In the 1960s, five films from Italian director Michelangelo Antonioni find characters dealing with the societal effects of postwar modernity.Read More
‘First Man’ observes Neil Armstrong up close to humanize an astronomical achievement.Read More
The collaborative relationship of director Ryan Coogler and cinematographer Rachel Morrison illustrates the fruitfulness of lasting creative partnerships.Read More
In ‘A Quiet Place’, cinematographer Charlotte Bruus Christensen employs film stock and warm colors to bring the dystopian upstate New York setting to life.Read More
Phil Abraham is a director and cinematographer, who has worked on 'The Sopranos,' 'Mad Men' and 'Daredevil' (Netflix series).Read More
Michael Chapman - cinematographer of 'Taxi Driver' and Raging Bull' - in conversation with The Film Stage:
"Do you watch a lot of television, then?
I watch the Red Sox. But, no, I don’t. I watch a few things, but the last thing I watched passionately was The Sopranos, and that was some years ago. It seems, to me, that no one’s gotten to be as good as The Sopranos — so, until they do, why watch? I watch the Red Sox instead.
And The Sopranos was a beautiful-looking show.
Oh, it was beautiful in every way — not just 'looking.' In every possible way."Read More