‘Mrs. Maisel’ Meets ‘Goodfellas’: How Steadicams and Dance Moves Bring Dialogue to Life
With “Gilmore Girls,” creators Amy Sherman-Palladino and Dan Palladino defined their show with dialogue that exhibited a distinct cadence and whip-smart wit.
Using The CW show’s extremely limited resources, the duo put what little time they had into long walk-and-talk master shots in which the scene’s rhythm stemmed from pacing the performances.“’Gilmore Girls’ was like the greatest gig in the entire world,” said Sherman-Palladino when she and Palladino were recent guests on IndieWire’s Filmmaker Toolkit podcast.
“We were sort of ran crazy over the Warner Bros.
We were really left alone and we got to really sort of hone in and develop our style of storytelling and rhythm, but we never had a dime.”Subscribe via Apple Podcasts to the Filmmaker Toolkit PodcastWith “The Marvelous Mrs.
Maisel,” the team was determined to only make the show if they had the resources to create a
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