The ASC Clubhouse Conversations format is a series of talks with world-renowned cinematographers as they share their inspirations and experiences while analyzing their work and creative process.
In this episode, cinematographers Steve Yedlin, ASC, Jaron Presant, ASC and Christine Ng are joined by interviewer Patrick Cady, ASC to discuss their work on Poker Face — the comedic detective series about a casino worker with a knack for solving murder mysteries.
In this episode, cinematographers Celiana Cárdenas, AMC and Hilda Mercado, AMC are joined by interviewer Patrick Cady, ASC to discuss their work on A Friend of the Family — the dramatic miniseries that recounts the true story of a family who fell victim to kidnapping twice over a period of two years.
In this episode, cinematographer Adriano Goldman, ASC, ABC is joined by interviewer Richard Crudo, ASC to discuss his work on The Crown — the historical-drama series that charts the reign and private life of Queen Elizabeth II.
In this episode, cinematographer Drew Daniels is joined by interviewer Tommy Maddox-Upshaw, ASC to discuss his work on Swarm — the satirical horror-thriller series about a young woman's dark obsession with a pop star.
In this episode, cinematographers Jon Joffin, ASC; Jeremy Leach; C. Kim Miles, ASC, CSC, MySC; and David Rom are joined by interviewer Dave Perkal, ASC to discuss their latest respective works for Apple TV+ — Schmigadoon!, Gutsy, Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie and Ted Lasso.
In this episode, cinematographer Damián García is joined by interviewer Dave Perkal, ASC to discuss his work on Andor — the limited-series prequel to the Star Wars features Rogue One (2016) and Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977).
In this episode, cinematographer Checco Varese, ASC is joined by interviewer Suki Medenčević, ASC, ASBiH, SAS to discuss his work on Daisy Jones & The Six — the 10-part dramatic series that explores the interpersonal conflicts between members of a 1970s rock band.
In this episode, cinematographer Joe Anderson is joined by interviewer Nathaniel Goodman, ASC to discuss his work on Mrs. Davis — the limited sci-fi dramedy series from creators Tara Hernandez and Damon Lindelof about a nun's fight against artificial intelligence.
In this episode, cinematographer Jeff Cutter and director Dan Trachtenberg are joined by interviewer Shelly Johnson, ASC to discuss their work in Prey — the prequel to Predator that follows a young Comanche woman's fight for survival against both human and alien invaders.
In this episode, cinematographer Shasta Spahn is joined by interviewer Suki Medenčević, ASC, ASBiH, SAS to discuss her work on season two of the Emmy-nominated thriller series Yellowjackets.
In this episode, cinematographer Nicola Daley, ACS is joined by interviewer Shelly Johnson, ASC to discuss her work on season five of The Handmaid's Tale — the acclaimed dystopian series on Hulu based on the 1985 novel by Margaret Atwood.
In this episode, cinematographers Tim Cragg and Ben Maghay and director Mary McCartney are joined by interviewer Seamus McGarvey, ASC, BSC to discuss their work in If These Walls Could Sing — a documentary that charts the rich history of Abbey Road Studios and its immeasurable influence on music as we know it.
Cinematographer Larkin Seiple is joined by interviewer Nathaniel Goodman, ASC for this episode on his work in Beef — the dark-comedy series from creator Lee Sung Jin that explores how a road-rage incident turns two complete strangers into sworn enemies.
Cinematographer Larkin Seiple is joined by interviewer M. David Mullen, ASC for this episode about his work on Everything Everywhere All at Once — the multiverse-hopping, action-packed comedic drama from the writer-director duo Daniels.
Cinematographer Linus Sandgren, ASC, FSF is joined by interviewer Shelly Johnson, ASC for this episode about his work on Babylon — writer-director Damien Chazelle’s period comedy-drama that explores the raucous era of early-Hollywood excess.
In this episode, cinematographer Matthew Libatique, ASC is joined by interviewer Tommy Maddox-Upshaw, ASC to discuss his work on Don’t Worry Darling and The Whale — the latest features from directors Olivia Wilde and Darren Aronofsky, respectively.
