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Author: American Cinematographer Magazine

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American Cinematographer magazine interviews cinematographers, directors and other key collaborators involved in creative process of bringing film and television projects to the screen.
107 Episodes
Exploring new a genre with Armando Iannucci's satirical ensemble sci-fi comedy set in space.
The cinematographer discusses her approach to lighting and the evolution of computer-generated cinematography.
The cinematographer discusses his unique collaboration with director Jim Jarmusch on this comedic horror satire.
The cinematographer discusses his sixth collaboration with director Todd Phillips, which he calls “the most uncompromised thing we’ve done to date.”
The cinematographer discusses his collaboration with director Taika Waititi and how he photographed this satirical black comedy set in Nazi Germany. 
Director of photography Jakob Ihre, FSF discusses his award-winning work on the acclaimed HBO and Sky miniseries, and how projects throughout his career influenced the decision-making process for portraying this historical drama.
Director Terry Gilliam discusses his work on this long-in-the-making passion project and longstanding collaboration with cinematographer Nicola Pecorini.
Cinematographer Nicola Pecorini discusses his camerawork in the picture and longstanding collaboration with director Terry Gilliam.
Lorenzo Senatore, ASC, AIC discuss his work in the comic book adaptation directed by Neil Marshall.
The cinematographer discusses his work in the Netflix science-fiction horror series, for which he has earned two Emmy Award nominations for his camerawork.
Photographed by Greig Fraser, ASC, ACS, Mary Magdalene is a Biblical epic yet produced on a modest budget and lensed spare and simply by Fraser on locations across Italy.
The cinematographer discusses his camerawork in Hulu’s 1980s-homage sci-fi comedy series about a yutzy janitor who — upon beating a video game — is recruited by real-life versions of its characters to do battle against intergalactic foes.
How Sony Pictures Animation’s Oscar and Golden Globe–winning feature re-imagined virtual cinematography and the superhero movie.
The cinematographer discusses his work in the comedic romantic-drama Amazon series, for which he has earned ASC Award and Emmy nominations for his expert photography.
The cinematographer discusses his work in the disturbing 1990 suspense-horror classic, which was his first feature assignment as a young filmmaker working in Chicago.
The cinematographer discusses his work in writer-director Paul Schrader’s latest feature, in which the disillusioned spiritual leader of a small upstate New York parish is given focus when a young, pregnant parishioner seeks his guidance.
After almost 30 years, cinematographer Ueli Steiger, ASC reflects on his camerawork in this provocative 1990 neo-noir crime drama directed by Dennis Hopper.
Cinematographer Doug Emmett discusses this surreal dystopian satire, in which a struggling African-American who finds success as a telemarketer when he’s tipped off by a savvy coworker to use his “white voice.”
The cinematographer details her visual approach to shooting the pilot for this Marvel superhero series, reteaming with director Gina Prince-Bythewood.
The Oscar-winning cinematographer discusses the film’s profound impact on the creative and emotional trajectory of his career.
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