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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.