Framestore lands four VFX Emmy nominations
British Cinematographer Magazine
by Tom Williams
11h ago
Framestore has been nominated for four awards at this year’s Emmys, with its boundary-pushing work represented across a range of styles and genres. This year’s nominations demonstrate why Framestore is the world’s go-to studio for prestige television, breathing life into high-end productions that range from fantasy and sci-fi to acclaimed period drama. The nominated projects ... Read more The post Framestore lands four VFX Emmy nominations appeared first on British Cinematographer ..read more
Visit website
Flim Independent to present changemaker award to Linda Yvette Chávez, Tze Chun & Grace Lee
British Cinematographer Magazine
by Tom Williams
11h ago
Film Independent, the nonprofit arts organisation celebrating 40 years of the Spirit Awards, announced the 2024 Changemaker Awards, which will be presented to three outstanding Film Independent Fellows: Linda Yvette Chávez (Project Involve 2010, Screenwriting Lab 2015), Tze Chun (Project Involve 2008, Fast Track 2010), and Grace Lee (Documentary Lab 2012). The ceremony will take ... Read more The post Flim Independent to present changemaker award to Linda Yvette Chávez, Tze Chun & Grace Lee appeared first on British Cinematographer ..read more
Visit website
Brompton Technology helps CJP advance in UK education market
British Cinematographer Magazine
by Tom Williams
11h ago
Originally only seen on sets of large-scale Hollywood productions like The Mandalorian and most recently in Barbie and Dune blockbusters, virtual production (VP) is becoming an important element of the modern day education. Leading institutions like Sunderland University, University for the Creative Arts (UCA) and Solent University Southhampton have embraced Brompton LED processing as part of ... Read more The post Brompton Technology helps CJP advance in UK education market appeared first on British Cinematographer ..read more
Visit website
2024 Trans Possibilities Intensive fellows announced
British Cinematographer Magazine
by Tom Williams
11h ago
The nonprofit Sundance Institute announced the artists selected to participate in the Sundance Institute Trans Possibilities Intensive, a three-part event held online from July 22–24 focusing on the advancement of transgender storytellers of colour and their projects. Created to provide a supportive environment for sharpening skills, developing community, and challenging the obstacles that continue to ... Read more The post 2024 Trans Possibilities Intensive fellows announced appeared first on British Cinematographer ..read more
Visit website
Meet the new full and associate BSC members
British Cinematographer Magazine
by Tom Williams
11h ago
The latest Full and Associate BSC members have been announced and were celebrated at the BSC Summer Lunch. Six talented cinematographers and two camera operators have been invited to join the society who you can find out all about by reading on! Anna Valdez Hanks BSC Selected credits  Hope Gap Missing You Culprits Magpie Murders ... Read more The post Meet the new full and associate BSC members appeared first on British Cinematographer ..read more
Visit website
IMAGO: IMAGO Authorship Committee
British Cinematographer Magazine
by Tom Williams
3d ago
FACING THE FUTURE Specialist lawyer Dr Cristina Busch and cinematographer Argyris Theos GSC, chair of the IMAGO Authorship Committee, examine the impact of artificial intelligence on the art of cinematography from a creativity and authorship perspective.  Will artificial intelligence (AI) take our jobs, or is it making us more creative? Can our creative work, when ... Read more The post IMAGO: IMAGO Authorship Committee appeared first on British Cinematographer ..read more
Visit website
BSC Heritage Series / Freddie Young OBE BSC  
British Cinematographer Magazine
by Tom Williams
3d ago
FOREVER YOUNG Freddie Young OBE BSC’s lens has woven cinematic epics resonating through generations, spanning from Lawrence of Arabia to Doctor Zhivago, amidst the tumult of two world wars . Fascinated by films as a child, Freddie Young OBE BSC went to the cinema at least twice a week. He also swam at Lime Grove swimming ... Read more The post BSC Heritage Series / Freddie Young OBE BSC   appeared first on British Cinematographer ..read more
Visit website
Agnesh Pakozdi / Blackbird, Blackbird, Blackberry
British Cinematographer Magazine
by Tom Williams
3d ago
BIRDS OF A FEATHER Cinematographer Agnesh Pakozdi builds on her career-defining collaboration with Elene Naveriani with the pair’s most lauded film to date, a subtle portrayal of feminism in smalltown Georgia.   48-year-old Etero has never wanted a husband, but after a life-upending accident, she finds herself passionately falling for a married man in Blackbird, Blackbird, ... Read more The post Agnesh Pakozdi / <em>Blackbird, Blackbird, Blackberry</em> appeared first on British Cinematographer ..read more
Visit website
Adam Stone / The Bikeriders
British Cinematographer Magazine
by Tom Williams
4d ago
CYCLE OF LIFE To tell a story of risk, riders and renegades, writer-director Jeff Nichols and cinematographer Adam Stone hit the open road, drawing upon tried and tested techniques and exploring new expansive horizons to bring the lost era of a Midwestern motorcycle club back to life.  When approaching a new cinematic project, writer-director Jeff ... Read more The post Adam Stone / <em>The Bikeriders</em> appeared first on British Cinematographer ..read more
Visit website
David Katznelson BSC DFF / The Tattooist of Auschwitz
British Cinematographer Magazine
by Tom Williams
4d ago
LOVE SHINES IN DARKNESS Cinematographer David Katznelson BSC DFF, drawing on his personal connection as the son of child of a concentration camp survivor, makes The Tattooist of Auschwitz especially poignant.  Even in the darkest of situations love can be found and such is the case with The Tattooist of Auschwitz where amongst the imprisoned ... Read more The post David Katznelson BSC DFF / <em>The Tattooist of Auschwitz</em> appeared first on British Cinematographer ..read more
Visit website

Follow British Cinematographer Magazine on FeedSpot

Continue with Google
Continue with Apple
OR