Interviews - Cinematographers


Tribeca 2017: Five Questions for Flames DP Ashley Connor


Flames marks cinematographer Ashley Connor’s third feature collaboration with filmmaker, artist and performer Josephine Decker — she previously lensed Decker’s Thou Wast Mild and Lovely and Butter on the Latch — but this time there’s a twist. Decker “co-directed for…  Read more

By Apr 25, 2017

Surveying Inner Landscapes

Dan Stevens and Rachel Keller in Legion (Photo by Michelle Faye/Courtesy of F/X)

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By Apr 13, 2017

DP Toby Oliver on Get Out, Cheating the Sunken Place and Color Grading Trailers

Get Out

Sometimes you have to go where the market pushes you. And after nearly twenty years behind the camera, the market suddenly wants Toby Oliver to shoot horror films. The Australian cinematographer lensed three fright flicks last year alone, all for the…  Read more

By Apr 7, 2017

“It’s Black or White to Me, a Frame that I Like or Don’t Like”: Drew Xanthopoulos on Lensing Discreet

With three new films on the horizon, I sat down with cinematographer Drew Xanthopoulos in the week leading up to the Berlinale World Premiere of Discreet. As part of the producing team of Discreet, I know the film intimately, and…  Read more

By Apr 6, 2017

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