All posts tagged "Cinematographer"

  • Eye Piece: How DP Daniella Nowitz of Live Cargo Captured a Surreal Bahamas in Black and White

    Producer Thymaya Payne, during an initial phone call about our film Live Cargo, cut to the chase: “We’re shooting on the island of Bimini. It’s...

  • What’s in Your Kit: Cinematographer Ben Powell

    For our series What’s in Your Kit, we ask a range of working cinematographers to share the gear they can’t live without. This week, Ben...

  • What’s in Your Kit: Cinematographer Laela Kilbourn

    For our series What’s in Your Kit, we ask a range of working cinematographers to share the gear they can’t live without. This week, Laela...

  • here Should You Be Your Own DP? For Meadowland Director Reed Morano, the Answer is Yes

    There is no real formula for both directing and shooting your first feature film. All I can do for you is lend the knowledge I...

  • The Book Thief: Inside DP Florian Ballhaus’ Vision

    MovieMaker‘s editor’s weekend pick is The Book Thief, directed by Brian Percival. Based on Markus Zusak’s beloved New York Times best-selling novel by the same name, the film details the...

  • follow Bringing A Perfect Man to the Screen: An Interview with Director Kees Van Oostrum
    by Bob Fisher

    A Perfect Man, starring Liev Schreiber and Jeanne Tripplehorn, premieres in theaters today, November 1, 2013. IFC Films is distributing the independent feature film, directed...

  • Things I’ve Learned as a Moviemaker: Guillermo Navarro

    For decades, cinematographer Guillermo Navarro has imbued the cinematic universes of Guillermo del Toro, Robert Rodriguez, Quentin Tarantino and more with their distinctive light, shadow and...