6 DPs Reveal Their Process and How They Built Their Careers

DP's Sundance Roundtable
At Sundance 2020 we gathered a group of cinematographers for a round table discussion. 

Charles Haine sits down with Sundance DPs to picks their brains. The conversation ranges on topics from how they got on the projects that ended up at Sundance, to what other career aspirations they have. Their projects range from short to feature, from doc to narrative. It's a wide range of skills and experience represented all opening up about how they do their jobs. 

Feature on this podcast are:

Kenny Suleimanagich for Three Deaths

Carlos F. Rossini forVivos

Wolfgang Held for Rebuilding Paradise

Juan Pablo Ramirez for I Carry You With Me

Jenni Morello for Us Kids

Eric Branco for The 40 year Old Version.  

For more, see our ongoing list of coverage of the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.

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Awesome gathering of talent! Thanks for this podcast! Liked your question about anger tolerance on set. I look forward to more answers about that. Also liked your question about intimacy coordinators. Would have been great to hear from DP who was the only the woman at the table. She's the only person who has experienced both power dynamics at play here: that of motion picture "capture" and its subject, AND, I presume, the gendered power dynamic inherent in intimacy. (Us media makers are especially implicated here.) Big props & thanks to the moderator for explaining that any touch, even hugs, is intimacy coordination with emotional stakes for the talent. You're a rad dude. Looking forward to more podcasts:)

April 2, 2020 at 4:57PM