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Behind-the-scenes documentary about the making of director Steven Spielberg's 1997 film "The Lost World." Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Steven Spielberg ... Himself

Michael Crichton ... Himself

Richard Attenborough ... Himself

Jeff Goldblum ... Himself

Gerald R. Molen ... Himself

Julianne Moore ... Herself

David Koepp ... Himself

Vince Vaughn ... Himself

Pete Postlethwaite ... Himself

Rick Carter ... Himself
Colin Wilson ... Himself
Michael Lantieri ... Himself

Stan Winston ... Himself
Jack Horner ... Himself

Kathleen Kennedy ... Herself

Janusz Kaminski ... Himself

Dennis Muren ... Himself

Ned Gorman ... Himself
Paul Giacoppo ... Himself
Randy Dutra ... Himself (as Randal M. Dutra)

Miguel A. Fuertes ... Himself
George Hull ... Himself
Danny Gordon Taylor ... Himself
Rick Schulze ... Himself

John Williams ... Himself

Directed by
Laurent Bouzereau 
 
Writing credits
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Laurent Bouzereau 

Produced by
Laurent Bouzereau .... producer
 
Film Editing by
David Palmer 
 
Production Management
Colleen A. Benn .... executive in charge of production: Universal
Michelle Montanez .... executive in charge of production: Amblin
 
Sound Department
Mark Burton .... sound mixer
David Martin .... sound
Ray Soldiuk .... sound sweetening
 
Camera and Electrical Department
David Martin .... camera operator
 
Editorial Department
Tia Fiala .... post-production
Tawny Harrison .... post-production
Juanita Jordan .... post-production
Richard Russell .... on-line editor
 
Other crew
Michelle Fandetti .... archivist
George Marrero .... assistant: Ms. Benn
 
Thanks
Steven Asbell .... special thanks
Leslie Barnett .... special thanks
Ken Blackwell .... special thanks
Bonnie Curtis .... special thanks
Stefan Dechant .... special thanks
Sven E. Fahlgren .... special thanks
Erica Frauman .... special thanks
Marc Fusco .... special thanks
Brad Goodman .... special thanks
Pablo Helman .... special thanks
Michael Kahn .... special thanks
Stephen Kenneally .... special thanks
Mark A. Kurtz .... special thanks (as Mark Kurtz)
Marvin Levy .... special thanks
David Lowery .... special thanks (as Dave Lowery)
Elizabeth Nye .... special thanks
Michelle Oakes .... special thanks
Ellen Pasternack .... special thanks
Miles Perkins .... special thanks
Kevin Rafferty .... special thanks
Julie Regan .... special thanks
Amanda Ronai-Dahle .... special thanks
Susan Ross .... special thanks
Lisa Serra .... special thanks
Ben Snow .... special thanks
Robert T. Walker .... special thanks
Keri Wilson .... special thanks
Nagisa Yamamoto .... special thanks (as Nagissa Yamamoto)
 

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2 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Awesome, 22 January 2005
Author: Fiendish_Dramaturgy from .: Fiendish Writings in the Dark :.

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

For a documentary short, this is quite informative. We are given quality screen time (as in the Making of Jurassic Park) with Steven Spielberg, explaining the conception, the inspirations, the designs, and the execution of these concepts.

Crichton speaks up, and we are treated with some behind the scenes levity featuring Richard Attenborough, and a total and complete documentation of every aspect of the Lost World.

I found this documentary particularly enjoyable in that it explains how American audiences became jaded. We went from, "Can they do the dinosaurs?" to "Yeah, sure you can do dinosaurs. But what can you do ~with~ them?" I found that attitude very refreshing.

While most people found this the weakest installment of this line, this second installment is, by far, my favorite of the run. I, therefore, found this authoritative work to be highly informative and entertaining.

My only gripe? It could've (should've) been longer. 53 minutes just wasn't enough.

It rates a Documentary Scale 9.7/10 from...

the Fiend :.

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