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    How I Shot That: Filming Sundance Drama 'Fishing Without Nets' at Sea was like a Roller Coaster

    Cinematographer Alex Disenhof spoke to Indiewire about shooting "Fishing Without Nets," a U.S. Dramatic entry that premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival and was directed by Cutter Hodierne.

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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: Filming a Young Cast in Sundance Drama 'Hellion'

    Cinematographer Brett Pawlak told us about filming "Hellion," a U.S. Dramatic entry at 2014 Sundance. His previous shooting credits include "H+ Digital Series," "Short Term 12" and "I am not a Hipster."

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    How I Shot That: Shooting Sundance Drama 'The Sleepwalker' with Booklight Grip

    Cinematographer Zachary Galler talked with us about shooting U.S Dramatic entry "The Sleepwalker" at 2014 Sundance. He has also shot for film "She's Lost Control," which will premiere at Berlin later this year, as well as horror film "The Confines."

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    How I Shot That: The Golden Moments in Sundance Documentary 'Rich Hill'

    Cinematographer Andrew Droz Palermo spoke to us about shooting "Rich Hill," a U.S. Documentary entry at 2014 Sundance Film Festival.

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    Oscar-Nominated Papamichael Talks Making 'Nebraska' in Black-and-White (VIDEO)

    There was never any doubt about making Alexander Payne's "Nebraska" in black-and-white. It always lived in his imagination as the best way to convey the film's sense of isolation and loneliness. For Oscar nominee, Phedon Papamichael, it was like returning to his old still photography days when he wo...

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    Watch: Side-by-Side Footage of London in 1927 and London Today

    When cinematographer Claude Friese-Greene navigated through 1920s London with his new color film camera he probably didn't expect that someone would do the exact same thing in the exact same places in 2013.

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    Cinematographer Le Sourd Talks Anatomy of 'The Grandmaster' Train Fight

    Oscar contender Philippe Le Sourd, who scored an ASC nomination last week for lensing "The Grandmaster," discusses the standout train platform fight between Gong Er (Zhang Ziyi) and her father's killer and protege (Zhang Jin), which you can watch below. Not only was Wong Kar-wai's improvisational st...

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