House of Fabelmans
Los Angeles has often had to disguise itself to look like other cities. In The Fabelmans, Needles Street, in a residential neighborhood near Santa Clarita, has become a small New Jersey street. The 19805 house was home to the Fabelman family before they moved to Phoenix, Arizona.
Once upon a time Steven Spieberg
A thinly disguised autobiography of Steven Spieberg, The Fabelmans benefited from the expertise of director of photography Janusz Kaminski. The latter having already worked with the creator ofE.T. on works such as Schindler’s List, The Lost World: Jurassic Park, Saving Private Ryan, Minority Report or Munich and War Horse.
A story of light
Janusz Kaminski told the website Screen Daily about his work on The Fabelmans, his twentieth film with Steven Spielberg: “What I learned from The Fabelmansis we are both fascinated by living your life through movies and making movies for the love of it, and having them be such a big part of your life.“
To create the light for The Fabelmans, Janusz Kaminski was inspired by the lifestyle magazines of the 1960s: “My perception of that period is very innocent. I love beautifying light and beautifying storytelling; I’m not interested in faithfully representing the reality of the ’60s and ’70s. It’s the story of a kid growing up in an almost idyllic environment. And I wanted the story to be bigger than life, more beautiful, romantic. It’s a fable. And the fable allows you to be more theatrical and more classical with the lighting.“
The Fabelmans earned seven Oscar nominations in 2023.
19805 Needles St
Located north of Santa Clarita, on the edge of the city of Los Angeles, this street is lined with beautiful houses.
Between Chatsworth and Northridge, Needles Street is part of a popular residential area. It is also located near the Chatsworth Nature Preserve and offers an undeniable quality of life. The house at 19805, estimated at $1,007,300, has four bedrooms and two bathrooms.
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