Interviews - Cinematographers


“The Biggest Goal is to Keep the Story Visually Interesting”: DP Tarin Anderson on Corporate Animals

Demi Moore in Corporate Animals

Corporate Animals gives Demi Moore a rare chance to show her comic skills. As Lucy, the awful CEO of a new company, Incredible Edibles, Moore orders her employees on a team-building exercise/retreat via a New Mexico cave. When the workers…  Read more

By Feb 5, 2019

DP Jomo Fray on Selah and the Spades and Drawing Inspiration From Rihanna’s ANTI

Lovie Simone in Selah and the Spades

Tayarisha Poe is a former 25 New Face of Film; her feature debut, Selah and the Spades, teams her with another New Face, cinematographer Jomo Fray. The titular Selah (Lovie Simone) attends a prep school where, with ferocious discipline, she manages…  Read more

By Feb 4, 2019

“The Very Opening is Always the Hardest to Cut “: Editors Elisa Bonora and Veronica Pinkham on David Crosby: Remember My Name

David Crosby in David Crosby: Remember My Name (photo by A.J. Eaton)

Legendary musician (and salty Twitter presence) David Crosby hits the tour road again in David Crosby: Remember My Name, an intimate biographical portrait by A.J. Eaton. The film, which premiered at Sundance, had two editors. Via email, both Elisa Bonora and…  Read more

By Feb 4, 2019

“Using Negative Fill to Create Unease”: DP Tom Comerford on The Hole in the Ground

James Quinn Markey in The Hole in the Ground (courtesy of Sundance Institute)

The feature directorial debut from Irish filmmaker Lee Cronin, The Hole in the Ground follows the ominous goings-on after a couple and their young child move to a new cottage in rural Ireland (where their neighbors include Aki Kaurismäki regular Kati Outinen).…  Read more

By Feb 4, 2019

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