Shooting the Film: An Exploration of Cinematography

Monday, April 21, 2014


Cinematographers are responsible for some of the most breathtaking and memorable images on screen. Join us to hear cinematographers discuss their careers, capturing images to tell a story, and how they shot some of their most famous scenes.

Panelists include All Is Lost cinematographer Frank G. DeMarco, Ballet 422 cinematographer Nick Bentgen, and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind cinematographer Ellen Kuras. Moderated by critic Eric Hynes.

A portion of this audio contains a film clip spoken in Japanese.


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Luke Geissbühler from Brooklyn, NY

I see you have the cinematographers' names incorrect in the summary above. The cinematographers speaking are:

Ben Kutchins
Zachary Heinzerling
Nick Bentgen
Luke Geissbühler

Apr. 28 2014 09:08 PM

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