If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, the organizers of the Camerimage Intl. Festival of the Art of Cinematography should blush. A number of similar film festivals are gaining momentum…
Cinematographers live in interesting times, with technological developments offering more options, but also opening the door for others to meddle with the image. "It's a changing time and that's not…
BYDGOSZCZ, Poland — Top cinematographers may have finally accepted that digital is the way forward but the look of films is still too often based on technological choices, not artistic ones. So argue…
In Newport Beach, Calif. — the epitome of "aspirational" before the word was appropriated by Madison Avenue — this playground for the uber rich could have been mistaken for New Bohemia, at least…
Cinematographer Matthew Libatique has collaborated with Darren Aronofsky on all of his features save "The Wrestler." This includes "Black Swan," for which Libatique earned an Oscar nomination, and…
Aspiring cinematographers with some knowledge and experience with the medium have just been given another opportunity to advance their skill set by learning from the brahmins of the biz. The American…
A clever conceit that ultimately resolves itself along overly smooth, therapeutic lines.
While the concept is more likely to inspire giggles than excitement, "Cowboys & Aliens" is a full-bodied, roundly satisfying yarn.
"Black Swan" showed plenty of heat at a chilly Spirit Awards, dominating Saturday's freewheeling ceremonies by winning best picture, actress for Natalie Portman and director for Darren Aronofsky.
Matthew Libatique talks about his work on "Black Swan."
The Austin Film Critics Assn. has tapped "Black Swan" as the top 2010 film.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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