In this episode, cinematographer Robert Richardson, ASC, director Antoine Fuqua and production visual effects supervisor Robert Legato are joined by moderator Shelly Johnson, ASC to discuss their work on Emancipation — the historical action thriller centered on a runaway slave's escape from a Louisiana plantation.
Cinematographer Steve Yedlin, ASC is joined by interviewer Dave Perkal, ASC to discuss his work on Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery — director Rian Johnson’s sequel to his twisty 2019 whodunit, Knives Out.
In this episode, cinematographer Florian Hoffmeister, BSC and writer-director Todd Field are joined by interviewer Rodrigo Prieto, ASC, AMC to discuss their work on Tàr — a searing psychodrama that charts the downfall of a world-class composer.
Cinematographer Greig Fraser, ACS, ASC is joined by interviewer Chris Manley, ASC to discuss his work on The Batman — director Matt Reeves’ moody reinvention of the classic Batman mythos.
Cinematographer Natasha Braier, ASC, ADF is joined by interviewer Nancy Schreiber, ASC in this episode about her work on She Said — director Maria Schrader’s journalism thriller centered on the reporters who broke the Harvey Weinstein sexual-assault story.
Cinematographer Autumn Durald Arkapaw, ASC is joined by interviewer Nicole Whitaker, ASC to discuss her work on Black Panther: Wakanda Forever — the sprawling sequel to director Ryan Coogler’s groundbreaking 2018 Marvel feature, Black Panther.
In this episode, cinematographers Natalie Kingston, Nicole Whitaker, ASC, and Ramsey Nickell are joined by interviewer and ASC associate member Jay Holben to discuss their latest respective works for Apple TV+ — Blackbird, Bad Sisters and Five Days at Memorial.
Cinematographer Darius Khondji, ASC, AFC is joined by interviewer Caleb Deschanel, ASC for this episode about his work on Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths — director Alejandro González Iñárritu's portrait of a Mexican filmmaker in the throes of an existential crisis.
Cinematographer Claudio Miranda, ASC is joined by Dave Perkal, ASC to discuss his work on Top Gun: Maverick — director Joseph Kosinski's aerial-action-packed sequel to the 1986 classic, Top Gun.
Cinematographer Luc Montpellier, CSC is joined by interviewer Nancy Schreiber, ASC for this episode about his work on Women Talking — director Sarah Polley’s drama centered on the challenges faced by eight women living within an insular Mennonite colony.
Cinematographer Mandy Walker, ASC, ACS and co-writer/director Baz Luhrmann are joined by interviewer Greig Fraser, ASC, ACS for this episode on their work in Elvis — the musical biopic charting the life of rock-and-roll icon Elvis Presley.
Cinematographer Rina Yang, BSC is joined by interviewer Steven Fierberg, ASC for this episode on her work in Nanny — a psychological horror feature that follows an undocumented Senegalese immigrant's unsettling experiences living and working in New York City.
Cinematographer Diego García is joined by interviewer Quyen Tran, ASC in this episode about his work on Causeway — the feature debut of playwright-turned-filmmaker Lila Neugebauer about an injured soldier's painful homecoming.
In this episode, cinematographer Ben Davis, BSC is joined by interviewer Dave Perkal, ASC to discuss his work on The Banshees of Inisherin — a tragicomic tale of an abruptly-ended friendship from writer-director Martin McDonagh.
Cinematographer James Friend, ASC, BSC is joined by interviewer Erik Messerschmidt, ASC in this episode about his work on All Quiet on the Western Front — the new feature adaptation of Erich Maria Remarque's timeless literary classic.
Cinematographer Ji-yong Kim is joined by interviewer Patrick Cady, ASC in this episode about his work on Decision to Leave — the dark and twisty new romance-thriller from prolific Korean filmmaker Park Chan-wook.
In this episode, cinematographer Sayombhu Mukdeeprom and director Ron Howard are joined by interviewer Chris Manley, ASC to discuss their work together on Thirteen Lives — the survival drama based on the extraordinary true story of the Tham Luang cave rescue operation in Thailand.
Cinematographer Michał Dymek, PSC speaks with interviewer Phedon Papamichael, ASC, GSC in this episode about his work in EO — a one-of-a-kind road movie that tracks the journey of a circus donkey who roams the Polish and Italian countryside.
Cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema, ASC, FSF, NSC is joined by interviewer James Whitaker, ASC for this episode on his work in Nope — the strange and spectacular sci-fi horror feature from writer-director Jordan Peele.
For this episode, cinematographer Polly Morgan, ASC, BSC sits down with interviewer Michael Goi, ASC, ISC to discuss her work in The Woman King — an historical epic centered on a group of women warriors tasked with protecting the kingdom of Dahomey in 19th-century West Africa.
Cinematographer Bobby Bukowski is joined by interviewer John Simmons, ASC for this episode about his work in Till — the biographical drama based on the life of Mamie Till-Mobley, whose 14-year-old son, Emmett Till, was tragically murdered in 1955.
In this 43-minute episode, cinematographer Christina Alexandra Voros discusses her Emmy-nominated work in this Paramount Plus period Western series, in conversation with Charlie Lieberman, ASC.
In this 72-minute episode, cinematographers Ava Berkofsky, ASC; Carl Herse and Todd Banhazl are joined interviewer Patrick Cady, ASC to discuss their respective nominated series.
Emmy-nominated director of photography Kris Kaczor and cinematographers Alicia Sully and Sebastian Lindstrom discuss shooting this Disney Plus/NatGeo documentary directed by Ron Howard, in conversation with Dave Perkal, ASC.
In this 68-minute episode, cinematographer Autumn Durald Arkapaw, ASC details her Emmy-nominated camerawork in the Marvel Studios/Disney Plus series Loki, in discussion with interviewer Patrick Cady, ASC.
In this 76-minute episode, Gregory Middleton, ASC, CSC discusses his Emmy-nominated camerawork in the Marvel Studios superhero show Moon Knight, as interviewed by Patrick Cady, ASC.
In this special 83-minute episode, 2022 Emmy nominees Adam Bricker; Michael Prickett; Marcell Rév, HCA; and Christian Sprenger detail their respective camerawork and production experiences during a group discussion moderated by David Perkal, ASC.
In this 81-minute discussion, M. David Mullen, ASC details the visual approach to the show and his Emmy-nominated episode How Do You Get to Carnegie Hall? — as interviewed by David Perkal, ASC.
In this new 49-minute episode, cinematographer Drew Daniels and executive producer-director Lawrence Trilling discuss their Amazon Studios sci-fi Western series, as interviewed by Patrick Cady, ASC.
Cinematographer Cliff Charles is joined by interviewer Patrick Cady, ASC for this 55-minute episode focused on his camerawork in this Apple TV+ sports drama inspired by the life of NBA star Kevin Durant.
Cinematographers Suzie Lavelle, BSC, ISC and Bobby Shore, CSC are joined by ASC associate member and AC technical editor Jay Holben in a 54-minute episode to discuss this 12-episode Hulu drama, based on the novel of the same name by Irish author Sally Rooney.
Cinematographers Michelle Lawler and Jonathan Furmanski are joined by interviewer Patti Lee, ASC to discuss their camerawork in this true-life Hulu miniseries depicting corporate greed and deception in Silicon Valley.
In this 49-minute episode, cinematographer Karl-Walter Lindenlaub, ASC, BVK discusses his work in this Paramount Plus sci-fi series, based on the popular video game trilogy, as interviewed by ASC associate member and American Cinematographer technical editor Jay Holben.
In this 59-minute episode, director of photography Shawn Kim discusses his work in the final season of this award-winning Netflix crime drama series, in discussion with interviewer James Whitaker, ASC.
In this new 59-minute episode, interviewer Patrick Cady, ASC talks to cinematographer Ula Pontikos, BSC about her camerawork in Season 2 of this wry, mysteriously complex Netflix series.
Cinematographer Tommy Maddox-Upshaw, ASC details the visual approach to his forward-looking Showtime sci-fi series to interviewer Patrick Cady, ASC in this new 60-minute episode.
In this 52-minute episode, cinematographer Salvatore Totino, ASC, AIC and writer-showrunner Nikki Toscano discuss their work in this Paramount+ series with interviewers Michael Goi, ASC, ISC and American Cinematographer editor Stephen Pizzello.
In this 59-minute episode, cinematographer Checco Varese, ASC, AMC talks to interviewer George Mooradian, ASC about his work in this Hulu drama, which details the tragic story behind the opioid addiction epidemic in America.
