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Talking Pictures: Moving Pictures: Filmmakers and the Art of Cinematography

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Talking Pictures wPaul Booth

Talking Pictures wPaul Booth


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Host Paul Booth reviews An Trans documentary Presetned by Arri titled MOVING PICTURES: FILMMAKERS AND THE ART OF CINEMATOGRAPHY.

"This brilliant, insightful, gem of documentary brings out the kid in any movie-lover or filmmaker. Here, not only does An Trans take the viewer into film's they love, but makes them want to see every movie discussed and know the filmography of every interviewee. This is one of the most incindiary documentaries about filmmaking to be Produced this Century."--Paul Booth Host, Talking Pictures.


Moving Pictures includes intimate conversations with celebrated cinematographers like Roger Deakins ASC BSC, Vittorio Storaro ASC AIC, Rachel Morrison ASC, Christopher Doyle HKSC, Rodrigo Prieto ASC AMC, Matthew Libatique ASC, Mahmoud Kalari and more. These passionate craftspeople reveal their early influences and careers, what moves and motivates them, plus the magic of legendary partnerships with directors such as Jim Jarmusch, Clint Eastwood, Martin Scorsese, Bernardo Bertolucci, David Lynch, Abbas Kirostami, Xia Fang, Stanley Kubrick and more.

Produced by ARRI, the documentary was a major undertaking – production spanned multiple continents, crews and languages. Joining the effort were also Director/Executive producer Henning Radlein and Director/Supervising Editor Sophie Kill. Cinematographer Tom Fahrmann, bvk developed the black-and-white visual design and lighting approach for the interviews.

For Tran, her goal was to bring out the personality of each interview subject, along with showcasing a diverse array of filmmakers from different backgrounds and generations. “We know these filmmakers and work; being able to share their unique experiences will inspire current film lovers and the storytellers of tomorrow.