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Zeiss Film Festival Week – Matthew Chuang ACS

Jan 20, 2022

Tuesday January 25th at 12pm PST

The featured guest of Zeiss Film Festival Week is innovative artist, Matthew Chuang ACS.

An accredited member of the Australian Cinematography Society, Chuang has been working behind the camera for more than a decade and is dedicated to bringing his creative eye and adaptable processes to each project he accepts. Born in Nantou, Taiwan, Chuang is an Australian filmmaker, who is now based in Los Angeles.

The Babadook

Chuang is known for his exquisitely crafted feature films, music videos and award winning commercials. Cinematography on Causeway Films (The Babadook, The Nightingale) and Focus Features’ upcoming supernatural horror You Won’t Be Alone, written and directed by Goran Stolevski and starring Noomi Rapace (Lamb, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, Prometheus) and Alice Englert (Beautiful Creatures) will be discussed.

Lamb

Join us for this virtual event as we discuss Matthew’s new film festival selection to equipment and creative choices. We’ll also get Matthew’s take on his collaboration with director Allen Hughes on a five-part documentary series with FX Network and Disney called Outlaw: The Saga Of Afeni And Tupac Shakur, which is set to release this spring.

Register here for the event.

Cover Photo: The Nightingale

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