Stories From September Issue of AC Now Online


A selection of stories from the new issue of American Cinematographer, featuring the Disney fantasy Pete’s Dragon, are now online, including:

President’s Desk: Kees van Oostrum, ASC discusses the importance of the recent legal finding for cinematographer Jost Vacano, ASC regarding his key artistic contributions to the film Das Boot (1981).

Animator Dobrin Yanev works with Monkey and Beetle on the Hanzo’s Fortress set for animation studio Laika’s action-adventure Kubo and the Two Strings.

Kubo and the Two Strings: Cinematographer Frank Passingham and a team of artists bring director Travis Knight’s stop-motion adventure to life.

Tulip Fever: Cinematographer Eigil Bryld channels the Dutch Golden Age painters for the period drama.

In this production still from The Eagle Huntress are (from left) cinematographer Simon Niblett, director Otto Bell and camera assistant Ben Crossley, with their driver and interpreter observing as they employ a Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema Camera on a DJI S1000 drone.

The Eagle Huntress: Director of photography Simon Niblett brings an intuitive approach to this high-flying documentary.

ASC Close-Up: Vanja Černjul, ASC, HFS

The September print issue of AC also includes:
An overview on the 2016 International Cinematography Summit held at the ASC
Berlin Metanoia
Tanna
Yegna Movie

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