Cinematography world

ISSUE #006

The Art
The Craft
The Industry
The art and craft behind the camera

First Anniversary Edition!

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Launched in lockdown and cradled through the Covid pandemic, Cinematography World has reached the grand old age of… one!

CW006 is available now. And, to mark this momentous milestone, it is crammed with more stories about more cinematographers than ever.

Cinematography World is created by people who care about the international community of cinematographers. Our first six editions have featured more than 70+ DPs around the globe, along with associated articles about camera operators, gaffers, students and more – all researched and written by our outstanding correspondents.

We extend a huge ‘thank you’ to all of our well-wishers, supporters, advertisers and readers, without whom this success would not have been possible.

Issue #006 cover feature

No Time To Die

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Linus Sandgren FSF ASC • No Time To Die

Swedish DP Linus Sandgren FSF ASC talks to Ron Prince about shooting the closing chapter for Daniel Craig’s Bond era on 35mm, 65mm and IMAX 65mm celluloid

In This Issue:

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The Power of the Dog

Awards-season attention beckons for the work of Australian DP Ari Wegner ACS, described as high art that shimmers with empathetic, emotional intelligence

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Spencer

Critics have lauded the exquisitely wistful cinematography of French DP Claire Mathon AFC on Pablo Larraín’s Spencer, from a script by Steven Knight

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Dune

Greig Fraser ACS ASC says Dune is “probably the most challenging thing I’ve ever done…” the result is a fusion of sumptuous and intimate visuals

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Boiling Point

Aged just 23, British DP Matthew Lewis pulled-off a remarkable feat with the one-shot-wonder film that is Boiling Point, directed by director Philip Barantini

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The French Dispatch

Long time Wes Anderson collaborator Robert Yeoman ASC describes the inimitable vision that defines The French Dispatch

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Belfast

Kenneth Branagh’s semi-autobiographical B&W portrait of Belfast in the 60’s marks a high point in his frequent collaborations with Haris Zambarloukos BSC GSC

Even more DP features:

CHUNG HOON CHUNG • LAST NIGHT IN SOHO
ROBBIE RYAN ISC BSC • C’MON C’MON
EDU GRAU AEC ASC • PASSING
RACHEL CLARK • PIRATES
DARIUSZ WOLSKI ASC • LAST DUEL & HOUSE OF GUCCI
ELI ARENSON • LAMB
JOHN PARDUE BSC • ANGELA BLACK

Regular Features

Bringing You the World of Cinematography

Student Union

A visit to ŁÓDŹ film school

Preview

Camerimage 2021

Highlight

The latest from Litegear

Gaffer’s Café

The creative Michael Ambbrose

And much, much more.