Pan's Labyrinth
“The decisions that I make now are not based on my personal taste, but based on what the story requires,” the Oscar-winning production designer told IndieWire. “That’s when you realize the narrative power of the craft.”
Del Toro turned down "every superhero movie" to make "Pan's," but for its 15th anniversary, the Oscar winner breaks down just how "insane" production was.
It will expand the folklore on which his beloved film is based.
Both actors recently attended a special screening hosted by the Academy to honor the beloved Guillermo del Toro film.
"Creation without risk is chitter-chatter," wrote the "Pan's Labyrinth" director from a bench in Paris, naturally.
Robert Altman's "Short Cuts" and Luis García Berlanga’s 1963 dark comedy, “The Executioner" also form part of the esteemed catalogue.
The Criterion Collection will release the film this fall.
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