Tuesday, March 31, 2009

More photos from the set of Howl:

James Franco, with directors Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman, on the set of Howl.

Director Jeffrey Friedman watches a scene play out in the courtroom

Director of Photography Ed Lachman

Director Rob Epstein in the courtroom set.

Script supervisor Tony Pettine discusses a scene with directors Jeffrey Friedman and Rob Epstein in the courtroom.

Assistant Director Tom Fatone and 2nd 2nd Assistant Director Kim Thompson in the courtroom set.


SARAHSPY said...

thanks for the inside glimpse. these are great!

wasabipress said...

is Shig Murao also part of the script? it would be blasephemy to leave out the most ironic character in the HOWL story- the Japanese American who is put into American internment camps, then serves in occupied Tokyo in the US Army, who then becomes the long-time manager of City Lights bookstore and who is actually arrested by the SF police for selling HOWL and actually goes to jail. Ginsberg was in Tangier, and Ferlinghetti was in Big Sur- Shig was the one who took the fall. I'm curious to know...