Lights! Camera! Geritol!
Today’s stars keep themselves in better shape than ever before, and audiences seem to like that....
Last Exit to Film Geekdom
Film geeks like to show off; it’s in their job description. Whether it’s debating the merits...
Harry Potter’s World Comes to a City Near You
It’s really impossible to hear something like “sorting hat” or “invisibility cloak” and not feel at...
Kodak Named Technology Sponsor at Tribeca Film Festival
The Tribeca Film Festival has selected the Eastman Kodak Company as its official Technology Sponsor. Kodak...
Website Lets You Create Your Truman Show
Ed Harris’ character Christof in Peter Weir’s Oscar-nominated The Truman Show put the appeal of reality...
Robert Elswit: Blood, Sweat and Oscar
There Will Be Blood earned both Oscar and American Society of Cinematographers Outstanding Achievement Award nominations...
Juno Storms the Spirit Awards
Juno cleaned up at Film Independent’s Spirit Awards last night, taking home awards for Best Feature,...
MovieMaker Goes for the Gold
Academy members may have the final say on who will walk away with the gold at...
Roger Deakins Scores Two Oscar Nominations
Roger Deakins, ASC, BSC earned his sixth and seventh Oscar and American Society of Cinematographers Outstanding...
Arthur Max Sets the Scene in American Gangster
It took many years and several college degrees before Arthur Max began his work in film....
BAFTA Award Winners Announced
This year’s British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) award winners are official. In addition...
Janusz Kaminski on The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
Janusz Kaminski earned his fourth Academy Award nomination for his striking cinematography on Julian Schnabel’s The...
Seamus McGarvey Talks Atonement
Though this year’s Oscar ceremony may be Seamus McGarvey’s first as a nominee, the cinematographer is...
Stephen Goldblatt’s War on Film
Though he’s best known for his work as an in-demand cinematographer, Stephen Goldblatt has also worked...
Robert Elswit Wins the ASC Outstanding Achievement Award
Robert Elswit, ASC won the feature film competition for There Will Be Blood at the 22nd...
Top 10 Movie Cities 2008
When working on a project as research-intensive as this one, the word you never want to...
ASC Nominees Earn Oscar Nods
Roger Deakins, ASC, BSC (The Assassination of Jesse James By the Coward Robert Ford and No...
Kodak Recognized for Tech Excellence with Ninth Oscar
Kodak’s Oscar collection will grow soon as the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced...
Vittorio Storaro Paints With His Camera
Vittorio Storaro, ASC, AIC was born in Rome in 1940, where his father was a projectionist...
ASC Shines Spotlight on Student Moviemakers
With a nod to the future of moviemaking, the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) has chosen...
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly Takes Top Honors at Camerimage
Janusz Kaminski earned the Golden Frog Award for most artful cinematography on a 2007 feature film...
Kodak Ups the Ante with new Motion Picture Film
Increased exposure latitude, more detailed colors and noticeably reduced grain (especially in the brightest highlights and...
The Legendary Laszlo Kovacs
I interviewed cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond, ASC for the first time about 30 years ago to talk...
Silent Movies Are Still Creating an Echo
October 2007 marked the 80th anniversary of Alan Crosland’s The Jazz Singer—and the beginning of the...
Mank: When Conservatives Ruled Hollywood
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