CAPTIVE STATE
March 2019

Directed by Rupert Wyatt
Alex Disenhof | Director of Photography
Abby O'Sullivan | Costume Designer

THE PREDATOR
Now in Theaters

Directed by Shane Black
Larry Fong, ASC | Director of Photography

NIKE | Dream Crazy

Directed by Emmanuel Lubezki & Lance Acord
Emmanuel Lubezki, ASC, AMC | Director of Photography

AMERICAN HORROR STORY: APOCALYPSE
Now on FX

Created by Ryan Murphy & Brad Falchuk
Gavin Kelly | Director of Photography
Giles Masters | Production Designer

FOREVER
Now on Amazon Prime

Created by Alan Yang & Matt Hubbard
Amy Williams | Production Designer

DIOR | Joy

Directed by Francis Lawrence
Emmanuel Lubezki, ASC, AMC | Director of Photography
Dylan Kahn | Production Designer

VERIZON | Call Mom

Directed by Casey&Danielle
Sean Bagely | Director of Photography

HER SMELL
2018 Toronto International Film Festival

Directed by Alex Ross Perry
Fletcher Chancey | Production Designer

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UPCOMING RELEASES

THE HATE U GIVE

THE HATE U GIVE

Mihai Malaimare Jr.
Director of Photography

TIFF 2018

DESTROYER

DESTROYER

Julie Kirkwood
Director of Photography

Kay Lee
Production Designer

TIFF 2018

WHAT THEY HAD

WHAT THEY HAD

Chris Stull
Production Designer

TIFF 2018

MONSTERS AND MEN

MONSTERS AND MEN

Pat Scola
Director of Photography

TIFF 2018

A MILLION LITTLE PIECES

A MILLION LITTLE PIECES

Mary Claire Hannan
Costume Designer

TIFF 2018

THE PREDATOR

THE PREDATOR

Larry Fong, ASC
Director of Photography

Michael Diner
Supervising Art Director

TIFF 2018

SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS

SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS

Hilda Rasula
Editor

Darrin Navarro, ACE
Editor

TIFF 2018

HOMECOMING

HOMECOMING

Franklin Peterson
Editor

TIFF 2018

PRESS

Jennifer Lawrence Dominates in Dior’s New Campaign

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“It feels like a crew of 100 is on hand to produce a short film for Joy [designed by DYLAN KAHN], Dior’s first new fragrance in 20 years…Francis Lawrence, who worked with J.Law in Red Sparrow and the Hunger Games franchise, is directing, alongside [EMMANUEL LUBEZKI, ASC, AMC], who won the Oscar for Cinematography for the films GRAVITY, BIRDMAN, and THE REVENANT. “The fact that I’m working with Chivo on this blows my mind,” the actress said of the latter; nicknamed “the goat” in Spanish.”

Read the full article here.

Multi-Camera Television Cinematographers On The Magic Of Their Craft

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[Cinematographer PATTI LEE] ‘The most important element of a multi-camera sitcom is the audience,”’she adds. ‘So many times, a pilot or show will seem a little dull or flat during rehearsals, but when the audience shows up and there’s that immediate reaction, the difference is remarkable. It’s a live stage show, and first impressions are important. If someone flubs their line, they back up, so the set up for the joke is right.'”

Read the full article here. 

THE INNOCENTS DP David Procter reveals how he shot the Netflix show in two countries

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“It wasn’t until I was 19, studying a diploma at Ravensbourne, that I even knew what a cinematographer was.” [says David Procoter] “After three years at film school, I moved to London without a single contact. Working in a camera house, a stint as a terrible focus puller and paying the bills selling coffee machines on the side, I cut my teeth in documentaries. In 2006, I was fortunate enough to receive a BIFA nomination for the doc Red Sands. That attention was the start of my journey.”

Read the full interview here

Indiewire: Here Are the Cameras and Lenses That Shot The Year’s Best TV Shows

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“Cameras and lenses can make a huge difference on a project, something this year’s Emmy-nominated cinematographers know something about. IndieWire reached out to this year’s nominees for Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (Half-Hour), Single-Camera Series (One Hour), and Limited Series or Movie, and asked them which format, camera and lenses they used. But just as important, we asked them why they were the right tools to achieve their show’s unique look.”

See the full list — including Patrick Cady, ASC and Colin Watkinson — here.

Indiewire: 19 Beautiful Shots From Every Best Cinematography Nominee

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“This year, 19 cinematographers received Emmy nominations for their work in one of three categories: Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (Half-Hour), Single-Camera Series (One Hour), and Limited Series or Movie. Here are 19 still photos that capture the cinematic essence of these beautifully shot shows [including INSECURE from cinematographer Patrick Cady, ASC and THE HANDMAID’S TALE from cinematographer Colin Watkinson].”

See Handmaid’s Tale here and Insecure here.

View the full gallery here.