Press clippings

Bruno Nuytten: “A return to the very first shocks to the retina”
By Anne Diatkine

Fascinated by experiments with lighting, Bruno Nuytten, the cinematographer who made his débuts in cinema on Marguerite Duras’ films, and who later worked with the likes of Godard and Claude Berri, decided to stop working on films in 2001. After a long absence, he’s back with photographs and an exposition in Paris.

Interview with Cinematographer Tom Stern, AFC, ASC, about his work on Clint Eastwood’s film “The 15:17 to Paris”
At 186 mph

An adaptation of the real-life event of August 2015 in which three young American tourists prevented carnage on board a Thalys train, The 15:17 to Paris is a strange cinematographic mix of fiction and reality. The movie stars the three heroes themselves, and the film transitions from an adaptation of a drama (about the three boys’ childhoods) to a sort of documentary-fiction style in which each element seems to have been drawn straight from reality, down to the integration of archival footage for the epilogue in the Elysée Palace. Tom Stern, AFC, ASC, the Californian director’s loyal cinematographer, explains the cinematographic issues facing this extra-ordinary film. (FR)

ACS France : recent Open Doors and film release

ACS France recent news is about the follow up of the “Open Doors” and the release of the movie Bird People, directed by Pascale Ferran and selected at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival to which our team cooperated.