In this 60-minute episode, cinematographer Paul Sarossy, ASC, CSC, BSC talks to interviewer Patrick Cady, ASC about his work in this Epix period drama, which traces the life of the notorious American frontier outlaw.
In this 60-minute episode, cinematographer Kristopher Kimlin and directors Andrew Erwin and Jon Erwin are joined by interviewer Don Burgess, ASC to discuss their inspiring sports drama about famed quarterback Kurt Warner.
In this new 60-minute episode — hosted by interviewer Steven Fierberg, ASC — cinematographer Dan Laustsen, ASC, DFF details his visual approach to this period drama and his collaboration with director Guillermo del Toro.
In this 59-minute episode, cinematographer Bruno Delbonnel, ASC, AFC details his visual approach to this stylish Shakespearian drama, in discussion with interviewer Shelly Johnson, ASC.
In this 54-minute episode, Haris Zambarloukos, BSC, GSC and writer-director Sir Kenneth Branagh detail their depiction of a tumultuous era in Northern Ireland’s history, in discussion with interviewer Shelly Johnson, ASC.
In this episode, cinematographer Seamus McGarvey, ASC, BSC, ICS and director Joe Wright talk to interviewer Mandy Walker ASC, ACS about their romantic period musical — a new take on the classic tale by French writer Edmond Rostand — and their longstanding collaboration.
In this 49-minute discussion, cinematographer Alice Brooks, ASC and director Lin-Manuel Miranda detail their collaboration on this musical drama, as interviewed by Lawrence Sher, ASC.
In this 58-minute episode, interviewer Tommy Maddox-Upshaw, ASC talks to cinematographer Kramer Morgenthau, ASC and director Liesl Tommy about their collaboration on this period drama depicting the life of legendary singer Aretha Franklin.
In this 63-minute episode, cinematographer Linus Sandgren, ASC, FSF discusses his work in this James Bond adventure with interviewer Natasha Braier, ASC, ADF — detailing his use of 35mm and 65mm film capture and image optimization for Imax presentation.
In this 60-minute episode, cinematographer Jeff Cronenweth, ASC and director Aaron Sorkin describe their visual approach to this period drama depicting the behind-the-scenes life of TV icons Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, in discussion with interviewer Caleb Deschanel, ASC.
Frank Herbert’s Dune is one of the most beloved science-fiction/fantasy novels ever published, and a long-awaited adaptation directed by Denis Villeneuve and photographed by Greig Fraser, ASC, ACS has brought a new, epic take to the big screen.
In this 48-minute episode, interviewer Nancy Schrieber, ASC talks to cinematographer Edu Grau, ASC, AEC and director Rebecca Hall about their creative approach to this period drama depicting a friendship affected by race politics.
In this panel discussion, filmmaker, AC contributor and moderator Jim Hemphill talks to the trio of cinematographers who brought this history-based conspiracy drama series to the screen: Fraser Brown, CSC; David Greene, ASC, CSC and Boris Mojsovski, ASC, CSC.
Cinematographer Paula Huidobro, AMC and writer-director Siân Heder discuss their acclaimed indie drama with interviewer Levie Isaacks, ASC.
Interviewer and documentary specialist Shana Hagan, ASC talks to Emmy-nominated director-cinematographer Kirsten Johnson, ASC in this 60-minute episode, discussing her aims for new cinematic territory with this uniquely personal hybrid project.
In this 67-minute episode, interviewer John Simmons, ASC talks with Emmy nominees Patti Lee, ASC; George Mooradian, ASC and Donald A. Morgan, ASC about their individual creative approaches to their respective series.
Interviewer Larry Sher, ASC is joined by cinematographer Adriano Goldman, ASC, ABC, BSC for this 75-minute discussion about his Emmy-nominated camerawork in Season Four of the award-winning Netflix period drama, which brings its insider story of the British monarchy into the modern age.
In this 59-minute episode, interviewer C. Kim Miles, ASC, CSC, MySC talks with Emmy-nominated cinematographers Ben Richardson, ASC and David Franco about their respective crime dramas.
