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Steve Yedlin on ‘Star Wars: Episode VIII’ Secrecy and the Science Behind Cinematography

We talk to Rian Johnson’s regular cinematographer about his craft at Camerimage 2016.

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Dante Spinotti on Michael Mann’s Preparedness, Remastering Classics, and New Technologies

We speak with the chief visual architect in the cinema of Michael Mann at Camerimage.

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The Film Stage Show Ep. 216 – Moana and Allied

Welcome, one and all, to the newest episode of The Film Stage Show! This week, I am joined by Bill Graham, and Michael Snydel to discuss Disney’s latest animation Moana before diving into a full discussion on Robert Zemeckis‘ WWII thriller Allied, starring Marion Cotillard and Brad Pitt. Subscribe on iTunes or see below to stream download (right-click and save […]

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Recommended Discs & Deals: Black Friday Edition

Along with the new releases of the week, it’s all about Black Friday deals.

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Greig Fraser on Retaining ‘Star Wars’ Iconography in ‘Rogue One’ and Lighting Rooney Mara

We talk to the Australian cinematographer who has worked with Jane Campion, Andrew Dominik, Kathryn Bigelow, Bennett Miller, and Gareth Edwards

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James L. Brooks Talks ‘The Edge of Seventeen,’ How to Best Serve a Movie, and Driving Jack Nicholson Crazy

We talk to the Academy Award winner about fostering talent, his latest producing effort, and much more.

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Bradford Young on Finding the Truth in ‘Arrival’ and the Movies He Could Watch Forever

While at the Camerimage International Film Festival, we sat down for a long, surprisingly personal conversation in which Young reveals his personal philosophies, creative insecurities, and the many steps that go into creating an image for Denis Villeneuve.

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The Film Stage Show Ep. 215 – The Edge of Seventeen

We discuss The Love Witch and The Edge of Seventeen on the latest show.

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‘Moonlight’ Cinematographer James Laxton on Wong Kar-wai’s Influence, Favorite Scenes, and More

If no film this year has been as uniformly praised as Moonlight, it’s natural that the cinematography has impressed just about anybody, believer or otherwise, who comes into contact.



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