There's a particularly dazzling sequence in the Coen brothers' "No Country for Old Men" when Llewelyn Moss, the film's picaresque hero played by Josh Brolin, commits an act of folly that sets off a…
Harris Savides may be more at home in the arthouse than the cineplex, but that didn't keep him from lensing not one but two large-scale period crime films this year, "Zodiac" and "American Gangster."
Marc Caro's throbbing, disturbing tale of two new arrivals on a putrid penal craft in a forsaken cosmos posits that in space, no one can hear your screaming symbolism.
Honoring past traditions while questioning established practice is perhaps life's, let alone filmmaking's, trickiest balancing act. But cinematographer Robert Elswit is living proof that it can be…
Ever since "Schindler's List," Janusz Kaminski has been Steven Spielberg's go-to guy, working exclusively with the director to shoot nine features in as many years. But after "Munich," a window…
About the only thing "Lions for Lambs," "The Great Debaters" and "The Brave One" have in common is Philippe Rousselot, the Oscar-winning French cinematographer of "A River Runs Through It."
David A. Grafton will receive the Gordon A. Sawyer Award at this year's Sci-Tech Awards, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences announced Wednesday. He will receive the honor, an Oscar…
Sequels had their day in the sun in 2007, but specialty films found dwindling auds.
One of the major challenges d.p. Rodrigo Prieto faced on Ang Lee's "Lust, Caution" came toward the end of the film, on a street scene in which a golden sunset needed to be created.
It was like doing six different films in one film," says cinematographer Edward Lachman of "I'm Not There," his latest collaboration with helmer Todd Haynes.