A look at the cinematographer behind Guy Ritchie's amped-up take on the Arthur Conan Doyle creation.
Frederick Elmes met Bill Condon while they were judging an independent film competition. When he heard that Condon had written and was going to direct "Kinsey," Elmes called and said he was…
"Ray" is the first feature film shot in the United States by Pawel Edelman, a member of the Polish Society of Cinematographers. The film chronicles the lifelong journey of the legendary rhythm and…
Ellen Kuras was literally exploring new territory when she photographed "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind." The story revolves around Clementine and Joel (Kate Winslet and Jim Carrey), former…
There's no rest for the weary. Having barely completed a long and complex collaboration with Mike Nichols on the surrealistic HBO mini "Angels in America," cinematographer Stephen Goldblatt flew to…
In the beginning there was the team of D.W. Griffith and G.W. Bitzer. Their alchemy (and chemistry) would foreshadow some of the great director-d.p. partnerships of today such as Steven Spielberg and…
Their initial encounter began inauspiciously enough, that of a seemingly aloof movie star and a master craftsman behind the camera on the film "Remember the Titans."
It wouldn't surprise his peers if cinematographer Roger Deakins earns Oscar nominations for either or both "The Man Who Wasn't There" and "A Beautiful Mind."
"I took my first snapshot when I was 10," James Chressanthis recalls. "I originally enrolled in college as an engineering major, but followed my heart and earned a master's in fine arts."
Latino actors continue to face racial stereotyping in Hollywood, leading to significant under-representation in films and television, according to a study commissioned by SAG, which released the…