dunkrag wrote:What is the time frame of production on 'Moving Through Time'?
Presumably shot years ago as it has been made on rubbish digital video instead os 1080? Can't think of any other explanation.. And if it was years ago.. where has it been sat all this time?
Between Two Worlds - How was that produced? - is it all ad lib from Ray, Sheryl and Grace or was it 'scripted' to a certain degree... it's bloody amazing and chilling and almost emotional to hear from 'Laura' herself 25 years later...
I believe Moving Through Time was shot in 2008, lasted two hours, and was supposed to have been released on 2008 MK2 Blu Ray of FWWM. Why that didn't happen, I can't remember, but I believe there was an article on dugpa.com about it.
Between Two Worlds (the in-character portion) was entirely scripted by Lynch. That Laura's line "I meet a lot of people with no names" has been mysteriously stuck in my head...
From what I understand, this is what remains from the extensive doc "World of Blue" that Dugpa shot for the original intended Blu-Ray by MK2 in 2010. I believe Dugpa has since removed his post on the matter, but here's an archived version: https://web.archive.org/web/20120330044 ... ld-of-blue
Here's a quote:
One thing I can confirm, which I’ve been holding out on for quite some time is that MK2 is sitting on about 20 hours worth of interviews with the cast and crew that they had commissioned to be shot between September of 2004 and November of 2005, for what they were then planning to be a 2 Disc Special Edition complete with Deleted Scenes. What I have not told anyone up until today is that I know all this because I was the one hired to produce this footage….
Over the course of the next 14 months, I contacted and interviewed 22 of the original cast and crew of the film. The original plan was to have an editor from MK2 fly to California to review the footage, my notes, and then work remotely with me on the documentary while he edited it back in France….
The stories I was able to capture were very genuine, heartfelt, and for a true fan, absolutely amazing. Some stories were ones that we have heard or read about before, but a majority of the stories were ones I had never heard before. What I was slowly putting together was shaping up to finally be something that would cover every facet of Fire Walk With Me from inception to release but it would do so through stories of what it was like to be on the set of this beautiful and magical. This documentary would honor the film and the cast and crew and their amazing contributions.
I should note that I find it interesting that this would be titled "World of Blue", as Charles de Lauzirika was planning on using a similar titles for a doc for the Gold Box Set in 2007.
Charles de Lauzirika: My original proposal, written back in mid-2006, was titled Twin Peaks: The Dream Collection. I figured that was a good title since this set was designed to be a dream come true for fans, but also because so much of Twin Peaks, and David Lynch’s work in general, is rooted in a dark, mysterious and beautiful dream logic. This proposal also included “Fire Walk With Me,” which is distributed here by New Line. The FWWM portion of the proposal included a new making-of documentary I was going to make called “Questions in a World of Blue” along with all of those long-sought-after deleted scenes. I had some preliminary discussions with CBS and New Line about teaming up for the perfect box set, but ultimately, it ended up being too legally complicated to make happen. But it was nice to fantasize about.
I do wish that we'd gotten some more details regarding this - I would love to discuss the doc itself with Dugpa on this forum if possible, as I neglected to do so back in 2010 and the subject seems to have fallen off the radar since.
It'd be awesome to see the full World of Blue as originally envisioned.