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Interviews

Pearl cinematographer Eliot Rockett

“Either it Blows Up or it Doesn’t.” – New interview for my Filmmaker Magazine column with Pearl cinematographer Eliot Rockett Rockett, a longtime Ti West collaborator (X, The Innkeepers, The House […]

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Frame By Frame – His House (2020)

Year – 2020 Decade – 2020s Cinematographer – Jo Willems Director – Remi Weekes Studio – Netflix and BBC Films Genre – Horror; Haunted House Aspect Ratio – 2.40 Filming […]

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Halloween Ends cinematographer Michael Simmonds

“You want to avoid a shot looking like a fruit salad. There needs to be a dominant source, then a secondary source. One light has to win.” Halloween Ends cinematographer […]

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Prey cinematographer Jeff Cutter

I talked with Jeff Cutter, DP of the new Predator prequel Prey, about dodging bears in the wilds of Calgary, creating the predators’ heat vision and cloaking effects, and reteaming […]

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Frame By Frame – Better Call Saul Season 1 (2015)

Year – 2015 Decade – 2010s Cinematographer – Arthur Albert (imdb link) Distributor – AMC Genre – Television; Drama Aspect Ratio – 1.78 Filming Location – Albuquerque, New Mexico Camera […]

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Marcel the Shell with Shoes On cinematographers Bianca Cline and Eric Adkins

“Filming a character who has to be seven or eight inches from the lens adds a whole bunch of complications.” New interview up for Filmmaker Magazine with Marcel the Shell […]

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Frame By Frame – The Long Hot Summer (1958)

Year – 1958 Decade – 1950s Cinematographer – Joseph LaShelle Director – Martin Ritt Genre – Drama; Romance Distributor – 20th Century Fox Aspect Ratio – 2.35 Lenses – Anamorphic […]