AC's visit to the Canadian set of the Netflix apocalypse road movie How It Ends yielded our in-depth piece on the work of Peter Flinckenberg, FSC — who's pictured above — as well as that of director David M. Rosenthal and their intrepid crew. With the aid of a “Top Rider” stunt car, a follow bus carrying the production crew, and the latest remote-control technologies, the filmmakers captured all of the feature's driving scenes in-camera on real roads. They also made prolific use of Whitepoint Optics tilt-shift lenses for some beautiful and eerie exteriors.
As we weren't able to include all the behind-the-scenes photos, lighting diagrams, unit shots and frame grabs that came our way, we've put together this photo gallery as a companion to the September-issue article.
Behind the Scenes
Unit Shots and Frame Grabs
Behind-the-scenes photos courtesy of Peter Flinckenberg, FSC; Jani Lehtinen; and Tai Duncan. Diagrams courtesy of Jani Lehtinen. Unit photography by Eric Zachanowich. All photos courtesy of Netflix.