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Kelly Reichardt on Shooting Certain Women on 16mm, the Ugliness of the Day, and Making the Space Tell the Story

Michelle Williams in Certain Women (Photo by Nicole Rivelli/Courtesy of IFC Films)Michelle Williams in Certain Women (Photo by Nicole Rivelli/Courtesy of IFC Films)

In the more than two decades since her stunning debut film River of Grass premiered at Sundance in 1994, Kelly Reichardt has managed to carve out a unique niche for herself in the independent film world. Her distinctive and uncompromising body of work…  Read more

By Oct 14, 2016

Canon Surprises With Two Camera Announcements

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Canon has announced two new cameras, one expected, the other a bit of a surprise: the Canon 5D Mark IV and the Canon C700 Cinema Camera. Ever since the amazing success of the Canon 5D Mark II, the announcement of…  Read more

By Sep 8, 2016

86 Pages in 12 Days: DP Eve M. Cohen on Shooting Be Somebody

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Eve M. Cohen studied art as a painter and a photographer in undergrad, and received a Master’s in cinematography from UCLA. Beginning work in narrative film and documentary, she has most recently been diving into virtual reality, and filming interviews…  Read more

By Aug 24, 2016

Because Breaking Up is Hard to Do

Students getting “hands-on” during the University of Washington’s DXARTS summer filmmaking program (Photo courtesy of Al'n Duong)Students getting “hands-on” during the University of Washington’s DXARTS summer filmmaking program (Photo courtesy of Al'n Duong)

As a cinematographer, I’m always looking for the perfect marriage: the director I can lock eyes with to communicate volumes without uttering a word. Someone who knows how to use my work to its best potential, who can challenge my ideas…  Read more

By Jul 25, 2016


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