In the past month, the movie industry and fans around the world lost two extraordinary talents: cinematographers Haskell Wexler and Vilmos Zsigmond.
A Walk in the Woods, the Ken Kwapis-directed feature that premieres today at the Sundance Film Festival, is an adaption of a memoir written by Bill Bryson about his experiences hiking on the Appalachian Trail.
PBS’ new documentary series, The Roosevelts: An Intimate History, premieres on September 14 with the first of seven two hour episodes set to air on consecutive evenings.
A Perfect Man premieres on cinema screens on November 1. IFC Films is distributing the independent feature film years after it was put on the shelf during postproduction because the original funder was having financial problems.
The Watsons Go to Birmingham, Kenny Leon’s TV movie airing tomorrow night on the Hallmark Channel, takes the audience on an emotional journey some 50 years back in time. The main characters are based on a 1963 novel with the same title by Christopher Paul Curtis, documenting the real-life events that culminate with a horrific hate crime.
Decoding Annie Parker marks the feature film directing debut of indie cinematographer Steven Bernstein, ASC, who has 40 plus cinematography credits to date.
Three Time Oscar Winning Cinematographer Vittorio Storaro Photographs Part One of The Life of Mohammad with Iranian director Majid Majidi.
Harrison Engle was the expert who travelled to South Korea—along with filmmaker Chris Paine and his documentary Revenge of the Electric Car.
Stephen Lighthill shares recommendations for the New Generation of Cinematographers, and talks about the AFI Cinematography program.