Wrote introduction to "Fragments: Portrait from the Inside", the autobiography of André De Toth
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(2011)] really the story of a little boy. But he does become friends with the older Georges Méliès
who was discovered in 1927, or 1928, working in a toy store, completely bankrupt. And then he was revived in a way, with a beautiful gala in 1928, in Paris. And in my film, the cinema itself is the connection - the automaton, the machine itself becomes the emotional connection between the boy,...
According to lifelong collaborator Thelma Schoonmaker
, Marty's favorite facet of the filmmaking process is the editing.
Many of his films feature double-focus shots, which splice together two shots of characters in different depths in order to keep both in focus.