Greg Harrison's November won the cinematography prize at Sundance for d.p. Nancy Schreiber. Jason Peterson reports. Plus: Producing November: The Power of a Brand.
Scott Macaulay talks with Kevin Asher Green, director of the Slamdance-winning Homework. Plus: Doing the Math on Homework.
Shane Carruth's Primer was the surprise winner of the 2004 Sundance Grand Jury Prize. Scott Macaulay unravels the film's secrets with Carruth.
With less than $300, Jonathan Caouette made the experimental documentary Tarnation. Now, he's an A-list festival darling. By Andy Bailey.
Josh Zeman talks to 14 cinematographers, gaffers and grips about their favorite new gadgets.
Last fall, journalist Michael Luongo arrived in Afghanistan expecting trouble. Instead, he found the beginnings of a vibrant film scene.
The editors report on the 2004 Independent Spirit Awards.
Filmmakers respond to Peter Biskind's Down and Dirty Pictures.
Argentina has become popular as a location for American filmmakers. Richard Shpuntoff reports.
Can digital projection handle the work of Hollywood's top cinematographers? Kerrie Mitchell investigates.
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