Deep Fried Interview: God Help the Girl and Young Ones cinematographer Giles Nuttgens

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It’s hard to imagine two more disparate films than God Help the Girl and Young Ones. The former – shot in Glasgow on 16mm – is anarchic, whimsical and vibrantly colored, echoing the spirit of the French New Wave. The latter – lensed on anamorphic 35mm during a smoldering South African summer – is formalist, brooding and nearly monochromatic, recalling both the vistas of the American Western and the hard-scrabble Dustbowl sagas of John Steinbeck.

Yet for cinematographer Giles Nuttgens, the projects held a common thread. Continue Reading ›