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Filmography: Tim Burton Turned Blockbusters Into Pop Art

Bats, cats, penguins, martians, and apes takeover this week's discussion

Batman, Batman Returns, Mars Attacks, Planet of the Apes, Fillmography, Tim Burton
Batman, Batman Returns, Mars Attacks, Planet of the Apes
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    Our fourth season of Filmography, on the films of genre-blending dreamer Tim Burton, continues with our fourth episode, “Pop Burton”. This week, CoS Film/TV Editor and host Dominick Suzanne-Mayer is joined by editor-in-chief Michael Roffman and The Fifth Dimension contributor Samantha Kuykendall. Together, they discuss the larger influence Burton’s style has had on modern blockbuster films, the speed with which he became confident in his filmmaking, the genre-changing triumphs of his superhero work, and much more.

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    This week’s discussion is focused around the following features:

    Chapters: Introduction (0:11), Pop Burton: A Discussion (1:47), Batman (9:50), Batman Returns (31:59), Mars Attacks! (48:09), Planet of the Apes (1:03:03), Intermission (1:16:53), Sight [Cinematography/Editing/Visuals] (1:16:57), The Lasting Image (1:46:10), Sound [Music & Score] (1:50:36), Closing Remarks (2:04:24)

    We’ll see you next Thursday, April 25th, for our fifth episode and season finale: “Burton in Stop-Motion”.

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    In case you missed them, full seasons are currently available surrounding the filmographies of Wes Anderson, Stanley Kubrick, and John Carpenter.

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