Conversations on Cinematography
By American Society of Cinematographers
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Join cinematographers speaking with fellow cinematographers in frank discussions about their work on film and television productions. Sit in on these intimate conversations and learn practical and philosophical secrets about cinematography and filmmaking.
|1||VideoThe Friends of Eddie Coyle: Victor Kemper, ASC||Victor Kemper, ASC reviews his work on the 1973 film, The Friends of Eddie Coyle, starring Robert Mitchum and shot entirely on location in Boston and Connecticut, with fellow ASC member Richard Crudo.||8/18/2010||Free||View In iTunes|
||Where The Wild Things Are: Lance Acord, ASC - Part 2||Lance Acord, ASC, cinematographer of Where the Wild Things Are, continues his conversation with Rodney Taylor, ASC, focusing on his music video and feature career as well as the art scene in Los Angeles and San Francisco in the 80s.||2/2/2010||Free||View In iTunes|
||Where The Wild Things Are: Lance Acord, ASC - Part 1||Lance Acord, ASC, cinematographer of Spike Jonze’ Where the Wild Things Are, discusses the creative underpinnings of this film and the techniques he used to tackle its artistic challenges with fellow ASC member Rodney Taylor.||12/17/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||The Taking of Pelham One Two Three: Owen Roizman, ASC||Owen Roizman, ASC chats about his lighting aesthetic, reveals his technique for flashing film stock and shares anecdotes from the set of the 1974 version of The Taking of Pelham One Two Three with fellow ASC member Rodney Taylor.||7/14/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
|5||VideoBatman: The Dark Knight -- Wally Pfister, ASC||Wally Pfister, ASC discusses working on The Dark Knight, the use of IMAX and shooting single camera, as well as his long term working relationship with Christopher Nolan in this interview with fellow cinematographer Daryn Okada, ASC.||8/28/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||Orson Welles' The Immortal Story||Willy Kurant, ASC, AFC is interviewed by Denis Lenoir, ASC, AFC about his work on Orson Welles' 1969 production created for French television, Une Historie Immortelle (The Immortal Story).||5/1/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
It's nice to read and also hear about how know cinematographers go about they're business. its insightful and most of the time educational. You can learn allot from just listening. The ASC is very reaching out to talent and cherishes the art of cinematography so I'd defiantly listen to another podcast.
Love the pod please record more
loved interview!! I want more
So much great information for a student cinematographer!! Please do more!!!!!