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.
Nomadland also triumphed, winning best picture, best director for Chloé Zhao, and best actress for Frances McDormand.
Rising star of Steadicam, Junior Agyeman-Owusu, believes films offer an opportunity to jump into a different world where anything is possible.
Life has gone full circle for filmmaker Erin Vassilopoulos and cinematographer Mia Cioffi Henry at Sundance as they were nominated for the Short Film Grand Jury Prize in 2015 for Superior and have returned with a feature version.
Filmmaking achievement was celebrated at the third BSC Awards ceremony. Winners included Erik Messerschmidt ASC for Mank; Suzie Lavelle BSC ISC for Normal People; Maceo Bishop for Uncut Gems; Benjamin Treplin for Das Boot; Nina Kellgren BSC; The Mark Milsome Foundation; and Dedo Weigert.
Blurring the lines of genre and boasting a unique and distinct narrative concept, Promising Young Woman demanded filmmaking prowess and bold imagery that similarly did not follow conventions.
Delicate camera movement and a palette inspired by the early Technicolor filmmaking process tell a story of stifled desires unfolding in a colourful world almost removed from reality.
Matthew Jensen ASC reunites with director Patty Jenkins to help bring a vision of an optimistic, pure, pop-oriented movie to fruition in Wonder Woman 1984, enhanced by bold colour, authentic ‘80s styling and action sequences of epic proportions.
The best in film was celebrated at the 2021 EE British Academy Film Awards, with British cinematographer Joshua James Richards winning the Cinematography award for Nomadland.
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