Breakdowns, interviews and workshops with the director & DOP behind The Handmaid’s Tale and I Think We’re Alone Now.
As both director and cinematographer, Reed Morano employs specific techniques to create space – both for her actors physically, and for herself mentally – which allows intimacy and immediacy in her beautiful work.
In Depth Cine looks at Reed Morano’s feature film Cinematography Style:
Indy Mogul‘s Cinematography Breakdown looks at Why The Handmaid’s Tale Looks like a Painting:
Star Peter Dinklage and Reed Morano reveal a bunch about balancing director and cinematography duties their feature film, I Think We’re Alone Now (via Build):
A one-hour chat about process with Cinematographers on cinematography:
A one-hour cinematography workshop with the makers of her camera of choice, ARRI: