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William Cameron Menzies

William Cameron Menzies

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  • Visionary among Visionaries !

    • Norman Shepard
    • 2009-03-26

    William Cameran Menzies, will long be remembered for his vision of ideologies, transformed through proportion and sleek design. Never one to waste a definition for a scene to make a statement, Menzies often used gigantic proportion to emphasize impact of emotions and philosophies. Along with color and style , to emphasize or dramatize the moment, and truly achieve a unique impact on the audience, either subtlety or overstated. His creativity has never been surpassed, and rarely equalled. His supreme achievement , in my opinion, was the often overlooked classic, "Invaders From Mars." This little gem had hidden statements of totalitarian governments, with only a single thought to unite them. A warning for todays leaders, and future generations. William Cameron Menzies, will always stand for the highest standards in Production Design and Achievement of Art in Film.

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