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Control and Chaos: How Todd Field Tells the Story of “Tár”
Writer-producer-director Todd Field’s first film in 16 years, “Tár” explores the cult of personality, power imbalances and cancel culture.
New Year, New Resolutions: How Imaging Advances Have Been… Advancing
From live HDR and 12K capture to realtime LED lighting and 3D gesture-based visualization, here are the production breakthroughs of the year.
Rewriting the Visual Rules for “The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes”
The Hunger Games are back with director Francis Lawrence and cinematographer Jo Willems, this time as a prequel.
Charlotte Bruus Christensen Takes a “Raw Yet Cinematic” Approach to “A Murder at the End of the World”
“We wanted an analog style,” the cinematographer says of her work with Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij on the FX mystery series.
How the Team From “The Killer” Sustains Its Style and Structure
Says DP Erik Messerschmidt: “It was all about how you bring the audience to a place they are not used to being, close to this assassin.”
Mamma Mia, Here I Go Again (But With Volumetric Capture)
ILM creates “ABBAtars” for the members of the legendary Swedish band ABBA, taking them back to 1979 for a virtual concert tour.
Pretty/Scary: Cinematographer Aaron Morton on “No One Will Save You”
“One phrase we had was that horror can be beautiful,” says cinematographer Aaron Morton. “We tried to make a beautiful film that was scary.”
How These YouTube Creators Directed the Breakout Horror Feature “Talk To Me”
YouTube creators Michael and Danny Philippou shot “Talk To Me” using all the DIY skills they had learned producing shorts for streaming.
In-Flight Entertainment: Virtual Production in the Skies and in Front of the Screens for “Hijack”
With 75% of the action taking place in midair, production for Apple TV+ limited series “Hijack” made extensive use of virtual production.
“The Woman in the Wall:” How Si Bell’s Cinematography Mirrors the Series Story
“The Woman in the Wall” centers on a woman grappling with the trauma of time in a Magdalene laundry, complicated by the deaths of two people connected to her incarceration there.
Street Scenes: Join Our Fujifilm Photowalks at NAB Show New York
Interested in exploring Hudson Yards with a camera, lighting, a model, and a guide? Sign up for the Fujifilm Photowalks at NAB Show New York.
How the Camerawork on ‟Painkiller” Gets to the Heart of the Series
Netflix’s “Painkiller” is not the first show to delve into the opioid crisis; it is likely not the last. Berg’s take relies on a strong cast and nimble crew.
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