The Quarterly Journal of the Australian Cinematographers Society
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Out Now - ISSUE 72 - December 2016
The Art of War - Australian Cinematographer Simon Duggan ACS (Great Gatsby) shoots Mel Gibson's Hacksaw Ridge a gripping wartime tribute to faith, valour and the courage of remaining true to one's convictions.
Going Rogue - Australian cinematographer Greig Fraser ACS ASC (Bright Star, Zero Dark Thirty, Foxcather) has two new films set for imminent release: Lion, a sweeping drama starring Nicole Kidman and Dev Patel, and the big-budget, highly anticipated Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
The Reel World - Living in a semi-industrial coastal town, seventeen-year-old Mark (Sean Keenan) is a smart kid from a chaotic family who has just thrown away a scholarship to a private school and found himself at a local high school. Award-winning DOP Ellery Ryan ACS (Van Dieman's Land) lends his experienced eye to the independent drama Is This The Real World from first-time Director Martin McKenna.
Down The Rabbit Hole - Almost a year after her identical twin's disappearance, a 25-year-old medical student is still haunted by visions of her violent abduction. Acclaimed Australian Cinematographer Anna Howard ACS (Women He's Undressed) discusses turning her lens toward the upcoming thriller Rabbit.
Heart of Darkness - Heartfall Arises is an upcoming Chinese-Hong Kong production directed by Wu Pinru and starring Nicholas Tse, Aussie Director of Photography Sion Michel ACS (The Box) talks about lensing the new suspense crime drama film.
And much more...
ISSUE 71 - September 2016
What's in this Issue?
Knock Out - With Australian Cinematographer Michael Steel.
Splash Back - Barracuda - lensed by Stefan Duscio.
Sleeping Beauty - Milli Award-winning Director of Photography Andrew Commis ACS talks about his critically acclaimed new film Girl Asleep.
Defying Gravity - Star Trek Beyond, the next instalment Australian Cinematographer Stephen Windon ACS ASC at the helm.
Dutch Courage - Director of Photography Peter Holland ACS discusses the challenges of shooting crime thriller StartUp.
Out of Body Experience - Hugh Turral shoots the science-fiction drama Restoration for the Nine Network.
And much more...
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