Subscribers will soon be receiving their print copies of this edition — Vol. 104 No. 12 — or an alert that our digital edition is live.
Inside this issue:
Rodrigo Prieto, ASC, AMC details his creative strategy on the period drama Killers of the Flower Moon — and director Martin Scorsese discusses his evolving work with Prieto and why “every picture should be a challenge.”
Linus Sandgren, ASC, FSF and director Emerald Fennell discuss the Gothic drama Saltburn, including why they strove to incorporate “a bit of ugliness” into the visual scheme — and producer Josey McNamara shares how the team approached shooting at a 14th-century estate.
Dan Laustsen, ASC, DFF and director Blitz Bazawule illuminate their collaboration on the period musical The Color Purple — and producer Scott Sanders explains why Laustsen was a great fit for the project.
Lukasz Zal, PSC discusses creating a clinical perspective for the World War II drama The Zone of Interest — and director Jonathan Glazer and producer James Wilson offer their perspectives on the production.
President’s Desk: ASC President Shelly Johnson considers the importance of being adventurous with creative choices, especially in the digital era.
Shot Craft: Sixteen books that have much to teach about cinematography in particular and filmmaking in general.
The Virtual World: A look at the advances in artificial intelligence that are enabling more efficient motion capture.
Clubhouse News: The latest bulletins from the Society feature a showcase of members’ still photography; the winners of the 2023 ASC Student Heritage Awards; new members Gavin Kelly, ASC and Luc Montpellier, ASC, CSC; an ASC Film Heritage Series presentation; an ASC panel at NAB New York; and an in-person Clubhouse Conversation.
In Memoriam: Pete Kozachik, ASC
Wrap Shot: The Color Purple (1985), shot by Allen Daviau, ASC and directed by Steven Spielberg.
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