How ATOMIC BLONDE director David Leitch and DP Jonathan Sela Pulled Off the Incredible, 10-Minute, ‘One-Take’ Action Sequence

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“’We shot the scene chronologically all the way through,’ says Ronaldsdóttir, who was on set for the entire sequence to make sure each of the cuts worked, since the goal was to make those transitions as invisible as possible. [Cinematographer Jonathan Sela] elaborates: ‘We had to choose the take we wanted right there, and that’s the one we’d have to match to.‘”

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Marvel Television Brings All of Their Superheroes Together in One Big Bold Pilot/Series Shot by Matthew J. Lloyd, CSC

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Matt has this philosophy: ‘Just because it’s simple doesn’t mean it’s not good,’ and he’s so right. One camera build can work in all configurations. We would throw a low-angle prism on a camera in a flash and be chasing between stunt players and landing on a bag to pop something off quickly and continue moving forward.”

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See more work from Matthew J. Lloyd, CSC here.