In a series of in-depth interviews conducted in front of a live audience in the Society's historic Clubhouse. ASC members share their inspirations and experiences while analyzing their own work and offering an informative look at their decision-making process.
2017 Clubhouse Conversations participants:
Roger Deakins, Bruno Delbonnel, Adriano Goldman, Hoyte van Hoytema, David Klein, Ed Lachman, Dan Laustsen, Philippe Le Sourd, Robert McLachlan, Greg Middleton, Rachel Morrison, Jules O'Loughlin, and Mandy Walker.
Hoyte van Hoytema, ASC, FSF, NSC stopped by the ASC Clubhouse on November 28 for a “Coffee and Conversation” event moderated by filmmaker and American Cinematographer contributor Jim Hemphill. The discussion centered on van Hoytema’s work in Dunkirk, the World War II epic shot entirely with large-format cameras — approximately 70 percent of the film was captured with 15-perf 65mm Imax cameras, while the rest was photographed with 5-perf 65mm Panavision units.
In Part 1 the cinematographer discusses her Oscar- and ASC Award-nominated camerawork in the Post War drama.
Jules O’Loughlin, ASC, ACS visited the historic ASC Clubhouse for a Coffee & Conversation discussion focusing on his work in the action comedy feature The Hitman's Bodyguard, directed by Patrick Hughes and starring Ryan Reynold and Samuel L. Jackson.
Mandy Walker, ASC, ACS was the featured guest and speaker at the ASC Clubhouse during a Coffee & Conversation discussion focusing on her work in the drama The Mountain Between Us, directed by Hany Abu-Assad and starring Kate Winslet and Idris Elba. Based on the 2011 novel by Charles Martin, the dramatic story features two strangers stranded on a mountain after a tragic plane crash who must work together to endure the extreme conditions of the remote, snow-covered terrain.