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Best Vilmos podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Vilmos podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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I’m Sean P. Malone in Los Angeles, California and this is The Camera Report.Our guest today is Anne Coates, a film editor with over 60 years of experience. And though her prolific career covers numerous classics such as Becket, Murder on the Orient Express, The Elephant Man, What About Bob?, In the Line of Fire, Out of Sight, and Erin Brockovich, s…
 
Seamus McGarvey, ASC, BSC is one of today's most sought after cinematographers, and for good reason. His body of work bears out his ability to light and shoot across a variety of genres, from opulent, classically beautiful costume dramas like 'Atonement', to the simple yet sleek sci-fi look of 'The Avengers', to the more documented styles of movies…
 
Hi I'm Sean P. Malone in Los Angeles, California and this is The Camera Report. This edition of The Camera Report features interviews with Vilmos Zsigmond, ASC and David Stump, ASC. I caught up to Vilmos and David a few months ago at a Global Cinematography Institute special presentation, where they and other instructors from GCI talked about the s…
 
This month's guest on The Camera Report hardly needs an introduction. If you know contemporary cinema, you know Roger Deakins' beautiful and award-winning work — From the comical and sleek art deco glean of the 'The Hudsucker Proxy', to the suspicious dutch angles of 'Doubt', to the stormy Texas skies and campfire light of 'True Grit', Roger's art …
 
'Man on Fire', 'Gone in Sixty Seconds', 'Swordfish', 'Deja Vu', 'Collateral." If you've seen any of these titles, then you've seen the work of this month's guest, director of photography Paul Cameron, ASC. His interest in photography started with a Polaroid camera when he was 15 years old — and his journey from taking Polaroid pictures as a kid, to…
 
It's Summer 2012 — and that means your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is once again slinging webs on the big screen. But according to this month's guest, 'The Amazing Spider-Man' inhabits a gritty and realistic world the likes of which his movie going fans have never seen. We got to talk to the film's director of photography, and avid Spider-Man …
 
This month, our guest is director of photography Bill Bennett, ASC. His work has been seen by tens of millions of people, but if you've never seen his name in the credits before a movie, that's because the majority of his films don't have credits. Bill has made a career shooting visually striking television commercials for companies like Toyota, Ho…
 
This month Sean is speaking with one of the co-founders of the brand new Global Cinematography Institute in Los Angeles, Yuri Neyman, ASC. Yuri co-founded the new school with fellow director of photography, Vilmos Zsigmond, ASC and is an accomplished director of photography, educator and film industry innovator. As a director of photography, Yuri i…
 
This month we are speaking to accomplished filmmaker and one of Australia's most talented exports, Oscar winning director of photography, John Seale. Mr. Seale has DP-ed nearly 40 feature films and began his career as a camera operator, shooting for the likes of director of photography Russell Boyd and director Peter Weir. He has won 2 ACS awards, …
 
This month Sean is in conversation with Miami-based documentary filmmaker and director, Billy Corben. Billy first gained notice in the early 2000's when his first documentary 'Raw Deal: A Question of Consent' premiered at The Sundance Film Festival, making him one of the youngest directors to be featured there to date. He followed that success with…
 
This month Sean is privileged to speak to Mr. Russell Boyd, ACS, ASC; Oscar winner and cinematographer extraordinaire. Mr. Boyd won the Oscar for cinematography in 2003 for his work on 'Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World,' but not before a distinguished and notable career shooting dozens of films including: 'Picnic at Hanging Rock,' 'G…
 
This month, Sean talks to Oscar-nominated producer, Alex Rose. Alex has nearly a dozen producing credits to her name, including the modern Western classic 'Quigley Down Under,' romantic drama 'Frankie and Johnny' (starring Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer), and 'I Wanna Hold your Hand' (director Robert Zemeckis' first feature film and foray into Bea…
 
In this month's episode, Sean speaks to Academy Award nominated cinematographer, Danny Cohen, BSC. Danny earned that nomination for his beautifully realized work on "The King's Speech," which also brought Danny nominations for an ASC award and his 3rd BAFTA Award nomination. His other films include "This is England," "Pirate Radio" and the groundbr…
 
This month's episode features an interview with Craig McCall, an award winning director and documentary filmmaker whose most recent film: Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff, chronicles the long and illustrious career of the late British cinematographer. Jack Cardiff shot some of cinema's most valued treasures, including films like Black N…
 
In this episode, Sean talks to "THOR" and "Mamma Mia!" cinematographer, Haris Zambarloukos, BSC. Haris grew up on the island country of Cyprus and studied fine art and filmmaking in London at Central St. Martin's College of Art and Design. He went on to receive his MFA in cinematography from the American Film Institute in Los Angeles. Shortly there…
 
In this episode, Sean interviews accomplished cameraman and DP, Bob Scott. Bob has spent over two decades in the film business shooting camera for NFL films, big budget Hollywood movies and recently served as Director of Photography for a string of successful faith-based films including Fireproof, Facing the Giants and Letters to God. Bob discusses…
 
In this inaugural episode, Sean interviews Suzanne Lloyd, granddaughter of silent film comedy legend, Harold Lloyd. The goal of The Camera Report is to inform and inspire a new generation of filmmakers. Each episode will feature a distinguished guest from the world of cinema --- cinematographers, directors, other craftsmen and women and sometimes (…
 
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