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Gaumont-Woche (1910)

Gaumont-Woche (1910)

Gaumont-Woche (1910)

Gaumont-Woche (1910)

Gaumont-Woche (1910)

Gaumont-Woche (1910)

Gaumont-Woche (1910)

Gaumont-Woche (1910)

Gaumont-Woche (1910)

Gaumont-Woche (1910)

Gaumont-Woche (1910)

Gaumont-Woche (1910)

O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000). Joel & Ethan Coen's film was one of the first to be entirely digitally colour-graded. Set in 1930s America, the film has an overall sepia colour tone - the saturated colours of reality are replaced by a hand-tinted effect, giving an idealised version of the dusty Mississippi Delta. Cinematographer Roger Deakins spent many post-production weeks de-saturating the colours to achieve the aesthetic of the Great Depression dust  bowl era.

O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000). Joel & Ethan Coen's film was one of the first to be entirely digitally colour-graded. Set in 1930s America, the film has an overall sepia colour tone - the saturated colours of reality are replaced by a hand-tinted effect, giving an idealised version of the dusty Mississippi Delta. Cinematographer Roger Deakins spent many post-production weeks de-saturating the colours to achieve the aesthetic of the Great Depression dust bowl era.

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