Definition of cinematographer
: a specialist in cinematography
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Other subcategories within the class of 2017 were even less inclusive, as categories like cinematographer, sound, and visual effects skewed more male than female.
Working again with cinematographer Lyle Vincent but in color this time, Amirpour comes up with some dazzling imagery.
Kinoautomat, an experimental short by the Czech cinematographer Radúz Činčera.
According to the Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film, women accounted for only 11 percent of writers, 3 percent of cinematographers, and 14 percent of editors involved in top-grossing movies.
Emmanuel Lubezki – Mexican cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki is the most in-demand man behind the camera right now.
What: There are stretches -- a mile here, seven miles there -- where the bottom is soft and the deep earth tones are a cinematographer's smeary dream.
That sense of realism is juxtaposed with a wild cinematic style from cinematographer Mike Eley, and claustrophobic handheld camera for some of the more intense monologues.
A panel discussion will follow the screening with writer-director Theodore Witcher, actors Lisa Nicole Carson, Nia Long, Larenz Tate and Isaiah Washington, cinematographer Ernest Holzman, executive producer Julia Chasman and many more.
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