Interviewer Michael Pessah, ASC talks to cinematographers Nathaniel Goodman, ASC and Tat Radcliffe, BSC about shooting their respective Emmy-nominated series.
In this new 64-minute episode, interviewer Jim Hemphill leads the discussion as cinematographers Marcell Rév, HCA and Adam Bricker discuss their respective Emmy-nominated HBO and HBO Max series.
In this episode, interviewer Charlie Lieberman, ASC and cinematographer Dan Stoloff break down the visual approach to this disturbing-yet-funny take on the familiar superhero mythos.
In this 73-minute episode, interviewer Amelia Vincent, ASC talks to cinematographer Checco Varese, ASC about his anamorphic camerawork in this period Amazon Prime Video supernatural series.
Interviewer Denis Lenoir, ASC, AFC, ASK talks to cinematographer Steven Fierberg, ASC about shooting with a French crew in the City of Light for this Netflix romantic-comedy series, in which a young American woman learns to love la différence.
Interviewer Michael M. Pessah, ASC talks to cinematographer James Laxton, ASC about his work in this Amazon Prime miniseries directed by friend and frequent collaborator Barry Jenkins.
Charlie Lieberman, ASC moderates the discussion in this group chat with cinematographers Peter Deming, ASC; Elliot Davis; and James Friend, ASC, BSC — detailing their work in their respective Showtime projects.
Interviewer Michael M. Pessah, ASC talks to cinematographer Thimios Bakatakis about how he and series co-creator Aziz Ansari collaborated to take this award-winning Netflix series in a new visual direction.
Show creator Noah Hawley and cinematographer Dana Gonzales, ASC are joined by interviewer C. Kim Miles, ASC, CSC, MySC to discuss their FX Networks anthology crime series, which in Season 4 offered a unique narrative set in the 1950s.
Interviewer Kirsten Johnson, ASC talks to director Steve James and cinematographer Jackson James in this 57-minute episode about their Nat Geo docu-series, which offers a complex portrait of how cultural, political and social forces are reshaping the urban center of Chicago.
In this 51-minute episode, AC contributor and filmmaker Jim Hemphill moderates a group discussion focused on non-fiction production, featuring three cinematographers whose recent work offers unique perspectives on contemporary storytelling and production techniques.
In this 76-minute episode, interviewer Rodney Taylor, ASC talks to cinematographer Kevin McKnight, ASC about his camerawork in this Net Geo series, profiling the life and artistry of legendary singer Aretha Franklin.
In this new 51-minute episode, interviewer John Simmons, ASC talks with cinematographer Nancy Schreiber, ASC about her camerawork in this provocative Starz series, which depicts the drama behind the scenes at The Pynk — a strip club in the Mississippi Delta.
In this new 59-minute episode, underwater cinematography veteran Pete Romano, ASC talks with executive producer-writer-director Brian Armstrong and director of photography Hayes Baxley about shooting their Disney+ nature documentary.
AC contributor and filmmaker Jim Hemphill moderates a discussion with four of our nominees in this category, detailing their creative approach to their respective projects: Mank, The Trial of the Chicago 7, Nomadland and Cherry.
AC contributor and filmmaker Jim Hemphill moderates a discussion with our nominees about the camerawork in their respective shows: Perry Mason, Lucifer, The Crown, Impulse and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.
AC contributor and filmmaker Jim Hemphill moderates a discussion with nominees about the camerawork in the respective shows: The Plot Against America, The Great, Fargo, The Queen’s Gambit and Watchmen.
AC contributor and filmmaker Jim Hemphill moderates a discussion with nominees in the Episode of a Half-Hour Television Series Award category about the camerawork in their respective shows: Insecure, The Mandalorian and Homecoming.
AC contributor and filmmaker Jim Hemphill moderates a discussion with nominees in the Episode of a One-Hour Series for Commercial Television category about the camerawork in their respective shows: Better Call Saul, Project Blue Book and Motherland: Fort Salem.
The three nominees discuss the camerawork in their respective narrative features with moderator Rodney Taylor, ASC: Swallow, Two of Us and Dear Comrades!
The nominees in the Documentary category discuss their respective non-fiction films with moderator Rodney Taylor, ASC: The Truffle Hunters, Gunda and Notturno.
