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DP Larry Fong, ASC opts to shoot on Kodak film for Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Read more.


By using Panavision’s Panavised ARRI Alexa XT cameras, cinematographer Benoit Delhomme, AFC creates a realistic, documentary look for Free State of Jones, a Civil War-era film for director Gary Ross. Read more.

Caught up with cinematographer Adam Stone a while back about his work with director Jeff Nichols on Midnight Special and their continued association with Panavision. Read More.

Cinematographer Michael McDonough ASC, BSC taps Panavision anamorphics for the series Fear the Walking Dead, a piece I wrote a little while back for Panavision. Read more.

DP Anthony Dod Mantle talks about his first Panavision experience and being drenched for the production of In the Heart of the Sea. Read more.

The City of Fayetteville, Arkansas, Police Department recently released its new recruiting video, which I produced, edited, etc. Have a look….


Cinematographer Mitchell Amundsen and 1st AC Todd Schlopy give high praise to the new Panavision Primo 70 lenses they used on Ride Along 2. Read More.

Carol has been getting quite a bit of praise in the critics’ circles, as has cinematographer Ed Lachman, ASC for his lensing of the post-war drama. I caught up with him to talk about his use of Kodak film stocks for the movie. Read more.

Michael Goi, ASC utilized numerous Panavision lens types for the first two episodes of the horror-comedy series Scream Queens for Panavision Online.

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Nigel Bluck, ACS on choosing Panavision lenses for HBO’s True Detective 2 series for Panavision Online.

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