Oscar nominee Phedon Papamichael ASC reveals his approach to the black & white cinematography of Nebraska

Alexander Payne first spoke to me about Nebraska when we were in preproduction on Sideways, so I have been aware of it, and it has been a plan of Alexander’s to make this movie for over ten years now. He aways talked to me about having this little simple story that takes place in his home state and he wanted to do it in black & white, ...

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Why Camerimage?

It’s about the people and the visual images they create – as Vittorio Storaro, Vilmos Zsigmond, Chris Doyle, Ed Lachman, Rob Hardy, Slavomir Idziak and more explain. Clip includes tribute to the legendary Harris Savides.

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Kaleidoscope

Holy Motors is the latest weird and wonderful offering from director Leos Carax, with images that remain in your mind. Cinematographer Caroline Champetier AFC talks about her work on the movie, and reveals “The camera is part of me, and I am part of the camera.”

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Plus Camerimage 2012: Winners

Plus Camerimage 2012: Winners

This year’s Golden Frog went to War Witch – cinematographer Nicolas Boduc, directed by Kim Nguyen. The Silver Frog was awarded to Holy Motors – cinematographer Caroline Champetier, directed by Leos Carax. And the Bronze Frog was won by Rhino Season – cinematographer Turaj Aslani, directed by Bahman Ghobadi. To Kill a ...

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