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Lighthouses are old and mysterious places by the sea, and many birds and humans on board find their way to land and reach a safe place with their bright lights at sea. The lighthouse Logo font also uses this idea to create a mysterious and old-fashioned style like the 19th century. The film is broadcast in black and white, so the color of the poster and its title also use the color range from white to black. To create movies, posters and old displays, this font can add a mysterious feel to your project.

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From Robert Eggers, the visionary filmmaker behind modern horror masterpiece The Witch, comes this hypnotic and hallucinatory tale of two lighthouse keepers on a remote and mysterious New England island in the 1890s.

A faithful dramatization of Virginia Woolf's novel. A lecturer, his family, the spinster Aunt Lily, an old friend, and a student, Charles Tansley, spend a summer in an isolated house in Cornwall just before World War I. The stern Mr. Ramsay scolds everybody, while Mrs. Ramsay is the linchpin in keeping the family together. Aunt Lily paints, and the family talk about sailing to the lighthouse, but the trip is always postponed.

To the Lighthouse is a 1983 English Film stars Rosemary Harris, Colin Gregg, Virginia Woolf, Michael Gough, Suzanne Bertish, Lynsey Baxter, Pippa Guard, , T.P. McKenna, David Parfitt, Simon Dutton, Nicola Wright, Pippa Guard, Virginia Woolf, Hugh Stoddart, directed by Colin Gregg & music by .22-03-1983

At least, if you can bear it. Robert Eggers' highly-anticipated follow-up to The Witch, The Lighthouse likewise draws its water from the well of creepy early Americana (although the script is very loosely based on a Welsh true story, insanity born of isolation is a common New England maritime theme). In the last decade of the 19th century, Ephraim Winslow (Robert Pattinson) takes a four-week job as a "wickie," tending to a remote and dilapidated lighthouse on an unfriendly hulk of rock in the Atlantic under the apprenticeship of its longtime keeper, Thomas Wake (Willem Dafoe). But the sea has a funny way of playing games with your mind, and in an outburst, Ephraim kills a seagull in spite of the superstition that the birds are the reincarnated souls of drowned sailors. It isn't clear if this is the moment the men's fortunes turn, or if their doom was always waiting for them beneath the surface like an undertow, but a storm soon settles on the island and they are unable to make their expected departure. The situation deteriorates; Pattinson has described filming the latter half of the movie as some of the most "revolting" work he's ever done.

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The story is very loosely based on a real-life tragedy from 1801 (called "The Smalls Lighthouse Tragedy"), in which two Welsh lighthouse keepers, both named Thomas, became trapped on their lighthouse station during a storm. When one man died, it is said to have driven the other mad. Other influences were seafaring literary classics by authors Herman Melville, Robert Louis Stevenson, and the supernaturally tinged cosmic horror tales of H.P. Lovecraft, as well as Algernon Blackwood and Sarah Orne Jewett.

Every building appearing on screen was made for the film. The lighthouse complex was actually two sets: For the exteriors shots, a full-scale, 70-foot lighthouse tower that could withstand 120-kilometer winds on Cape Forchu in Nova Scotia, Canada, a unique outcropping of volcanic rock, was built. The skeleton for the lighthouse was covered with plywood, then wrapped in a thin sheet that resembles brick facing and got torn down after shooting finished. A few of the interiors were filmed there as well, but the majority were built inside soundstages and warehouses outside of Halifax, Nova Scotia. In the writing phase, it became clear that it would be too cramped to maneuver the camera inside the lighthouse tower.

The script didn't explain what Wake and Winslow's characters were seeing when they are staring into the light of the lighthouse. When Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson were playing these scenes, they didn't know either. The script only explained how their characters felt while looking at the light.

In 2012, Robert Eggers' brother, Max Eggers, first had the idea for a contemporary ghost story set in a lighthouse. After years of trying to get The Witch (2015) made, and failing, Eggers turned to his brother, Max, to work on that ghost story, but decided it had to be a period piece after he discovered a real-life tragedy about two Welsh lighthouse keepers in 1801. But this film was put on the back-burner once The Witch (2015) finally was financed and started filming in 2014.

The residents from Yarmouth, Nova Scotia (where the lighthouse set was built) liked it so much that some fought to keep and maintain the fake lighthouse when filming wrapped, but it was removed because of safety issues and because it was only made out of wood.

The Fresnel lighthouse lens fabricated for the movie was a functioning and historically accurate reproduction, which, through its intense reflective capacity, allows light to be visible for 16 miles. Director Robert Eggers and cinematographer Jarin Blaschke discovered it during a research trip to Northern California. They visited Point Cabrillo, the site of a lighthouse dating back to 1909, featuring a working Fresnel lens. There is only one team, Dan Spinella, Lens Preservationist and Kurt Fosburg, U.S. Coast Guard Lampist, that manufacture the lenses today. The team worked with Production Designer Craig Lathrop who directed them to create the style lens he had envisioned.

According to director Robert Eggers, the original script included "a very juvenile shot of a lighthouse moving like an erect penis and a short match-cut to an actual erect penis". A24 and New Regency only agreed to Eggers shooting on 35mm black and white negative if he removed all scenes of full frontal male nudity (including scenes with erections in them) in order to avoid an NC-17 rating.

According to Robert Eggers, the two lead characters represent figures in Greek mythology: Wake represents Proteus, an old prophetic sea-god, who was called the "Old Man of the Sea". Winslow represents Prometheus, a Titan and trickster figure, who defies the gods (Wake's character) by stealing fire (represented by the light of the lighthouse).

Most of the film was shot with a custom cyan filter to replicate orthochromatic film (as stated above) except for the scene where Robert Pattinson's character is finally in the top of the lighthouse, where he seems to be overtaken by the light. This was accomplished by the cinematographer Jarin Blaschke taking off the filter and instead using a light that could switch colors on command. At the beginning of the take, it was set to cyan to replicate the look of the filter, but as Pattinson's character grows more and more insane, Blaschke gradually changed the light to red so it would completely wash out his skin-tones and make the light look more intense on the black-and-white film stock. 350c69d7ab


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