'Totally Killer' offered cinematographer Judd Overton plenty of challenges; the mash between horror and comedy, the need to create two distinctive looks for the film's time periods, 1987 and 2023, and the chance to create 360-degree rotating shots inside a real gravitron.
Concerns about power imbalances and toxic working environments in the film and TV industries long pre-date the emergence of #metoo as a global rallying cry against sexual assault and harassment on set.
The “How’d you get that job?” series examines career pathways. Prince Nediyedath talks to Denise Eriksen about what inspired his "laser-focused" ambition for a career in cinematography.
One of Australia's most internationally successful cinematographers, John Seale, talks to IF about his career as he prepares for retirement, having wrapped on his final film, George Miller’s 'Three Thousand Years of Longing'.
Erika Addis, head of cinematography at Griffith Film School and Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS) Queensland president and national vice-president, chairs the ACS' Women's Advisory Panel. She reflects on why cinematography remains male-dominated.
SYDNEY, 4 June 2014 - The 2014, 43rd ACS National Awards for Cinematography held last weekend on a balmy night at The Tivoli Theatre in Brisbane, and hosted by the ACS Queensland and Northern Territory Branches, were a resounding success.