Few people on a movie set have more knowledge of what it takes to direct a film than the cinematographer. These five lensers made the leap.
Jan de Bont
Few people on a movie set have more knowledge of what it takes to direct a film than the cinematographer, but commanding talent and developing a project aren't always included in the skill set.
A very special delivery indeed, director Lee Daniels' follow-up to "Precious" is a risibly overheated, not unenjoyable slab of late-'60s Southern pulp trash.
Serviceable Indian actioner "Tezz" takes auds on a runaway train ride through Blighty, with Japanese and Hollywood connections.
Relativity Media and Hasbro have tapped "The Manchurian Candidate" scribe Dean Georgaris to write "Stretch Armstrong," which will be developed as more of a plausible, action-oriented family pic than…
Italy's RAI Cinema -- which has a massive 22 pics unspooling in Venice -- has announced several international acquisitions, including David Cronenberg's Don DeLillo adaptation "Cosmopolis," Rob…
Commercials producer Charles Jefferson Sloan died of a heart attack while swimming in the British Virgin Islands on April 4. He was 71.
"FlashForward" exec producer Jessika Borsiczky has flashed forward to a new overall deal with ABC Studios.
Alexander Witt has been working with Ridley Scott since 1989, but it wasn't until "Body of Lies" that the Chilean-born camera pro found a window in his schedule to actually d.p. one of the director's…
Asian filmmakers should get used to accessing local film funds as the region sees expansion of the number of cash pools available. But they will need to be aware of significantly different approaches…
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