DP Eve M. Cohen Discusses Virtual Reality and Crowdfunding


In part I of this interview, cinematographer Eve M. Cohen talked about working on the independent feature Be Somebody. In the second part of the interview, she talks about her experience with shooting for virtual reality projects, as well as…  Read more

By Aug 26, 2016

Shooting While Skating: DP Steve Holleran on The Land

Steve Holleran on the set of The LandSteve Holleran on the set of The Land

In the opening scene of The Land, an unseen guidance counselor lays out possible futures for the film’s four high school protagonists. It’s lives as mechanics and welders, blue-collar jobs that once promised entrance into a thriving middle class that…  Read more

By Aug 25, 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

Racism in Baltimore via Pest Control: Theo Anthony on Rat Film

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An ethnographic and sociological nonfiction horror film, Theo Anthony’s Rat Film is a free-form experience with topical relevance. Long burdened by a documented history of residential segregation, Baltimore, Maryland —  Anthony’s current place of residence — has served as a recent political…  Read more

By Aug 19, 2016

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