» Posts Tagged ‘brunodelbonnel’

Description image

Inside Llewyn DavisOf the many amazing films that were released in 2013, few looked as unique, or as stylistically gorgeous, as the Coens’ love song to the 1960′s NY folk scene, Inside Llewyn DavisOf course, Roger Deakins, the regular cinematographer for the Coen brothers, was not available to shoot the film, so the prolific filmmaking duo turned to another industry legend, acclaimed French DP Bruno Delbonnel, who is most known for his stunning work on Amélie. The fine folks at Cinefii recently sat down with Delbonnel at the Cameraimage Festival in Poland, where he revealed many of the techniques that he used to create the unique aesthetic of Inside Llewyn Davis, as well as some insights into what it’s like to work with Joel and Ethan Coen. More »

Description image

The GrandmasterWhat qualifies as great cinematography to you? The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences have certainly run the gamut in their nominations for Best Cinematography; the group of honored films consists of a diverse selection of stories told by some of the most talented DPs of our time, which makes one wonder — what does the “best” cinematography look like anyway? Fandor has put together yet another compilation of footage from this year’s Oscar nominees in cinematography in an effort to dissect, break down, and study each of their visual artistry. More »

Description image

thr cinematographer roundtableThe Hollywood Reporter has released another installment of their roundtable discussion series, this time with cinematographers from some of the biggest Hollywood films of the year. Barry Ackroyd, Sean Bobbitt, Bruno Delbonnel, Stuart Dryburgh, and Phedon Papamichael sit down to have a discussion about all things cinematographic, from what’s it’s like to be a DP, working with directors, and the transition from film to digital. Continue on to hear the discussion. More »

Description image

Cinefii BSDWe’ve talked about Cinefii’s bite-sized dailies a couple of times before. For those who are unfamiliar with these fantastic little videos, they are short “bite-sized” interviews with the most accomplished DP’s in the world, in which they expound on all sorts of questions about the art and technology of cinematography. Since we last wrote about these videos a couple of months ago, a veritable plethora of new videos have been published. So without any further ado, here’s Bruno Delbonnel, Sean Bobbitt, Vilmos Zsigmond, and Chris Doyle to drop some mad cinematography knowledge on you! More »