I was approached back in April by Tracey Llewellyn of QP Magazine who was writing an article on watch placement in movies. Tracey had found the site and asked if I was interested in being interviewed for the article. I graciously accepted and am pleased to say that the (well done) article is available in Issue 42. My bit in the article is below.
Idaho-based watch fan, blogger and founder of watchesinmovies.info, James Enloe states the case: “The way I see it brand placement is a normal part of movie making. Identifying watches in films is fun – a bit like a game I suppose. If I am watching a DVD and spot a watch I check the timestamp and make a note on my phone so that when I’m done I can grab a screen shot! The only time it frustrates me is if I cannot identify a watch being shown.”
You can read the full article via PDF here. Be sure to also check out QP Magazine for other great features and articles from the world of watches.
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