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Still catching up on posts. Here is one on the film Allied (2016) for Panavision and its subsidiary Light Iron used by cinematographer Don Burgess, ASC and director Robert Zemeckis. Read more.

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Catching up on posts. Here’s one for Panavision on cinematographer Ben Davis, BSC shooting large format for Marvel’s Doctor Strange (2016). Read more.

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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.

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.

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.

Jurassic World offered cinematographer John Schwartzman, ASC a rare opportunity to develop a new aspect ratio to film (yes, he shot on film) with his Panavision gear, as told to Panavision online. Read more here.

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Cinematographer John Seale, ASC, ACS was a great interview, offering some wonderful anecdotes regarding director George Miller and the production of Mad Max: Fury Road for Panavision online. Read more here.

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Caught up with cinematographer Haris Zambarloukos, BSC to talk about the filming of director Kenneth Branagh’s Cinderella, a modern-day variant of classic filmmaking. Shot on film with Panavision. Read more here.

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After chatting with cinematographer Dion Beebe, ASC, ACS  for Edge of Tomorrow not long ago, I caught up with him again to discuss his working with Panavision London on the musical Into the Woods for Panavision Online. Read more here. . .

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My interview with director of photography Oscar Faura about his cinematography on The Imitation Game, starring Benedict Cumberbatch as the great cryptanalyst Alan Turing, for Kodak’s InCamera magazine–because he shot it on film of course! Read more…

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