Interviews - Cinematographers


Color, Crews and Shooting Digitally: Ed Lachman and Vittorio Storaro at NYFF 2017

Vittorio Storaro and Ed Lachman

One of the highlights of the 55th New York Film Festival was the Master Class with Vittorio Storaro and Ed Lachman. Hosted by Kent Jones, the 90-minute presentation covered a wide range of subjects and also included key clips from…  Read more

By Oct 13, 2017

It Comes at Night DP Drew Daniels on New Lenses, Old Dogs and Using Actors as Bounce Cards

It Comes at Night

As the end credits rolled after my screening of Trey Edward Shults’s It Comes at Night, a perturbed woman behind me angrily groused, “This is bullshit. WHAT comes at night?” In her defense, the mesmerizing trailer for the film from…  Read more

By Sep 29, 2017

Directors Josh and Benny Safdie and Cinematographer Sean Price Williams Talk Shooting Good Time in NYC on 35mm at IFP Week

Sean Price Williams, Benny Safdie, Josh Safdie at IFP Week

Directors Josh and Benny Safdie and cinematographer Sean Price Williams go way back. Their latest collaboration, the crime thriller Good Time, is the trio’s fourth joint effort. They’re not only used to each other; they’ve also been through some real…  Read more

By Sep 20, 2017

The Color of the Future: Roger Deakins on Blade Runner 2049

Blade Runner 2049 (Photo courtesy of Alcon Entertainment)

There isn’t much left that legendary cinematographer Roger Deakins hasn’t done behind a camera. He’s shot science fiction, war movies, biopics and westerns. He’s dabbled in gorgeous black and white and lensed a Bond film. He’s forged rewarding collaborations with…  Read more

By Sep 14, 2017

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