Mia Cioffi Henry / Superior

Lead Image: Filmmaker Erin Vassilopoulos (middle) and cinematographer Mia Cioffi Henry (left) (Credit: Matt Borowick) SECOND COMING 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. … Read more

The DP-Colourist Relationship

Colour My World The Craft / The DP-Colourist Relationship Colour My World The Craft / The DP-Colourist Relationship BY: Trevor Hogg The final creative to have an impact on the look of a movie or television series is the colourist who works closely with the director and cinematographer. To better understand the dynamics and evolution … Read more

Cinematographer Michael Wood reimagines Dickens’ classic in A Christmas Carol

Director of photography, Michael Wood, reveals the process of lensing A Christmas Carol, a radical retelling of Dickens’ classic in contemporary dance… When director Jacqui Morris first approached me to shoot A Christmas Carol, I was incredibly excited. I had just come off shooting Carmilla, a great experience, but a very low budget independent film, … Read more

George Richmond BSC / Rocketman

A Star Is Born George Richmond BSC / Rocketman A Star Is Born George Richmond BSC / Rocketman WANT TO READ IT ALL? Below is only a teaser, and the full interview can be found in the May 2019 issue (93) of British Cinematographer magazine. If you purchase a year’s digital subscription from just £30, … Read more

Ben Davis BSC / Dumbo

Tusk master Ben Davis BSC / Dumbo Tusk master Ben Davis BSC / Dumbo WANT TO READ IT ALL? Below is only a teaser, and the full interview can be found in the March 2019 issue (92) of British Cinematographer magazine. If you purchase a year’s digital subscription from just £30, or a year’s all-inclusive … Read more

Laurie Rose BSC / Stan & Ollie

Double Act Laurie Rose BSC / Stan & Ollie Double Act Laurie Rose BSC / Stan & Ollie Stan & Ollie follows the world’s most famous comedy duo, Laurel & Hardy, as they attempt to reignite their dwindling film careers, during a gruelling music hall tour of the United Kingdom and Ireland in 1953. The … Read more

Barry Ackroyd BSC / The Outlaw King

Outnumbered Barry Ackroyd BSC / The Outlaw King Outnumbered Barry Ackroyd BSC / The Outlaw King 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 (2013) and made … 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

Zac Nicholson BSC / The Guernsey Literary And Potato Peel Pie Society

Book Club Zac Nicholson BSC / The Guernsey Literary And Potato Peel Pie Society Book Club Zac Nicholson BSC / The Guernsey Literary And Potato Peel Pie Society Increasingly these days, the influence of the modern world means that many places do not look as they did in the past. This problem faced the production team behind … Read more

Anthony Dod Mantle DFF BSC ASC / First They Killed My Father

War child Anthony Dod Mantle DFF BSC ASC / First They Killed My Father War child Anthony Dod Mantle DFF BSC ASC / First They Killed My Father First They Killed My Father depicts the true story of Loung Ung, who was forcibly trained as a child soldier, whilst her parents ‘disappeared’ and her siblings … Read more

Haris Zambarloukos BSC GSC / Murder On The Orient Express

All Aboard Haris Zambarloukos BSC GSC / Murder On The Orient Express All Aboard Haris Zambarloukos BSC GSC / Murder On The Orient Express A sumptuous steam-train journey through the wintery mountains of Eastern Europe comes to a grinding halt after an avalanche impedes its progress, and the dramatic discovery of a gruesome murder on-board. … Read more

Ben Davis BSC / Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Signs of the Times Ben Davis BSC / Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Signs of the Times Ben Davis BSC / Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri By Trevor Hogg Combining dark subject matter with a sense a humour is a trademark of filmmaker and playwright Martin McDonagh who, in his third cinematic effort, explores the … Read more

Digital Orchard delivers dailies workflow on Murder On The Orient Express

Prior to Dunkirk, a film hadn’t been shot fully on 65mm film in the United Kingdom since 1996. A victim of the race for quicker, cheaper filmmaking, the large format medium was left behind in the 1990s. However, at the same time that director Christopher Nolan selected large format capture for Dunkirk, Kenneth Branagh also … Read more

Leading Colourist Jet Omoshebi joins Goldcrest

Managing Director of Goldcrest Post (Goldcrest) Patrick Malone has announced that the company has strengthened its senior creative team with the appointment of multi award-winning colourist Jet Omoshebi, who will be joining Goldcrest in January 2018 to spearhead its rapidly expanding High End TV department. Omoshebi most recently served as Senior Colourist at Deluxe’ Encore … Read more

Goldcrest

Renaissance Period Post it notes / goldcrest Renaissance Period Post it notes / goldcrest Goldcrest, which originated as an independent film production company, was founded in January 1977. It enjoyed early success, receiving 30 Oscar nominations and winning 15; most notably Best Picture gongs for Chariots Of Fire and Ghandi. Other significant titles include Watership … Read more