Steven Soderbergh talks to Fast Company‘s Co.Create why he wanted his turn-of-the-century period series, The Knick, to feel nothing but contemporary, and how he used handheld cameras and modern music to achieve that goal.
He says, “I wanted it to feel like it was happening right now. I wanted the aesthetic to be participatory. It’s not an approach you identify with a period film.”
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