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Cinematographer Robert Richardson Signs With WME

WME has signed Academy Award-winning cinematographer Robert Richardson.

Richardson has won Oscars for his work on Oliver Stone’s “JFK,” starring Kevin Costner; and two Martin Scorsese films, “The Aviator” with Leonardo DiCaprio and “Hugo,” with Ben Kingsley. 99 more words

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NIXON - A REVIEW BY J.D. LAFRANCE

Oliver Stone’s film, Nixon (1995) portrays the American political process as an unpredictable system that politicians have no hope of ever fully controlling. The best they can do is keep it in check most of the time. 2,909 more words

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JFK - A REVIEW BY J.D. LAFRANCE

The assassination of American President John F. Kennedy is a watershed event in American history and one that has provoked people to question their own beliefs and those of their government. 1,617 more words

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Hateful 8

Quentin Tarantino has a reputation. We all know what it is. We all know that he likes hyper-violent homages to grindhouse, exploitation and Kung Fu films. 718 more words

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Digital Cinematography Resources

In earlier posts, mediateacher has highlighted resources for screenwriting, editing, sound, and much more, and of course there have been discussions of cinematography, such as upon the release of the documentary  92 more words

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And The Oscar For Best Cinematography Goes To:

  • Edward Lachman-Carol
  • John Seale-Mad Max: Fury Road
  • Roger Deakins-Sicario
  • Robert Richardson-The Hateful Eight
  • Emmanuel Lubezki-The Revenant

[35] "The Hateful Eight" - Best Cinematography

THE HATEFUL EIGHT
Robert Richardson

When you choose to take on shooting a film in 65mm, you obviously have to know what you’re doing and Robert Richardson is an experienced enough cinematographer to take on that sort of challenge. 343 more words

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