The art and craft behind the camera
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Editor, Cinematography World
Issue #002 cover feature
THE UNITED STATES VS BILLIE HOLIDAY
Andrew Dunn BSC
The resonance of the past can be a very powerful thing. It certainly proved a major lure to British cinematographer Andrew Dunn BSC when it came to shooting The United States vs. Billie Holiday, and finding himself very much in tune with its director Lee Daniels and titular star Andra Day. For connective emotional and period effect, the cinematographer captured the story on celluloid film using vintage Anamorphic lenses.
In This Issue:
Quirk, strangeness and charm
The quirky nine-episode Disney+ show, WandaVision, shot by Jess Hall BSC ASC, has thrown some new and unexpected curveballs into the bloodstream of Marvel’s wider, cross property launch of the next phase of its film and TV empire.
Time Gentlemen Please
Intoxicated and intoxicating are two adjectives that can be used interchangeably to describe the cause and effect of Sturla
Brandth Grøvlen DFF’s stylish handheld camerawork and cinematographic efforts on Another Round (Druk).
“I believe this is an incredibly important film for everyone to see,” says cinematographer Sean Bobbitt BSC, regarding director Shaka King’s acclaimed feature Judas And The Black Messiah.
All At Sea
Mexican-born Paula Huidobro AMC may work in a world where a woman DP is still considered a rara avis, but she’s never let that slow her down. She talks to us about CODA.
DP Ben Fordesman talks about shooting St Maud, the debut feature from director Rose Glass, the film is a spooky and disturbing experience.
Pearls Before Swine
Frederico Cesca ASK has shot Dead Pigs, director Cathy Yan’s critically- acclaimed debut feature, a satirical tale of greed and desperation
Bringing You the World of Cinematography
View From The Top
Producer Iain Smith OBE says ‘An industrial strategy that encompasses both the commercial and the creative is what we need’
A look around the AFI Conservatory
Diversity & Inclusion
Joel Honeywell on The Hue-List
The Light Stuff
A profile of gaffer Rafael Sanchez and his dazzling career
Christopher TJ McGuire ACO SOC
Ones To Watch
Sylvaine Dufaux and Kia Fern Little
Neil Fanthom on Blackwing7 lenses
And much, much more.