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  1. Ben Affleck's latest film, adapted from Dennis Lehane's Live By Night, taking place at first during the prohibition, and then over several decades if I'm correct. Shot by Robert Richardson mainly on the Alexa 65 (and Super Panavision 70 lenses) it seems, but I remember reading they used film & digital (some guy said that he saw them prepping film and digital cameras at Panavision), anyone close to the production knows anything about this? The first shot in the trailer definitely looks like film to me, and maybe a few other shots in the trailer. Looks beautiful. http://movietrailers.apple.com/movies/wb/live-by-night/live-by-night-trailer-1_h1080p.mov
  2. Movie Geeks United! podcast presents the Art of CInematography Series. Go to http://moviegeeksunited.net/artofcinematography for in-depth interviews with over 30 top cinematographers including: The Art of Cinematography: Thomas Del Ruth, ASC Credits include: The Breakfast Club, Stand By Me, The West Wing The Art of Cinematography: Steven Poster, ASC Credits include: The Box, Donnie Darko, Someone to Watch Over Me The Art of Cinematography: M. David Mullen, ASC Credits include: Twin Falls Idaho, Northfork, The Astronaut Farmer The Art of Cinematography: Benoit Delhomme, AFC Credits include: The Proposition, The Merchant of Venice, Lawless The Art of Cinematography: Shane Hurlbut, ASC Credits include: Deadfall, Something New, We Are Marshall The Art of Cinematography: Autumn Durald Credits include: Palo Alto, Man in a Room, Macho The Art of Cinematography: Stefan Czapsky, ASC Credits include: Ed Wood, Edward Scissorhands, Batman Returns The Art of Cinematography: Peter Menzies, Jr., ASC Credits include: Die Hard: With a Vengeance, A Time to Kill, The General's Daughter The Art of Cinematography: Rachel Morrison Credits include: Fruitvale Station, Sound of My Voice, Any Day Now The Art of Cinematography: Giles Nuttgens, IEC Credits include: The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond, What Maisie Knew, The Deep End The Art of Cinematography: Bruno Delbonnel, AFC Credits include: Amelie, Dark Shadows, Inside Llewyn Davis The Art of Cinematography: Dariusz Wolski, ASC Credits include: Crimson Tide, Pirates of the Carribean, Prometheus The Art of Cinematography: Larry Smith, BSC Credits include: Eyes Wide Shut, Bronson, Only God Forgives The Art of Cinematography: Douglas Milsome, BSC Credits include: Full Metal Jacket, Breakdown, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves The Art of Cinematography: Sam Levy, ASC (re-airing) Credits include: Wendy and Lucy, Frances Ha The Art of Cinematography: Brian Pearson, ASC Credits include: My Bloody Valentine, Drive Angry, The Art of Cinematography: Robert Richardson, ASC Credits include: Platoon, Born on the Fourth of July, JFK, Casino, The Aviator, Kill Bill Volumes 1 & 2, Inglourious Basterds, Shutter Island, Hugo, Django Unchained (2012) The Art of Cinematography: Michael Ballhaus, ASC Credits include: Goodfellas, The Last Temptation of Christ, Bram Stoker's Dracula, The Departed The Art of Cinematography: Claudio Miranda, ASC Credits include: The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Tron: Legacy, Life of Pi The Art of Cinematography: Salvatore Totino, ASC, AIC Credits include: Any Given Sunday, Cinderella Man, The Da Vinci Code, Angels and Demons, The Dilemma The Art of Cinematography: Paul Cameron, ASC Credits include: Collateral, Man on Fire, Swordfish, Man on a Ledge (2012), Total Recall (2012) The Art of Cinematography: Bobby Bukowski, ASC Credits include: Saved!, The Hawk is Dying, The Messenger, Rampart The Art of Cinematography: Phedon Papamichael, ASC Credits include: Phenomenon, Walk the Line, 3:10 to Yuma, Knight & Day, The Descendants, The Ides of March The Art of Cinematography: Steve Yedlin Credits include: Brick, Looper, Carrie (2013) The Art of Cinematography: Stephen Goldblatt, ASC, BSC Credits include: The Hunger, The Cotton Club, The Help, Lethal Weapon The Art of Cinematography: William A. Fraker, ASC, BSC Rosemary's Baby, The Day of the Dolphin, Bullitt, Looking for Mr. Goodbar, 1941, Tombstone The Art of Cinematography: Allen Daviau, ASC E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial, Empire of the Sun, The Color Purple, Bugsy, Avalon, Fearless The Art of Cinematography: Jeff Cronenweth, ASC Fight Club, One Hour Photo, Down with Love, The Social Network, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo The Art of Cinematography: Vilmos Zsigmond, ASC McCabe & Mrs. Miller, Deliverance, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, The Deer Hunter, Blow Out The Art of Cinematography: Matthew Libatique, ASC Requiem for a Dream, The Fountain, Tigerland, Iron Man, Miracle at St. Anna, Black Swan The Art of Cinematography: Daniel Pearl, ASC The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Michael Jackson's Billie Jean and You Are Not Alone music videos The Art of Cinematography: Ric Waite Credits include: Red Dawn, Footloose, Cobra The Art of Cinematography: Maryse Alberti Credits include: Taxi to the Darkside, The Wrestler
  3. I'm really interested in the lighting style of Robert Richardson and I have found it very difficult to get a lot of information on his lighting style (light choices etc.) I really love his work in Hugo (but my favourite film he shot was Snow Falling on Cedars) [attach My question is about his Key light choices. I love the look of his key lights on faces and the roll of it gives. Just was wondering what he normally uses and if anyone has seen how he lights. And yea I am aware that a large part of his style was par cans and VNSP but I'm more interested in his key lights. Thanks to anyone who knows!
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