The Quarterly Journal of the Australian Cinematographer's Society
Australian Cinematographer is Asia-Pacific's leading cinematography magazine. We are the name that blazes a trail into film's future without neglecting the occasional glance in the rear vision mirror. A publication that ordains cinematography's heroes in print, brings the industry's characters to life in colour, and captures the essence of what it means to be a cinematographer in the modern world. Australian Cinematographer Magazine; the most essential thing in your kit!
Out Now - ISSUE 69 - March 2016
So what's in this Issue?
A River Runs Through It - László Baranyai ACS HSC chats about the chilling mystery thriller Downriver, and is joined by the films talented young Director, Grant Scicluna. By James Cunningham.
Kidd In A Candy Shop - Emmy Award-winning British DP Neville Kidd brings a unique sense of vision to an Australian location while filming the new science-fiction drama series Childhoods End. By Lindsay Span.
The Sweet Life - A new musical, Life Is Sweet, produced locally in Vanuatu, entirely spoken and sung in the language of Bislama, takes Golden Tripod-winning Tim Barnsley, a young cameraman from Sydney, to the South Pacific nation. By Tim Barnsley.
The Bay Way - Academy Award-winning Australian DOP Dion Beebe ACS ASC speaks exclusively about working on the new action thriller 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of Benghazi and on working with legendary Hollywood Director Michael Bay. Interview by Lindsay Coleman.
And Now, The News - In praise of Australians who bring us the evening news, John Tulloh, former head of International Operations for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, reflects from forty years in the news business. By John Tulloh.
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