Creamsource expands its Vortex lighting series with the Vortex4

The Vortex lighting series provides unmatched creative control through intuitive UI and UX to leverage the industry-leading CreamOS via the new...

DP Claire Mathon AFC uses Kodak film for Pablo Larraín’s Princess Diana biopic Spencer

Shot on Kodak, in Super 16mm and 35mm film formats, and with an opening slate that reads “A fable from a true tragedy”, Spencer is an irreverent...

American cinematographer Andrew Droz Palermo shoots The Green Knight

Andrew Droz Palermo • The Green Knight By Ron Prince The Green Knight is visionary filmmaker David Lowery’s interpretation of the late 14th-century...

French DP Jeanne Lapoirie AFC collaborates with Dutch provocateur Paul Verhoeven on Benedetta

Jeanne Lapoirie AFC • Benedetta By Darek Kuźma French DP Jeanne Lapoirie AFC collaborated with Dutch provocateur Paul Verhoeven to give his most...

DP Robert Yeoman used Kodak colour and B&W 35mm filmstocks for director Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch

Director Wes Anderson is one of the most cherished of auteurs working in independent movie-making today. His celluloid-originated features...

Q&A with DP Claire Mathon AFC about the spellbinding Petite Maman

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DP Claire Mathon AFC uses Kodak film for Pablo Larraín’s Princess Diana biopic Spencer

DP Claire Mathon AFC uses Kodak film for Pablo Larraín’s Princess Diana biopic Spencer

Shot on Kodak, in Super 16mm and 35mm film formats, and with an opening slate that reads “A fable from a true tragedy”, Spencer is an irreverent imagining of what might have happened during a ghastly, sometimes ghostly, Christmas weekend in 1991 at the Queen’s frost-bound Sandringham Estate, when Diana, Princess of Wales (née Spencer) decides to...

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American cinematographer Andrew Droz Palermo shoots The Green Knight

American cinematographer Andrew Droz Palermo shoots The Green Knight

Andrew Droz Palermo • The Green Knight By Ron Prince The Green Knight is visionary filmmaker David Lowery’s interpretation of the late 14th-century chivalric poem, Sir Gawain And The Green Knight. The mystical and frequently hallucinatory film, starring Dev Patel, has...

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Trainee Finder recruitment deadline on 5th December

Trainee Finder recruitment deadline on 5th December

Applications for Trainee Finder, ScreenSkills’ highly-respected programme of paid placements for new entrants into film and children’s and high-end television, close on Sunday 5th December. Successful candidates get the chance to work in roles where there are skills shortages, ranging from accounts and editing to video assist and art department....

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Creamsource expands its Vortex lighting series with the Vortex4

Creamsource expands its Vortex lighting series with the Vortex4

The Vortex lighting series provides unmatched creative control through intuitive UI and UX to leverage the industry-leading CreamOS via the new 1’x1’ LED fixture Creamsource, developers of artisan-quality cinema lighting for more than 15 years, today announced the...

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