How we created "Lord of the Rings" on film
Published 30 September 2004
Barrie Osborne describes the working methods of the producer, director, cast and crew in creating a film.
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- Published 30 September 2004Seven Quick QuestionsMembers of the Carleton community pose seven quick questions to Barrie Osborne, producer of the "Lord of the Rings" films.
- Published 27 September 2004My major at CarletonBarrie Osborne talks about his studies as a student at Carleton
- Published 30 September 2004What I Look for in Producing a FilmBarrie Osborne describes the qualities he looks for in deciding to produce a film.
- Published 30 September 2004Hard Work and TalentBarrie Osborne describes what it takes to succeed in the film business
- Published 30 September 2004The Lord of the Rings RaffleThe Carleton audience participates in a drawing for Lord of the Rings memorabilia.
- Published 30 September 2004How we created "Lord of the Rings" on filmBarrie Osborne describes the working methods of the producer, director, cast and crew in creating a film.
- Published 30 September 2004What makes a movie work ?What makes one film successful and another film fail ?
- Published 30 September 2004Saturday at the Movies with BarrieBarrie Osborne introduces a screening of "Cutter's Way"
- Published 21 June 2006North Country Film Colloquium
Students discuss the experience of Film Colloquium 2005, where they met North Country director Niki Caro and producer Doug Claybourne.
- Created 10 December 2001; Published 3 March 2003Barrie Osborne '66 on The Lord of the RingsBarrie Osborne '66, producer of "The Lord of the Rings," says he was inspired to get into movies when a fellow student at Carleton College made a film as a class project. Listen to MPR's interview with Osborne.
- Created 16 April 2004; Published 28 April 2004Convocation: Barrie OsborneIn addition to his work on "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy, Barrie Osborne was executive producer for the worldwide box office blockbuster and groundbreaking special effects award-winner "The Matrix". A 1966 Carleton graduate, Osborne entered the film industry in 1970 as an apprentice editor and assistant production manager. Osborne spoke about the role of special effects in advancing a narrative in his presentation on "Storytelling and Technology."