January 2020: To Make The Drama Work

To Make The Drama Work Across The Pond / Mark London Williams To Make The Drama Work Across The Pond / Mark London Williams Lead image: Mihai Malaimare Jr. points the way during production on Jojo Rabbit It’s Boxing Day as we sit down to unpack the items slated for the current column, and it … Read more

Ed Lachman ASC / Wonderstruck

Spellbinding Ed Lachman ASC / Wonderstruck Spellbinding Ed Lachman ASC / Wonderstruck “For character-driven stories, I still prefer to shoot on film. Frame-by-frame there is more life and depth to the image, than in one that is pixel-fixed on the single plane of a digital sensor. To my eyes there is something anthropomorphic to film … Read more

“Every story has its own language” – Ed Lachman ASC

“Every story has its own language” Ed Lachman ASC “Every story has its own language” Ed Lachman ASC Lead Image: Credit – Mary Cybulski As a Director of Photography who worked with some of the most prominent German New Wave filmmakers, as well as with the most influential American independents, Ed Lachman finds for each … Read more

Lachman to receive Pierre Angénieux ExcelLens in Cinematography

Every year, the “Pierre Angénieux ExcelLens in Cinematography” ceremony turns the spotlight on a director of photography whose work has marked the history of world cinema. Since its inception in 2013 tribute has been paid to Philippe Rousselot (AFC, ASC), Vilmos Zsigmond (HSC, ASC) in 2014, Roger A. Deakins (BSC, ASC) in 2015, Peter Suschitzky … Read more

Ed Lachman ASC / Carol

A work of heart Ed Lachman AsC / Carol A work of heart Ed Lachman AsC / Carol Carol, based on the semi-autobiographical novel ‘The Price Of Salt’ by psychological suspense author Patricia Highsmith (Strangers On A Train /The Talented Mr. Ripley ), is about a young department store clerk (Rooney Mara) who falls in love with an … Read more