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Le département Caméra a déjà pris ses quartiers dans nos nouveaux locaux situés 1, route de la Révolte, à Saint-Denis, non loin de la Cité du Cinéma. Les départements Machinerie et Lumière suivront dans les prochaines semaines. Nous serons de nouveau tous réunis sous le même toit.

Marcel Zyskind, DFF, talks about his work on Viggo Mortensen’s "The Dead Don’t Hurt"
"The Little House in the Canyon", by François Reumont, for the AFC

Les entretiens de Camerimage

For his second film as a director, actor Viggo Mortensen tells a love story hindered by the Civil War. He stars alongside Vicky Krieps, in an atmosphere that blends classic and modern Western elements. Enhanced by intertwining editing of different time lines, and stunning cinematography by Marcel Zyskind, DFF, the film was shot on locations across Mexico & Canada. It’s presented out of competition during a special screening at Camerimage. (FR)

Rémy Chevrin, AFC, looks back on the shooting of Christophe Honoré’s "Winter Boy"
"Mourning through Rose-Colored Glasses", by François Reumont

Les entretiens de Camerimage

Christophe Honoré and Rémy Chevrin, AFC, are one of the most emblematic director/cinematographer couples in French "cinéma d’auteur". They have already shot nine films together and their faithful collaboration has been going strong since Seventeen Times Cécile Cassard, 24 years ago. Their next feature has already been wrapped and scheduled for release in spring 2024. Last year, they released Winter Boy, a film for which young actor Paul Kircher won the award for Best Actor at the San Sebastian Festival. A look back on the photographic challenges of this adolescent drama with the cinematographer who was selected out-of-competition at Camerimage 2023 in the Contemporary World Cinema section. (FR)

Kristoffer Engholm Aabo parle de son travail sur "Crooks - Heart of Vengeance", clip vidéo réalisé par Snorre Ruhe
"Vengeance 80", par François Reumont

Les entretiens de Camerimage

Kristoffer Engholm Aabo est un directeur de la photographie, basé à Copenhague, qui partage son temps entre le Danemark et la Norvège, où il a notamment fait des études de prise de vues. Ayant signé l’image de plus de 80 vidéos clips, il a aussi à son actif plusieurs films publicitaires (Porsche, Redbull, Carlsberg...) ainsi que des courts métrages de fiction. Sélectionné pour la première fois en compétition à Camerimage pour le clip "Crooks - Heart of Vengeance" du groupe Farveblind, il vient nous parler de cette étrange fausse bande-annonce d’un film de vengeance qui pourrait presque exister... (FR)

Kristoffer Engholm Aabo talks about his work on "Crooks - Heart of Vengeance", music video directed by Snorre Ruhe
"Vengeance 80", by François Reumont

Les entretiens de Camerimage

Kristoffer Engholm Aabo is a cinematographer based in Copenhagen. He divides his time between Denmark and Norway, where he studied cinematography. He has worked on the visuals of over 80 music videos and has also worked on a number of advertising films (Porsche, Redbull, Carlsberg, etc.) as well as short fiction films. Selected for the first time in competition at Camerimage for the music video "Crooks - Heart of Vengeance" by the band Farveblind, we meet to talk about this strange fake trailer, created for a revenge film that could almost be real... (FR)

Death of cinematographer Romain Winding, AFC (1951-2023)

Romain Winding

With the death of cinematographer Romain Winding on Thursday 20th July 2023, the AFC has lost one of its most lovable members. He passed away at the age of 71 at his house in Chambonas (Ardèche, France). Over the course of nearly 30 years, Romain shot, with elegance, sensitivity and simplicity, around sixty feature films and made-for-television movies. Here, we retrace his steps.

Décès du directeur de la photographie Romain Winding, AFC (1951-2023)

Romain Winding

Avec la disparition du directeur de la photographie Romain Winding, jeudi 20 juillet 2023, l’AFC perd une de ses figures les plus attachantes. Âgé de 71 ans, il s’est éteint dans la maison qu’il occupait à Chambonas (Ardèche). Pendant presque 30 ans, Romain aura photographié avec élégance, sensibilité et simplicité, une soixantaine de longs métrages et téléfilms. Nous retraçons ici son parcours.

Interview with Xavier Dolléans, AFC, about his work on two episodes of the series "Mrs. Davis"
By Jonathan Bensimhon, for the AFC

Entretiens avec des directeurs de la photographie

Created by Tara Hernandez and Damon Lindelof, "Mrs. Davis" is an eight-episode series produced by Warner Bros TV released on its own streaming service Peacock in late April. Xavier Dolléans, AFC, was the cinematographer for episodes 3 and 4, directed by Alethea Jones and shot in Spain. Interviewed here by screenwriter and director Jonathan Bensimhon, he discusses the technical challenges he had to overcome and the artistic, organizational and human particularities of such a production.

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Cinematographer Romain Winding, AFC, has passed away

Romain Winding

We were deeply saddened to learn of the death of cinematographer Romain Winding, AFC, on 20 July 2023 at the age of 71, following a long battle with illness. He passed away in his home in the Ardèche where he had been living for several years. We will remember him as a delicate, discreet, precise and elegant person whose talent shone in over sixty feature films and made-for-TV movies that he shot.

