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    'Beyond the Lights' DP Tami Reiker On the Struggle Of Being a Female Cinematographer

    Tami Reiker made history by becoming the first woman to win an American Society of Cinematographers award. Her latest project is "Beyond the Lights," a romantic musical which hits theaters on Friday.

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    Why the History of 16mm Film Matters

    A recent series in Vienna surveyed the long, diverse history of a dying format.

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    8 Female Cinematographers You Should Know About

    These DPs aren't worth paying attention to simply because they're women, but in a field where females are shockingly underrepresented, they certainly stand out.

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    How 'Inherent Vice' & 'Nightcrawler' DP Robert Elswit Captures the Pulse of LA

    Cinematographer Robert Elswit talks the making of 'Nightcrawler' and 'Inherent Vice,' two of the year's buzziest films, and how he helped directors Dan Gilroy and P.T. Anderson realize their particular visions of Los Angeles.

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    'The Homesman' DP Rodrigo Prieto on Working with Tommy Lee Jones and Reinventing The Western

    Here's how Academy Award-nominated cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto approached Tommy Lee Jones' "The Homesman."

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    Joel Coen, Martin Scorsese, Darren Aronofsky and More on Digital vs. Film

    The film vs. digital debate continues, even though advocates for both sides acknowledge upsides and downsides to both. Here's what some of your favorite filmmakers have to say on the subject.

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    How Cinematographer Giles Nuttgens Shot the Sundance Hits 'God Help the Girl' and 'Young Ones'

    The award-winning cinematographer talks about his two latest very different projects and his thoughts on working on digital and film.

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    'The Judge' DP Janusz Kaminski Finds Beauty in a Bygone America

    "I make movies where I tell stories through light and shadows with the camera and I'm not very subtle about it. It's homage to movies from a different era." -Janusz Kaminski

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    How 'Mr. Turner' Cinematographer Dick Pope Made the Film Look Like a J.M.W. Turner Painting

    This week at the New York Film Festival, Mike Leigh, Timothy Spall and DP Dick Pope sat down for a Q&A to discuss "Mr. Turner" and one subject on everyone's mind was the absolute gorgeousness of the cinematography.

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