"You've got to see Takashi Miike's films. They're absolutely stunning," Robert Richardson exclaims. The cinematographer believes Miike -- a director of ultraviolent Japanese Yakuza films -- is one of…
Conventional wisdom dictates that the dominant artist on any given feature is the director, but that dominance is at most an act of faith. A collaborative enterprise by nature, each film is stamped…
Jim Sheridan's semi-autobiographical "In America" chronicles an Irish immigrant's journey to New York City in the early 1980s with his wife and two young daughters.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
On Dec. 7, 2003, Eduardo Serra walked away with the cinematography award from Poland's prestigious Camera Image Festival. Laszlo Kovacs -- d.p. of "Easy Rider" and "The King of Marvin Gardens" -- was…
"Open Range" marks James Muro's debut as a feature d.p. after working since the early '80s as one of Hollywood's top Steadicam operators on dozens of features.
John Toll is one of the few cinematographers in history to score back-to-back Oscars -- for "Legends of the Fall" in 1994 and the following year for "Braveheart."
Whether it's the rough waters of the North Atlantic in "The Perfect Storm" or the scorching deserts of North Africa in "The English Patient," man-versus-nature has been a visual thread in John…
"Mystic River" is Tom Stern's second d.p. credit, after debuting on Clint Eastwood's previous film, "Blood Work."
Representing a major coup for one of New York State's regional festivals, Martin Scorsese will be guest of honor at the 5th Lake Placid Film Festival in June.
Tom Cruise has ended the domination of Frodo & Co. in foreign markets, as "The Last Samurai" may have dethroned "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" with an estimated $30.6 million over…
The Producers Guild of America has tapped Mike Nichols and Cary Brokaw as the 2004 recipients of the Visionary Award for their work in producing "Angels in America."