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Bourdain on Noma

bourdainnoma150tl.jpgOn his Tumblr, Parts Unknown host Anthony Bourdain reveals some behind-the-scenes decisions at a recent Noma shoot, which broke from conventional filming techniques. Instead, cameras were "literally suspended by wire from an uncomfortable contraption called an EZ Rig — for every single shot," and were pushed "through spaces large and small while thinking about Terence Malick at all times." [Tumblr; previously]

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