In this 75-minute episode, interviewer Shelly Johnson, ASC; cinematographer Andrew Dunn, BSC; and producer-director Lee Daniels discuss the making of this period drama focusing on the life of legendary jazz/swing singer Billie Holiday (played by Andra Day).
Interviewer Steven Fierberg, ASC talks with cinematographer Markus Förderer, ASC, BVK about this sci-fi feature, written and directed by Mike Cahill, in which a downtrodden man (Owen Wilson) finds himself at odds with reality after meeting a mysterious woman (Salma Hayek), and soon suspects that they may be living in a computer simulation.
Interviewer Shelly Johnson, ASC questions cinematographer Dariusz Wolski, ASC about how he helped director Paul Greengrass leave his comfort zone for this Western drama.
Interviewer Rodney Taylor, ASC talks to cinematographer Marcell Rév, HCA about his visual approach to this intimate two-person drama, written and directed by Sam Levinson and shot on black-and-white film.
Interviewer James Laxton, ASC talks to cinematographer Shabier Kirchner about his camerawork in this limited series directed by Steve McQueen (seen together below) — chronicling a turbulent era in London during the 1960s and ’80s as immigrants from the West Indies struggled against intolerance and injustice.
Interviewer Lawrence Sher, ASC and cinematographer Newton Thomas Sigel, ASC discuss this experimental drama, directed by Joe and Anthony Russo, that conveys the fractured POV of a troubled Gulf War vet.
Interviewer Patti Lee, ASC and cinematographer Tami Reiker, ASC discuss shooting this intense period ensemble drama, directed by Regina King, as it depicts a unique moment in time when four iconic figures — Cassius Clay, Malcolm X, Jim Brown and Sam Cooke — shared the evening of February 25, 1964 in deep conversation.
Interviewer Seamus McGarvey, ASC, BSC talks to cinematographer Newton Thomas Sigel, ASC and writer-director Spike Lee about their powerful drama depicting the continuing trauma created by racial injustice and the Vietnam War.
In this 85-minute episode, interviewer Caleb Deschanel, ASC talks to cinematographer Erik Messerschmidt, ASC and director David Fincher about their stylish black-and-white period drama.
In this 56-minute episode interviewer Lawrence Sher, ASC talks to cinematographer Philippe Le Sourd, ASC, AFC and writer-director Sofia Coppola about the visual approach to their wry comedy.
Director of photography Tobias Schliessler, ASC and interviewer Lawrence Sher, ASC discuss the expert period cinematography in this dramatic story of artistic struggle.
Interviewer Seamus McGarvey, ASC, BSC talks with cinematographer Benjamin Kracun about his camerawork in this pitch-black-comedy thriller written and directed by Emerald Fennell.
In this 75-minute video, cinematographer Sean Bobbitt, BSC and interviewer Steven Fierberg, ASC discuss director Shaka King’s provocative period drama revealing the inside story behind the Black Panther Party movement of the 1960s, as a small-time criminal was manipulated by the FBI to infiltrate the organization’s Illinois chapter.
In this interview — conducted by Amelia Vincent, ASC — cinematographer Joshua James Richards discusses his naturalistic visual approach to this engaging drama, directed by Chloé Zhao.
Interviewed by Eric Steelberg, ASC, cinematographer Martin Ruhe, ASC details his visual approach to actor-director George Clooney’s post-apocalyptic sci-fi epic, which is also an intimate character study.
In this neo-noir thriller, a successful married man (Michael Ealy) engages in a one-night stand — only to find himself entangled in the latest investigation of a cunning police detective (Hillary Swank).
Cinematographer Alwin H. Küchler, BSC and director Kevin Macdonald detail their collaboration on this compelling true-life human drama about a suspected terrorist (played by Tahar Rahim) imprisoned by the U.S. at the Guantánamo Bay detention camp without charges for years and the legal team (Jodie Foster and Shailene Woodley) tasked with defending his rights.
In this 70-minute interview, cinematographer Phedon Papamichael, ASC discusses his visual approach to this fact-based, 1960s-set drama depicting the courtroom battle following a violent confrontation between anti-Vietnam war counterculture idealists and the Chicago police.
