Embedded: A Q&A with Iraq in Fragments director James Longley - Page 2

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Conceptualizing the movie while shooting it, I was always thinking, "What's this shot going to look like on the big screen?" Having that in your mind the whole time changes the way you imagine it, changes the way you shoot; it changes everything. I want to shoot the next film in high-def 3-D [laughs]. (Max Goldberg)
IRAQ IN FRAGMENTS
Opens Nov. 10 in Bay Area theaters
www.iraqinfragments.com

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