When retelling the remarkable story of the Sutton Hoo excavation, cinematographer Mike Eley BSC and director Simon Stone adopted an elegant and distinctive visual style.
LED volumes are an exciting new tool in the cinematographer’s toolbox, mixing the real with the unreal.
Cinematography is the adventure Sean Bobbitt BSC always craved, allowing him to explore new worlds and experience a rush of intellectual and visual freedom.
In Zola, a surreal true story originally told in a viral Twitter thread, is captured on Super 16mm film to evoke a simultaneously heightened and naturalistic feeling.
Cruella serves as the origin story for an infamous and fashionable Disney villainess first introduced to moviegoers in 1961.
In 2004, I purchased my first Steadicam rig and picked up any jobs possible. Soon after, I realised there’s more to operating than moving the rig about.
With a lifelong passion for blending art and science, John Knoll has evolved the visual effects world and the craft of filmmaking.
The July 2021 issue of British Cinematographer is now here! Find out more about just some of the incredible interviews and exclusive articles you can expect to find inside this not-to-be-missed edition.
Following his recent knighthood, British Cinematographer celebrates the extraordinary career of Sir Roger Deakins CBE BSC ASC along with the treasured films he has helped create, and also hear memories and congratulations from frequent collaborators, fellow cinematographers and more.
Screen and Film School Manchester Fabian Wagner Scholarship winner announced
BBC and Netflix form partnership to develop shows from disabled creatives
- Behind the Scenes
- Camera Creative
- Cinematic Classic
- Commercial Break
- Event Previews and Reports
- In the Frame
- Industry Wide Shot
- New Wave
- Set To Post
- Special Reports
- The Bigger Picture
- The Craft