Personal memories and tender snapshots of family life are captured with grace and compassion in Minari.
Breaking away from the trend of photorealism is the big screen adaption of Tom and Jerry which honours the cartoon heritage of the cat and mouse rivals while placing them within live-action environments.
Following his recent knighthood, British Cinematographer celebrates the extraordinary career of Sir Roger Deakins CBE BSC ASC along with the treasured films he has helped create, and also hear memories and congratulations from frequent collaborators, fellow cinematographers and more.
The family focus remains at the heart of the story in A Quiet Place Part II as the Abbotts face new threats exploring the wider post-apocalyptic world.
Celebrating movie masterpieces of years gone by, beginning with Gordon Willis ASC’s lensing of the Godfather trilogy, with views from John Bailey ASC, Jon Fauer ASC and Richard Crudo ASC.
As the National Film and Television School celebrates its 50th anniversary, NFTS director Jon Wardle, reflects on the evolution of the School’s training offerings and the learning philosophy at its core.
The May 2021 issue of British Cinematographer is now here! Find out more about just some of the incredible interviews and exclusive articles you can expect to find inside this not-to-be-missed edition.
Sundance Institute’s Documentary Fund adjusts application, adds assistance to artists with disabilities
AT&T and Tribeca announce Nardeep Khurmi as winner of ‘AT&T Presents: Untold Stories’ for Land of Gold
Television City partners with Women in Media to provide skills training to women at several of LA’s iconic studios
Academy launches fifth year of Gold Rising program for students and young professionals from underrepresented communities
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