The American Society of Cinematographers has nominated four Chapman students in its 2017 Student Heritage Award Competition: Andrew Lesnie Student Heritage Award – Graduate Category Justin Moore for James Joyce’s The Sisters Michael Phillips for Night Call Andrew Lesnie Student Heritage Award – Undergraduate Category Dillon McEvoy for G.R.E.T.A. Haskell Wexler Student Documentary Award Elijah Guess for Parched Cinematographers from
“Visual Storytelling” is a phrase that comes around quite often throughout a student’s academic career. The “visual” aspect is created mainly from the cinematographers’ knowledge of the interaction between images and technology. “The cinematographer is an artist (a creator of images), a manager (of people and facilities), and a technician (with deep knowledge of the
I recently got some time to tap into the mind of the newly-crowned Emerging Cinematographer of the Year , alumnus Kyle Klütz, to see what advice he could share with current Dodge College students, straight from the professional world. We cover everything from collaborating with a director, to applying film theory on-set, to which classes
The International Cinematographer’s Guild annually selects a handful of the most talented, promising professionals from its own ranks to compete for the Emerging Cinematographer’s Award. Including Directors of Photography, Camera Operators, Visual Effects Supervisors, Still Photographers, Camera Assistants, Film Loaders, all members of camera crews, the pool of talented members can be quite huge, rivaling
Chapman Alumna Jillian Arnold, professor of Cinematography, describes the process of filming in space, which she recently had the opportunity to do as a cinematographer for NASA.
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> Alumnus Pete Villani (BFA Cinematography ’02) will be honored with a coveted Emerging Cinematographer Award for his work as a camera operator on the recet film Carjack , in an awards ceremony to take place September 30, in Los Angeles.