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    How I Shot That: The Challenges of Filming Sundance's 'Dig' and 'The Case Against 8'

    Cinematographer Joe Anderson spoke to us about filming Toby Halbrooks' short "Dig" and Ben Cotner and Ryan White's "The Case Against 8." "Dig" shows the perspective of a young girl who watches her father dig a hole in their backyard while "The Case Against 8" is a documentary about the trial that le...

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    What's the Best Film School for Cinematographers? Sundance Cinematographers Tell Indiewire What They Think.

    As part of our "How I Shot That" series, we asked a selection of cinematographers with films at Sundance what the best film school for cinematographers is -- and whether they think cinematographers need to go to film school at all. Here's a selection of their answers.

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    How I Shot That: Sundance Documentary 'E-Team' Gives an Insider's Look on Filming War Crimes

    Rachel Beth Anderson, cinematographer of "E-Team," which is a documentary playing at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, discusses with us her experience shooting the film. "E-Team," directed by Katy Chevigny and Ross Kauffman, follows a group of individuals selected by the Human Rights Watch to docume...

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    How I Shot That: Alzheimer's Patients in Sundance Documentary 'Alive Inside: A Story of Music & Memory'

    After shooting a bunch of short films and music videos, cinematographer Shachar Langlev debuted his first feature-length film,"Alive Inside: A Story of Music & Memory" at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. The documentary, directed by Michael Rossato-Bennett (also a first timer), looks at a powerful e...

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    How I Shot That: The Most Difficult Shot in Sundance Drama 'Song One'

    Cinematographer John Guleserian recently worked on "Like Crazy," "Breathe In," and "About Time." "Song One" is Kate Barker-Froyland's melodic drama starring Anne Hathaway and Mary Steenburgen.

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    How I Shot That: Going Hand-Held in Sundance Drama 'Low Down'

    Cinematographer Christopher Blauvelt's latest project is "Low Down," directed by Jeff Preiss and screening at Sundance 2014.

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    How I Shot That: Capturing the Tension with One Camera in Sundance Documentary 'Private Violence'

    Rex Miller is an experienced documentary cinematographer, with projects including 2014's "Althea," HBO's "The Loving Story," "Behind These Walls," and the 2013 series "A Chef's Life." Cynthia Hill's "Private Violence" delves into two women's true stories of surviving domestic violence.

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    How I Shot That: Capturing the Private Moments in Sundance Entry 'Cesar's Last Fast'

    James Chressanthis has worked on numerous projects over the last several years as a cinematographer. His latest, "Cesar's Last Fast" screening at The Sundance Film Festival, is a documentary chronicling Cesar Chavez's 36-day water-only fast in 1988. Here's how he shot it.

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