"The Astronaut", directed by Nicolas Giraud, shot by Renaud Chassaing, AFC : From Limousin Station, France, towards the stars, in large format and with Zeiss Supreme Prime Radiance


A propulsion engineer at Ariane Group dreams of going into space. The European Space Agency didn’t want him at the time, so he’s building a capsule in the barn of his family’s farm. Is he nuts ? Like the former astronaut who came out of retirement to advise him, the motley but determined team around him believes in him, in his talent and his discipline.

Entretien avec Xavier Dolléans, AFC, à propos du tournage de deux épisodes de la série "Mrs. Davis"
Par Jonathan Bensimhon, pour l’AFC

Entretiens avec des directeurs de la photographie

Créée par Tara Hernandez et Damon Lindelof, "Mrs. Davis" est une série en huit épisodes, produite par Warner Bros TV et diffusée depuis fin avril sur son service de streaming Peacock. Xavier Dolléans, AFC, a signé la photographie des épisodes 3 et 4, réalisés par Alethea Jones et tournés en Espagne. Interrogé ici par le scénariste et réalisateur Jonathan Bensimhon, il revient sur les défis techniques à relever et les singularités artistiques, organisationnelles, ou humaines d’une telle production.

The DoP Arseni Khachaturan talks about his work on the HBO serie "The Idol", directed by Sam Levinson
Sex, Lies and Ektachrome, by François Reumont

Les entretiens au Festival de Cannes

One of Cannes most awaited screening was Sam Levinson’s new mini serie "The Idol". Discovered thanks to his award-winning series "Euphoria", – also produced by HBO – , he decided, for this new project, to tell a story about the heart of show business. Lily Rose Depp plays Jocelyn, an international pop star’s clone - surrounded by a swarm of people, orbiting financially around her.
New York based cinematographer Arseni Khachaturan was chosen by Sam Levinson to boldly begin the series, then handed over the cinematography to Marcell Rev HCA, ASC, who shot both seasons of "Euphoria".

Lennert Hillege, NSC, speaks about the challenges of shooting "Occupied City", by Steve McQueen
Time After Time, by François Reumont

Les entretiens au Festival de Cannes

British director and contemporary artist Steve McQueen presents with Occupied City an atypical film ; altogether a tribute, a meditation on memory and archival work. This four hour documentary presented at Cannes draws a parallel between five years of German occupation in Amsterdam (with sound) and contemporary images of the pandemic filmed throughout a three year span. Dutch cinematographer Lennert Hillege, NSC, was in charge of the cinematography, shot on film. (FR)

Entretien avec Barry Ackroyd, BSC, "Hommage Pierre Angénieux" 2023
"Laisse-moi zoom zoom jazz", par François Reumont pour l’AFC

Les entretiens au Festival de Cannes

Le lauréat de l’Hommage Pierre Angénieux 2023 est un cinéaste qui aime le mouvement. Ayant fait ses armes dans le documentaire, sa passion pour l’image l’amène à croiser le chemin du grand réalisateur britannique Ken Loach qui lui propose de signer les images de Riff Raff, en 1991. C’est avec ce dernier qu’il va faire équipe sur plusieurs films majeurs (Raining Stones, Ladybird, My Name is Joe...) jusqu’à remporter la Palme d’or en sa compagnie avec Le vent se lève, en 2006. Changeant de direction par la suite, il collabore avec Paul Grenngrass (United 93, Captain Philips) et la cinéaste Kathryn Bigelow, dont il signe notamment Démineurs et Detroit. Barry Ackroyd, BSC, revient avec nous sur sa carrière exceptionnelle et nous parle de sa manière de faire du cinéma. (FR)

Discussion with Barry Ackroyd, BSC, 2023 "Pierre Angénieux Tribute"
"Zoom zoom jazz", by François Reumont, for the AFC

Les entretiens au Festival de Cannes

The winner of the 2023 Pierre Angénieux Tribute is a filmmaker who loves movement. He honed his skills shooting documentary films,when his passion for cinematography led him to cross paths with British director Ken Loach who offered him the opportunity to shoot Riff Raff, in 1991. He teamed up with Loach on several major films (Raining Stones, Ladybird, My Name is Joe, amongst others) until their The Wind That Shakes the Barley won the Palme d’Or at Cannes in 2006.
He then altered dircetion and worked with Paul Greengrass (United 93, Captain Philips) and filmmaker Kathryn Bigelow, whose films The Hurt Locker and Detroit he shot. Barry Ackroyd, BSC, reminisces with us about his exceptional career and discusses how he creates cinema. (FR)

David Ungaro, AFC, talks about his work on Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire’s "Black Flies"
"To Live and Die in Brooklyn", by François Reumont for the AFC

Les entretiens au Festival de Cannes

Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire and David Ungaro, AFC (French Society of Cinematographers), team up once again on Black Flies. A very realistic and desperate dive into the world of American paramedics. Shot mainly at night, in Brooklyn, this film brings together for the first time on screen the acting duo Sean Penn and Tye Sheridan. David talks to us about the city as its own character in the film, shooting in an emergency truck and his approach to scaling lighting on a set. (FR)

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