Cinematographer Reed Morano talks about how she got started and what it means to be a DP.
Gordon Willis, cinematographer of Manhattan, Annie Hall and The Godfather talks about how he never got fired in this exclusive Snack.
Dean Cundey takes us through how he’d shoot a scene from Back to the Future — then vs. now.
Gordon Willis (“Annie Hall”, “The Godfather”) is back with one of his most specific and poignant notes on directing: As the master of light, we could all learn from Gordon. Other posts you may enjoy: Simple vs. Simplistic by Gordon Willis Lighting the Godfather Lighting Morgan Freeman
Reed Morano, cinematographer of the upcoming “Kill Your Darlings” and drama “Frozen River” talks about how to dive in and get things done. Other posts you may like: Full Interview with Reed Morano Lighting Morgan Freeman Gordon Willis on the Limits of Darkness
One of our favourite bits of advice from the master of light, Mr. Gordon Willis, is his description of simplicity and it’s “simple” elegance. He describes in this Through the Lens snack, the difference between “simple” and “simplistic” It’s clear, listening to this, why Gordon Willis worked with masters such as Woody Allan time and […]
Gordon Willis is one of the truly great cinematographers of the second half of the 20th century, the man responsible for shooting everything from Woody Allen’s Manhattan and Francis Ford Coppola’s The Godfather to such lesser-known (but also brilliantly lensed) movies such as Hal Ashby’s The Landlord and Alan Arkin’s Little Murders. In Lighting the […]
Cinematographer Andrij Parekh (“Blue Valentine”, “Half Nelson”), describes how he likes to give actors room to play and how he went about lighting Ryan Gosling Click for the full interview with Andrij Parekh.
Sal Totino describes how he went about asking Ron Howard to trust him and make the audience feel like they were really there with Russell Crowe – both in their apartment and in the ring – by choosing lenses appropriate to their environment. Click here to enjoy the full interview with Salvatore Totino.
Reed Morano discusses lighting Morgan Freeman in the Magic of Belle Isle. Is there any wonder why we love Reed. She doesn’t pull her punches. Tells it like it is. Enjoy our full interview with Reed. If you enjoy Craft Truck content, we’d encourage you to subscribe below and get some free stuff.
Gordon Willis on the Limits of Darkness Gordon Willis discusses pushing the limits of stock and knowing what a stock looks in this weeks Snack. And check out the Through the Lens page for the full Gordon Willis 2 part interview.
Season 1 of Craft Truck has come to an end… so we thought we’d share with you our secrets of how to make a latte. … and, of course, give you some updates on the goodies to come. Enjoy this video, and if you want espresso making or espresso purchasing tips, we’d be happy to […]