Among the many things about the early-70s rock-and-roll scene Cameron Crowe's Almost Famous gets right is the look of the film's concert sequences. Director of photography John Toll and gaffer Randy Woodside enjoyed the design input of an LD who remembers, Kim Killingsworth. "We hashed out what rock-and-roll was in the late 60s, 70s, and early 80s," says Killingsworth, a staff designer at Design Partners, Inc. "In explaining to them the way concerts were then as opposed to now, I said, big ...

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