Filmmakers Academy | Keylight – Where, when & why?
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Filmmakers Academy | Keylight – Where, when & why?

This is where it all starts, the key light and the human face. The window into your character’s soul, their emotions, and motivations. It is the most important subject you will ever light, and it all starts with where to place your key light. Shane takes what you think you knew were the basics and…

Filmmakers Academy | Lighting day interior with zero lights
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Filmmakers Academy | Lighting day interior with zero lights

How do you shape natural light to deliver that brilliantly lit, cinematic look and texture? In How to Light Day Interiors Vol. III, Shane Hurlbut, ASC clues you in on his methodology for handling negative fill, black tablecloth, mirrors, and mirror board without relying on expensive lights. Then, Shane deconstructs the pros and cons of…

EnergaCAMERIMAGE | An interview with Bruno Delbonnel ASC AFC
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EnergaCAMERIMAGE | An interview with Bruno Delbonnel ASC AFC

In his collaborations with directors like the Coen brothers (Inside Llewyn Davis) and Jean-Pierre Jeunet (Amélie), cinematographer Bruno Delbonnel ASC AFC has developed his signature soft-lit style. He shares how he helps bring a filmmaker’s vision to the big screen, working with the production and costume designers to do so. 

EnergaCAMERIMAGE | An interview with Jan Roelfs
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EnergaCAMERIMAGE | An interview with Jan Roelfs

Winner of CamerIMAGE’s Award to Production Designer with Unique Visual Sensitivity in 2019, Jan Roelfs has won plaudits for his work on features big and small – perhaps most notably, two instalments of the Fast & Furious saga. He also talks about his approach to working on remakes, such as 2017’s Ghost in the Shell.