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Mississippi Burning

Novelist Rodes Fishburne's new series, Paradise Lost, for Spectrum Originals is a rich, Southern slow burn in front of the camera, and a path toward inclusivity behind the lens. by David Geffner / Photos and F... Read More...

Riding In The Car With Allen

Union members pay tribute to award-winning Director of Photography Allen Daviau, ASC. by Pauline Rogers / Featured Image Courtesy of Bruce McBroom    The internet blew up on April 15th, 2020 when ... Read More...

Between a Rock and a Hard Place

Michael Alden Lloyd digs deep for indie gold in the new Lionsgate feature, The Quarry. by Pauline Rogers / Photos and Framegrabs Courtesy of Lionsgate   “It’s a classic setup – a stranger rolls in... Read More...

And The Winner Is…For Real!

Game engine technology is showing up all over the film and TV industry, and now it takes a bow in the world of live awards shows.  by Debra Kaufman   Hollywood and game engines have fo... Read More...

The Real-Life Superhero

Harriet Tubman was the toughest freedom fighter that ever lived. Just ask John Toll, ASC, director Kasi Lemmons, and the dedicated indie team who brought Harriet to the big screen. By David Gef... Read More...

Stand and Deliver

Director of Photography Tommy Maddox-Upshaw and On My Block  Co-Creator/Showrunner Lauren Iungerich working on Season 2 of the Netflix series, set in South L.A.   Inclusivity Behind The Lens Is A Powe... Read More...

The Voice

Zoran Veselic left us this summer, but anyone who ever worked with or met him will carry deep and wonderful memories forever forward. by Pauline Rogers   Veselic (L) on the set of Silence with Marti... Read More...

Words To Film By

  David Stragmeister, DP, Intergalactic Samurai Here's What The 2018 Emerging Cinematographer Award Honorees Have To Say About...Everything! by Margot Lester / Photos Courtesy of ECA Honorees  Writi... Read More...

Ruff and Ready

The Guild team behind the indie comedy, Dog Days, sniffed out valuable lessons from their unpredictable canine stars. by Pauline Rogers / Photos by Jacob Yakob Any pet owner knows dogs can frustrate the hec... Read More...

Into The Wild

Media-based journeys push technological limits at Sundance 2018 In the six years since Sundance’s New Frontier program debuted Nonny del la Peña’s iconic virtual reality (VR) experience, Hunger in L.A., th... Read More...

Bedrock of New York

The impact of Sol Negrin, ASC, SOC, on the film and television industry will live on long after his passing, as his peers, colleagues, friends, family and students recall in this loving tribute. By Pauline Rog... Read More...

Peaks and Valleys

Local 600-shot films in Park City this year rise to new heights (and emotionally challenging depths). By David Geffner. All photos courtesy of The Sundance Institute unless otherwise noted.  Fans of indie cin... Read More...