In this new video, cinematographer Armando Salas, ASC and director Alik Sakharov, ASC discuss their collaboration in this Netflix family crime drama series with interviewer Eric Steelberg, ASC.
In this 97-minute episode, Simon Dennis, BSC is interviewed by Stephen Lighthill, ASC regarding his work in the Netflix period drama — an alternate-history take on Tinseltown of the 1940s.
In this hour-long episode, cinematographer Chris Menges, ASC, BSC and producer Michael Fitzgerald discuss their compelling period drama with interviewer John Bailey, ASC.
Adriano Goldman, ASC, ABC, BSC discusses his much-honored camerawork in this regal Netflix drama with interviewer Larry Sher, ASC.
In this 84-minute episode, interviewer Buddy Squires, ASC speaks with writer-director Bryan Fogel and cinematographer Jake Swantko about making this harrowing documentary about the murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi on Oct. 2, 2018 by Saudi agents in Istanbul.
Cinematographers Ava Berkofsky, ASC and Kira Kelly, ASC discuss their camerawork in HBO’s acclaimed comedic drama series Insecure, interviewed by Larry Sher, ASC. Launched in 2016, the show explores the racial, cultural and relationship experiences of two successful African American women making their way in the world.
Cinematographers Michael Cheeseman and Danny Day discuss their work in this National Geographic series and their creative approach to non-fiction shooting in hostile environments with interviewer James Neihouse, ASC — who also has extensive production experience in similarly difficult locations.
In this 60-minute video, Erik Messerschmidt, ASC discusses his Emmy-nominated camerawork in the disturbing and insightful Netflix crime series Mindhunter with interviewer Charlie Lieberman, ASC.
In this 87-minute discussion video, Emmy-nominated cinematographers Greig Fraser, ASC, ACS and Barry “Baz” Idoine — detail their approach to shooting this Disney Plus series for interviewer Larry Sher, ASC.
Executive producers/directors Nicole Kassell and Stephen Williams; director Steph Green; and cinematographers Xavier Perez Grobet, ASC, AMC; Andrij Parekh, ASC; and Greg Middleton, ASC, CSC discuss their work in this Emmy-nominated sci-fi fantasy series.
In this 72-minute video, ASC members Patti Lee (Bob Hearts Abishola), John Simmons (Family Reunion), Donald A. Morgan (The Ranch) and Gary Baum (Will & Grace) are joined by interviewer Steven V. Silver, ASC. During this in-depth dialogue, the subjects discuss their Emmy-nominated cinematography in their respective multi-camera series.
In this 97-minute video, cinematographers Adriano Goldman, ASC, ABC, BSC (The Crown); Ben Kutchins and Armando Salas, ASC (Ozark); and Benedict Spence (The End of the F***ing World) are joined by interviewers Larry Sher, ASC and Eric Steelberg, ASC. During this in-depth dialogue, the subjects discuss their Emmy-nominated cinematography in their respective Netflix series.
In this 85-minute video, cinematographers M. David Mullen, ASC (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel); Jeff Cronenweth, ASC (Tales from the Loop) and Jas Shelton (Homecoming) are joined by interviewers Larry Sher, ASC and Eric Steelberg, ASC. During this in-depth dialogue, the subjects discuss their Emmy-nominated cinematography in their respective Amazon Prime series and the state of shooting for television with all its inherent challenges — including the art of collaboration with other cinematographers who may be contributing to their series and how to maintain a consistent overall look to the show.
Interviewer Eric Steelberg, ASC talks to director Aaron Schneider, ASC and cinematographer Shelly Johnson, ASC about their taut World War II adventure drama, now streaming on Apple TV Plus.
Interviewer Polly Morgan, ASC, BSC talks with cinematographers Igor Martinović and Zak Mulligan about their work in this HBO horror crime drama miniseries.
Interviewer Eric Steelberg, ASC talks to cinematographer Quyen Tran about her work in this harrowing Netflix drama, which depicts the complex and frustrating hunt for a serial rapist and the lasting damage inflicted upon his victims — especially one whose story is doubted by investigators.
Interviewer Steven Fierberg, ASC talks with cinematographer Frederick Elmes, ASC and director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon about their work in this Amazon period crime series — which depicts the exploits of investigators tracking Nazi war criminals in the 1970s.
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