Ron Howard Breaks Down a Cave Diving Scene from ‘Thirteen Lives’ | Vanity Fair

Director Ron Howard breaks down a cave diving scene from new film ‘Thirteen Lives’ starring Colin Farrell, Viggo Mortensen and Joel Edgerton. From teaching the cast and crew to cave dive to Colin Farrell shooting his own scenes in tight underwater spaces, Howard breaks down the intricacies and difficulties of filming his new rescue mission thriller.

Ron Howard’s THIRTEEN LIVES tells the incredible true story of the harrowing rescue mission that saved the lives of twelve boys and their coach from entrapment in the Tham Luang cave, is streaming Globally on Prime Video!

Director: Ashley Hall
Director of Photography: Sam Chatterjee
Editor: Cory Stevens
Talent: Ron Howard
Producer: Adam Lance Garcia
Line Producer: Jen Santos
Associate Producer: Emebeit Beyene
Production Manager: Andressa Pelachi
Production Coordinators: Peter Brunette, Carol Wachockier
Casting Producer or Talent Booker: Tara Burke
Camera Operators: Shay Eberle-Gunst, Donavyn Suffel
Audio: Mike Faner
Production Assistants: Fernando Barajas, Eric Bittencourt
Post Production Supervisor: Marco Glinbizzi
Post Production Coordinator: Andrea Farr

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