WME has signed Academy Award-winning cinematographer Robert Richardson. Richardson has won Oscars for his work on Oliver Stone’s “JFK,” starring Kevin Costner; and two Martin Scorsese films, “The…
For the first time in the 88-year history of the Oscars, no film nominated for cinematography was shot on 35 mm film. But fans of emulsion — who include top-flight directors like Steven Spielberg…
Longtime below-the-line shops The Murtha Agency and The Skouras Agency have announced their merger into Murtha Skouras Agency, effective January 25. The combined agency reps artisans such as…
A deep dive into the nuts and bolts of bringing Quentin Tarantino's 70mm Western to life.
Quentin Tarantino wanted something special for "The Hateful Eight," but a few forgotten lenses added a whole new dimension to the film.
For all its negative pre-release publicity, this is a surprisingly smart, gripping and imaginative addition to the zombie-movie canon.
Roger Deakins took the top prize for his lensing of "Skyfall" at the 27th Annual American Society of Cinematographers Awards for Outstanding Achievement on Sunday night in the Grand Ballroom of…
This year's lensing talents on tap to score Oscar hail from Poland, U.S., Chile, U.K. and Ireland
"Django Unchained" is Robert Richardson's fourth collaboration with Quentin Tarantino, but that doesn't mean the duo can read each other's minds … yet.
Quentin Tarantino rides to the Weinsteins' rescue, delivering a bloody hilarious (and hilariously bloody) Christmas counter-programmer, which Sony will unleash abroad.
Robert Richardson calls his fourth collaboration with Quentin Tarantino on "Django Unchained," "one of the most intense films I've ever been involved with emotionally."