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Middleburg Film Festival: Dante Spinotti Receives Distinguished Cinematographer Award

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Dante Spinotti gave an overview of his career and techniques as a cinematographer. Read More »

Interdrone: Smile for the Drone – Trends in Aerial Cinematography

norma desmond drone

In Sunset Boulevard, Gloria Swanson’s character Norma Desmond says, “Just us, the cameras, and those wonderful people out there in the dark!... All right, Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for my close-up.” Now, there is one more element to that mix: drones. And that close-up can pull back, rise up into the air, and in one continuous shot show you all of Beverly Hills as if you're looking down from heaven. Drones' potential has not been lost on Hollywood. Read More »

Gordon Willis: Master Cinematographer


Gordon Wills worked with some of the top directors of the past five decades, creating visual styles for their films that propelled them to iconic status. Read More »

The Making of “Effigy”

One year ago, I couldn't spell prodooser, now I is one Read More »

DVD Review: No Subtitles Necessary – Laszlo & Vilmos

The revolutionary life and work of two great cinematographers. Read More »

DVD Review: By the Will of Genghis Khan

Watch Genghis' rise from birth to his reign on the Mongolian steppes! Read More »

Oscars 2010: Cinematography Showdown

Five movies, only one can win. Read More »