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Cinematography World welcomes Alan Lowne to the team

Mar 17, 2021

We are thrilled to announce that Alan Lowne has joined Cinematography World as a special consultant – effective immediately. Alan is well-known by many people in film and TV production worldwide, having worked in the industry for over three decades.

As Cinematography World continues to develop and secure more global recognition, Alan’s knowledge and relationships will help support this growth. Alan will work alongside our whole team and his involvement will be a great boost as we extend our mission to significantly grow our new and exciting venture.

From l-r: Ron Prince and Alan Lowne pictured together at MBS’s recent Virtual Production Event at Rebellion Studios.

“Alan is a renowned industry veteran, with a fount of knowledge and connections,” said Ron Prince, editor of Cinematography World. “Having previously worked together for the best part of 20 years, being reunited with him once again is very special for me and our team. We look forward to working closely with Alan as we extend our mission to further embrace and support the cinematographic community worldwide.”

Cinematography World delivers a global perspective of our industry, presenting the art and craft of cinematography and all that supports it.

 

 

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