Monday 23 May 2016 - Updated : 23/05 - Interviews at Cannes
Cinematographer Jean-Louis Vialard, AFC, discusses his work on Delphine and Muriel Coulin’s film “The Stopover”
Soldiers at the beachFollowing 17 Girls, which garnered attention at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival, Delphine and Muriel Coulin are once again in selection for Un Certain Regard with Stopover. This film explores a little-known facet of the French Army: the decompression sessions that take place at the end of each mission and allow soldiers to return to “normal” life, far from the theatre of operations. Their faithful cinematographer, Jean-Louis Vialard, AFC, explains the challenges of this film that was principally shot under the sunlight of the Island of Rhodes.
Friday 20 May 2016 - Updated : 22/05 - Interviews at CannesPeter Suschitzky, ASC, was awarded this year’s Pierre Angénieux ExcelLens in Cinematography Prize at Cannes. This was the opportunity for us to meet with David Cronenberg’s faithful fellow traveller for a filmed interview in English. His high-profile filmography also contains a few cult classics like The Empire Strikes Back, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, and Mars Attacks.
Friday 20 May 2016 - Updated : 24/05 - Cannes Film Festival 2016
Saturday May 21st at 11AM Salon Marius, Hotel Radisson Blu
Saturday 21 May from 11:00 to 13:00 - Hotel Radisson BluThe Angenieux ExcelLens Award is a recent prize awarded during the festival to leading cinematographers. Previous recipients are ASC masters Philippe Rousselot, Vilmos Zsigmond and Roger Deakins. This year’s award will go another great cinematographer, Peter Suschitzky, ASC.
Thursday 19 May 2016 - Updated : 23/05 - Interviews at Cannes
Interview with Cinematographer Nicolas Bolduc, CSC, regarding his work on Kim Nguyen’s film “Two Lovers and a Bear”
Directors’ FortnightSomewhere in Canada’s Great North, Sam and Lucy are passionately in love with each other. But when she decides to leave their small town for her studies, Sam considers breaking up. Their love will be put to the test… In this video interview, Cinematographer Nicolas Bolduc, CSC, discusses the cinematography of this romantic story filmed at -40°C with snowmobiles, a rifle, the aurora borealis… and a whisky-loving white bear.
Thursday 19 May 2016 - Updated : 20/05 - Interviews at Cannes
Cinematographer Natasha Braier, ADF, discusses her work on Nicolas Winding Refn’s film "The Neon Demon"
Paint it BlackNatasha Brier was very much in view at Cannes in 2014 for her work on the Australian suspense film The Rover, and she is back at Cannes this year with Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn. The Neon Demon is set within the fashion industry, and portrays Elle Fanning in the role of a young woman who arrives in Los Angeles to work as a model. The ambiance mixes horror and sophistication for a film that seems to be one of the craziest by the director of Drive, which won the award for Best Director at Cannes in 2011. (FR)
Wednesday 18 May 2016 - Updated : 22/05 - Interviews at CannesUpon graduating from La fémis in 2006 Julien Poupard designed the lighting on a number of short films and was noticed for his work on Party Girl, awarded a Golden Camera at Cannes in 2014. He is a faithful collaborator on first films and for young directors – for example 40-Love by Stéphane Demoustier, or Les Ogres, by Léa Fehner – now he is back with Divines, the first feature-length film by director Houda Benyamina, in selection at the Directors’ Fortnight.
Wednesday 18 May 2016 - Updated : 18/05 - Interviews at Cannes
Cinematographer Christophe Beaucarne, AFC, SBC, dicusses his work on Nicole Garcia’s film "From the Land of the Moon"
Forwarded by Christophe BeaucarneNicole Garcia ’s latest feature is an adaptation of the eponym novel written by the Italian Milena Agus: From the Land of the Moon. While she is no stranger to the Croisette with films like 15 Août, The Adversary, According to Charlie, From the Land of the Moon is in competition for the 69th Festival’s Palme d’Or. For the cinematography of her 8th film, Nicole Garcia called upon Christophe Beaucarne, AFC, SBC, and loyal partner of Jaco Van Doermel, Mathieu Amalric or Anne Fontaine. (BB
Tuesday 17 May 2016 - Updated : 18/05 - Interviews at CannesFilming nature and man’s relationship to it is one of the bases of Alain Guiraudie’s filmography. After Stranger by the Lake, which won the prize for Best Director at Un certain regard at Cannes in 2013, the director shot his fifth feature-length film in the Lozère, the Marais Poitevin, and Brest. Staying Vertical, a movie about wolves, paternity, and loss of status is in competition for the Golden Palm at the 69th annual Cannes Film Festival this year.
Saturday 14 May 2016 - Updated : 14/05 - Interviews at Cannes
Cinematographer Guillaume Deffontaines, AFC, discusses his work on “Slack Bay”, a film by Bruno DumontAfter working on Camille Claudel 1915 and Le P’tit Quiquin, cinematographer Guillaume Deffontaines, AFC, once again teams up with Bruno Dumont on Slack Bay, in Official Compeition at the 69th Cannes Film Festival. Guillaume Deffontaines has worked with the Larrieu brothers and Michel Leclerc a number of times, and recently filmed David Oeloffen’s movie Far From Men.
Friday 6 May 2016 - Updated : 6/05 - Specialized shootingFor this month news, we would like to highlight the Shotover U1G 3 axis gyro head, the drone Shotover U1, other jobs and feature films released.
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