Rodrigo Prieto AMC ASC

Digitally streaming on Netflix from November 27 2019, 'The Irishman' is Martin Scorsese's epic saga of organised crime in post-war America, as told by a hit man. Thrillingly shot and superbly acted, it has been widely applauded as one of the director's best-ever films, with pulses of violence, betrayal, dishonesty and emotional bankruptcy coursing through its icy veins.

For the cover feature of its November 2019 issue (96), British Cinematographer magazine spoke exclusively in-depth with the movie's cinematographer, Rodrigo Prieto AMC ASC, and we're offering you the chance to read the interview in full for FREE.

Amongst many fascinating insights into his involvement on the production, Prieto told us about collaborating with Scorsese for a third time, how the 'three-headed monster' used for de-aging the actors was deployed, and why the visual tone is like a home movie.

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