Room Service
The director and cinematographer of the psychological thriller tell IndieWire how to make the most of limited resources.
Funereal Disease
Cinematographer Patrick Capone unpacks lessons the HBO show has brought to bear on capturing the Roy siblings in the final episodes.
Roll Camera!
From "Amélie" to "Zodiac," IndieWire ranks the 60 films with the best cinematography of the last two decades.
Director Kelly Fremon Craig discusses the challenge of putting visuals to the Judy Blume novel readers have had in their heads for decades.
Christopher Nolan and cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema reunite for "Oppenheimer." Plus Martin Scorsese and costume designer Jacqueline West team up for "Killers of the Flower Moon."
Cinematographer Larkin Seiple discusses how the camera took Netflix's and A24's road rage comedy off the rails.
Something to Put Stock In
There's also Wes Anderson's "Asteroid City" and "The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar," and Yorgos Lanthimos’ "Poor Things."
The director and cinematographer of "John Wick: Chapter Four" talk about how international masters Bernardo Bertolucci and Wong Kar-Wai influenced their film's vibrant look.
The veteran Claire Denis collaborator explained how she navigated a male-dominated profession and where she sees it heading in the future.
A last-minute decision led to cinematographer Drew Daniels shooting "Swarm" on film — making Dominique Fishback's Dre even more viscerally strange.
"Perry Mason" cinematographer Eliot Rockett talks to IndieWire about honoring the show's first season while taking it in new directions.
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