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… and the importance she places on “point of view”.
How to find the “Where” of your film.
Breakdowns, interviews and workshops with the director & DOP behind The Handmaid’s Tale and I Think We’re Alone Now.
An introductory overview to the glass through which feature films and commercials are captured.
A roundup of tutorials about working with only natural or available light.
Colour and flexibility in The Neon Demon and Honey Boy.
Since long before lockdowns, quarantines and isolation, film-makers have had to be as independent as imaginable. Here’s a roundup of tutorials to show you how:
“Sometimes, in order to get to the deepest emotional depths of a character, capturing a feeling, rather than reality, is more important.”
The unusual and enlightening process of Paul Thomas Anderson’s celebrated film.
Where does the director’s job end and the DOP’s begin?
The film’s lighting technician talks concept and creation in this detailed breakdown.