How would you like to shoot a Bollywood movie?

DP Santonio Terzio contacted us about his work on the British-based production of Well Done Baby, and says he would like to connect BSC members to Indian filmmakers and production houses. “Well Done Baby is a £1.5m Indian film story about a modern couple who fail to understand the meaning and purpose of their relationship, … Read more

How DP Si Bell evolved the visuals for Peaky Blinders 5

Evolving The Visuals Si Bell / Peaky Blinders 5 Evolving The Visuals Si Bell / Peaky Blinders 5 Header image: Photographer – Matt Squire © Caryn Mandabach Productions Ltd. 2019 The period gangster epic Peaky Blinders is an established global hit drama and not one that showrunner Steven Knight is going to alter lightly. Yet … Read more

Łukasz Żal – Cold War

Lovely Warfare Łukasz Żal PSC / Cold War Lovely Warfare Łukasz Żal PSC / Cold War BY: Trevor Hogg Awards seem to follow the collaborations of filmmaker Paweł Pawlikowski and cinematographer Łukasz Żal PSC who were responsible for Ida becoming the first Polish film to win the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film and with … Read more

Barry Ackroyd BSC / The Outlaw King

Outnumbered Barry Ackroyd BSC / The Outlaw King Outnumbered Barry Ackroyd BSC / The Outlaw King BY: David Wood Cinematographer Barry Ackroyd BSC has a unique shooting style. His handheld documentary techniques have brought a dynamism and energy to features such as The Wind That Shakes The Barley (2006) and The Hurt Locker (2008) to Captain Phillips … Read more

Andrew Dunn BSC / The Children Act

Emma’s Dilemma Andrew Dunn BSC / The Children Act Emma’s Dilemma Andrew Dunn BSC / The Children Act BY: Ron Prince We all have to make choices and decisions, but some are more important, and can have a more profound effect, than others. In The Children Act, a film directed by Richard Eyre, produced by … Read more

Remi Adefarasin OBE BSC / Juliet, Naked

On the Record Remi Adefarasin OBE BSC / Juliet, Naked On the Record Remi Adefarasin OBE BSC / Juliet, Naked BY: Trevor Hogg Best known for historical epics, Elizabeth, Band of Brothers and The Pacific, British cinematographer Remi Adefarasin OBE BSC learned how to develop and print black and white film from his grandfather which … Read more

Tim Cragg shoots Three Identical Strangers

BAFTA-winning and Emmy-nominated cinematographer Tim Cragg spent a large part of 2017 shooting Three Identical Strangers, a feature/documentary selected to premiere in the US Documentary competition at the Sundance Film Festival 2018. The film is directed by Tim Wardle with production company Raw, for CNN Films and C4. The documentary explores the story of three … Read more

Jake Polonsky BSC embarks on Billions Season Three

Cinematographer Jake Polonsky BSC has wrote in from New York with details about his work on Showtime’s Billions. “It seems like a very long time ago (April 2015) that I received an email from my US agent, asking if I’d be interested in talking to the showrunners of a new TV series about high finance … Read more

Angénieux present the 48-130 Lightweight Compact Optimo Style Zoom Lens

  Recently presented for the first time in the world at NAB, Angénieux is pleased to present its new 48-130 Optimo Style. The Optimo Style 48-130 T3 is the third lightweight compact zoom lens in the Angénieux Optimo Style line. It joins the Optimo Style 16-40 T2.8 and 30-76 T2.8, the two other lightweight compact … Read more

VariCam 35 sheds light on BBC’s The Moorside

The VariCam 35 has taken centre stage on the popular BBC One docu-drama The Moorside, the most successful debut of a drama for the Corporation in 15 years. Set on Dewsbury’s Moorside estate, the series follows how a group of ordinary women brought the community together as one to try and find a child who … Read more

Angénieux zooms capture Les Saisons

The full range of Angénieux Optimo zoom lenses were used for the €26m Euro production of Les Seasons, the latest nature documentary from Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud. After focusing on birds in Winged Migration (2001), and the underwater world in Oceans (2009), Perrin and Cluzaud chose to stage a poetic 15,000-year-old chronicle of Europe … Read more

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