Director David MacKenzie’s frighteningly realistic Starred Up has created a new take on the prison drama.
California’s incentives may get a lot more filmmaker friendly.
With over 30 years experience, Cinematographer Mike May (“X-Files,” “Twilight Zone,” Jeepers Creepers and The Presidio) has held every position from grip and focus puller, to camera operator and cinematographer.
Working on the edit side of SNL brings new meaning to ‘tight deadline’.
Justin Lader’s scriptment for the genre-bending The One I Love follows a couple falling apart amidst, without giving too much away, the discovery of a very eccentric guesthouse.
Never has a smartphone camera been quite gallant enough to take on the 5D Mark III like it’s nobody’s business.
In his 2011 breakthrough feature Another Earth, director Mike Cahill created stunning visuals while exploring sci-fi through intricate character development.
Blackmagic’s 4K URSA camera peaked the interest of filmmakers at 2014’s NAB, and some of the first test footage is nothing short of gorgeous.
Matthew Weiner, through his work on "Mad Men,"has mastered subtlety and character development in a strikingly fresh way.
For those who have wanted to take an intro course to cinematography, there’s now a free option online that clocks just under forty minutes.
Steven Soderbergh’s "The Knick" Reimagines New York
The Lens Conversation: What to Put in Front of Your Camera
Ron Howard’s "In the Heart of the Sea" Shoots the Canary Islands
Proposed California Tax Credit Expansion Heads to Senate Floor
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