffpost Talks to Cary Fukunaga about Period Challenges
Posted March 17, 2011
In his interview with Jane Eyre's director Cary Fukunaga, the Huffington Post’s Marshall Fine asked about the specific issues of filming a classic today. Cary mentions one of the least expected obstacles: "In Derbyshire, there was a big coal-burning electric plant that we had to erase digitally from some shots - along with cell towers and airplanes all over the place....Even the parts of Yorkshire and the moors that were more expansive had things we had to erase in post-production. Those were our special effects."