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Watch: ’12 Years,’ ‘Captain Phillips’ and ‘Llewyn Davis’ Cinematographers Talk Film vs. Digital and 3D

Watch: '12 Years,' 'Captain Phillips' and 'Llewyn Davis' Cinematographers Talk Film vs. Digital and 3D

The Hollywood Reporter’s been doing a great job with their annual Roundtable video series, posting fascinating in depth discussions with some of this year’s top screenwriters, actors and directors. For their first ever Cinematographer Roundtable they invited Barry Ackroyd (“Captain Phillips”), Sean Bobbitt (“12 Years a Slave”), Bruno Delbonnel (“Inside Llewyn Davis”), Stuart Dryburgh (“The Secret Life of Walter Mitty”) and Phedon Papamichael (“Nebraska”) for a candid chat that covers a wide range of topics including the move to digital and the waning popularity of the 3D format.

Watch the discussion below:

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yawn… i am so bored of this white europe/N>America centric male gaze, is it not 2013 already? come on people dont you all see that you all are so boring and white?

Jose Alberto

And the next winner is… absent? #Gravity.


The editing of this was awful. It wasn't even in sync at some points.

christine purse

An absolutely amazing interview! These guys are so incredible. Hats off to the Reporter for digging in with substantial coverage of these categories.

Greg W. Locke

CORRECTION: Sean Bobbitt for 12 Years a Slave and The Place Beyond the Pines.

Jeff Waweru

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