All posts by Bob Fisher

  • A 3-D Journey Back to the Future: Behind Robert Richardson’s Work on go here Hugo

    Martin Scorsese’s Hugo takes audiences on a 3-D journey inside an underground train station in Paris during the 1930s. The story revolves around a 12-year-old...

  • Roger Deakins Show True Grit

    With more than 30 features under his belt, Roger Deakins, ASC, BSC is one of the world’s master cinematographers. While Deakins has collaborated with some...

  • Matty Libatique’s Swan Song

    Matty Libatique, ASC was a still photography hobbyist in elementary school. He played the guitar in high school and dreamed about making it his life’s...

  • Film Rules

    Leonard Shelby found himself unable to sleep, tormented by memories he’ll never have, terrified of a future he’d eventually forget. The moonlight coated the apartment...

  • László Kovács & Vilmos Zsigmond: No Subtitles Necessary

    James Chressanthis, ASC has made many new friends since he produced and directed No Subtitles Necessary: László & Vilmos. The documentary chronicles both the friendship...

  • The Taking of Pelham: Then and Now

    go to link The more things change, the more they stay the same. That’s not a bad subtext for a conversation with Owen Roizman, ASC and Tobias Schliessler,...

  • How Peter Donahue Turned a Hobby into One Gigantic Career

    While fairly new to shooting narrative cinema, cinematographer Peter Donahue is no stranger to capturing images. He began his obsession with pictures while growing up...

  • Maryse Alberti Captures the Spirit of The Wrestler

    Cinematographer Maryse Alberti’s career is like one of those old Mickey Rooney movies where a seemingly impossible dream comes true after the hero overcomes daunting...

  • John Bailey Holds Brief Interviews with Hideous Men

    John Bailey, ASC is doing double duty in Utah this year as two of his movies, Brief Interviews With Hideous Men and The Greatest, are...

  • Kevin and David Make a Porno

    For writer-director Kevin Smith and cinematographer David Klein, the first time is a charm. But so is the second, and the third… The longtime collaborators...