BEIRUT
In Theaters Now

Directed by Brad Anderson
Björn Charpentier, SBC | Director of Photography

COME SUNDAY
Now on Netflix

Directed by Joshua Marston
Jonathan Montepare | Line Producer
Richard Sherman | Production Designer

THE HANDMAID'S TALE
On Hulu April 25th

Colin Watkinson | Director of Photography
Zoë White, ACS | Director of Photography

OKAY KAYA | #IUD
Fusion Film Festival’s Best Music Video

Directed by Adinah Dancyger
Mia Cioffi Henry | Director of Photography

FIRST REFORMED
In Theaters May 18th

Alexander Dynan | Director of Photography
Grace Yun | Production Designer
Olga Mill | Costume Designer


Alexander Dynan Grace Yun Olga Mill

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY
First Trailer

Directed by Ron Howard
Jeffrey Kim | Director of Photography: Splinter Unit

DEADPOOL 2
In Theaters May 18th

Directed by David Leitch
Jonathan Sela | Director of Photography

HEREDITARY
In Theaters June 8th

Directed by Ari Aster
Grace Yun | Production Designer
Olga Mill | Costume Designer

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UPCOMING RELEASES

THE HANDMAID’S TALE

THE HANDMAID’S TALE

Colin Watkinson
Director of Photography

Zoë White, ACS
Director of Photography

on Hulu April 25th

I’M DYING UP HERE

I’M DYING UP HERE

Jonathan Carlson
Production Designer

Christie Wittenborn
Costume Designer

on Showtime May 6th

ALL NIGHT

ALL NIGHT

Jimmy Gadd
Editor

Matt Diezel
Editor

on Hulu May 11th

FIRST REFORMED

FIRST REFORMED

Alexander Dynan
Director of Photography

Grace Yun
Production Designer

Olga Mill
Costume Designer

in Theaters May 18th

DEADPOOL 2

DEADPOOL 2

Jonathan Sela
Director of Photography

in Theaters May 18th

CLOAK & DAGGER

CLOAK & DAGGER

Ian Tan
Editor

on Freeform June 7th

HEREDITARY

HEREDITARY

Grace Yun
Production Designer

Olga Mill
Costume Designer

In Theaters June 8th

BOUNDARIES

BOUNDARIES

Sara Mishara
Director of Photography

Page Buckner
Production Designer

In Theaters June 22nd

PRESS

Universal Nabs Jason Mantzoukas Movie THE LONG DUMB ROAD

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“Universal Studios’ home entertainment arm has closed a deal for North American rights to the Sundance road-trip movie THE LONG DUMB ROAD, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.

A limited theatrical release is planned alongside a wider home entertainment play by the Universal Pictures Home Entertainment Content Group for the rollout of the Jason Mantzoukas and Tony Revolori starrer [lensed by ANDREW DROZ PALERMO and designed by ALMITRA COREY]

Read the full article here.

Hollywood Reporter Review: HANDMAID’S TALE Season 2

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“For all of the returning stars and writers and directors, cinematographer COLIN WATKINSON practically deserves equal billing at this point. There are composed tableaus in these first episodes that are purely painterly, examinations of color — the aquamarines and handmaid reds of Ane Crabtree’s costumes are the standouts — and space, dangerously tight close-ups or spatially challenging long shots, but sometimes I can just fixate on a stray shaft of light or the drifting particulate in the air for minutes at a time. “

Read the full review here.

Deadline on BEIRUT: ‘Jon Hamm Delivers Best Work Yet In Compelling International Thriller’

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“Shot in and around Tangiers [by cinematographer Björn Charpentier, SBC], the locations have the real feel of the damaged city that was Beirut at the time, and Anderson uses them well. This is a welcome respite for smart-thinking adults looking for a grown-up thriller — it will have you on the edge of your seat the entire time.”

Read the full review here.

Fast & Dirty: Björn Charpentier, SBC / BEIRUT

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“I proposed to Brad to shoot on anamorphic in a complete handheld style together with some zoom shots like they did a lot in the ‘70s,” remarks [cinematographer BJÖRN CHARPENTIER, SBC]. “It felt right because the main character Mason Skiles is a total mess and I wanted to make him a ghost when he comes back for the first time to Beirut; we played with reflections to make Skiles more transparent and kept him in the shadows. When he is in the U.S. I even painted the light bulbs blue to make everything cold around him.”

Read the full article here.

Broken Down, Dirtied, and Greased Up: Designing the Costumes of A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS

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“We build 95% of what we have here, shoes, hats, the whole complete outfit, the jewelry, everything,” [Costume Designer CYNTHIA SUMMERS] explained. “Of course, Olaf has to wear prosthetics. He has a prosthetic forehead and hair. Neil likes to be in his prosthetics when he comes for a fitting, which is great because it helps me envision what I’m doing with what special effects make-up is doing. And then he’ll do the voice he’s going to use and it just brings alive everything in front of me when I’m looking at him. It’s like having my own private show with Neil and his genius.”

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The Leading-Edge Lighting Schemes That Power BLACK LIGHTNING

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“Black Lightning also offers the DP’s the chance to work in unusual smaller setups. A favorite of [series cinematographer] EDUARO MAYEN’S was something he took directly from a comic book — the “Blam!” shot.

“I remembered the original Batman TV show, and the ‘BLAM’ punches,” he recalls. “So, I thought, what if we could get something that is iconic for our show—with a twist?”

The solution was to put a Micro 4/3 Black Magic camera with an 8mm lens on the forearm of Black Lighting’s suit — and punch-in. The result was a cool fist in the foreground as he hits someone in the face!”

 

Read the full article here.