Resource – Cinematography Interviews & Discussions

Roger Deakins on Becoming a Cinematographer

A conversation with Roger Deakins – Part 1

 Gordon Willis – Simple vs Simplistic

Gordon Willis is regarded as one of the greatest cinematographers in the history of film. He’s lensed The Godfather trilogy, many of Woody Allen’s best films including Annie Hall and several master thrillers for Alan J. Pakula (All the President’s Men, Klute, The Parallax View, The Devil’s own, and others), Gordon Willis  re-invented the craft of cinematography and the nature by which films were and are composed, lit, and executed.

Gordon Willis – Through the Lens

Dean Cundey –  Through the Lens 

Salvatore Totino – Choosing Lenses

Roger Deakins on Becoming a Cinematographer

Roger Deakins’ Favorite Scenes : The Shawshank Redemption

Reed Morano –  Through the Lens

DPs and Gaffers – 1. Who Does What? Conflicts

DPs and Gaffers – 2. Who Sets the Flags? – thefilmbook

Cinematographer ROGER DEAKINS on working w/ the Coen Brothers & Martin Scorsese

Cinematographer ROGER DEAKINS on Creating the Look of ‘O Brother, Where Art Thou?’ (2000)

Creative Lighting and Camera Work in the Assassination of Jesse James