This week, we introduce cinematographer Newton Thomas Sigel to Cooke Optics TV. In this episode, he deconstructs how they filmed two of the most famous scenes from the film, including the iconic lineup scene and the infamous Keyser Soze reveal at the end of the film.
GoldenEye celebrates it's 25th Anniversary. In this episode, we speak to cinematographer Phil Meheux who discusses his influences and approach behind making the film with director Martin Campbell.
Wie werken er achter de schermen naast regisseurs en acteurs? Wie schrijft het script, wie zorgt voor aankleding, het geluid, de dieren, cast en de inwendige mens op de set? De Filmkrant belicht in deze ‘achter de schermen’-serie steeds een ander vakgebied. Deze maand: camera, op de set van de Nederlands-Sloveense co-productie Pink Moon.
Peter Suschitzky is a frequent collaborator and regular cinematographer of director David Cronenberg, working together on films such as 'Eastern Promises' 'Dead Ringers' and 'Crash'. In this episode, Suschitzky discusses how he met Cronenberg and how they collaborate.
We welcome Robert Yeoman back to COTV, who discusses his process behind filming exteriors. He discusses how to work with the sun and control environments at night, working with practical lighting and CGI.
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Director Christopher Nolan and his cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema is known for their collaboration on Interstellar (2014), Dunkirk (2017), and Tenet (2020). Nolan in particular is well known for capturing everything in camera. In this video, Nolan and Hoytema explains their reasons for shooting and capturing things in camera rather than shooting on green screens.
They’ve also been increasing the amount of use of the IMAX camera, which is known to be an extremely expensive and difficult camera to work with. Nolan and Hoytema explains exactly why they film on IMAX and the importance of it for them.
In this episode Caleb Deschanel recounts his experience working with Hal Ashby and Peter Sellers on the set of 'Being There'. He examines how Ashby's previous work as an editor informed his approach to directing, and describes how the comedic genius of Sellers' performance punctuates the politcal undertones of the film.
Louie Schwartzberg is a pioneering artist who has filmed some stunning footage of mushrooms growing over the course of 15 years. WIRED goes behind-the-scenes with Louie to find out how these amazing time-lapses were made for Netflix's Fantastic Fungi.
Agnès Godard is sinds jaar en dag de vaste cameravrouw van Claire Denis, maar werkte ook met onder meer André Téchiné en Agnès Varda. Aan de hand van zes shots blikt ze terug op haar carrière.