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Sean Bobbitt found the script for Judas and the Black Messiah gripping and incredibly relevant to today's ongoing issues of racial inequality. He realized he knew little about the Black Panthers and this chapter of racial injustice in America, and he needed to help tell the story. Together, Sean and director Shaka King began to explore what they wanted to visually create.

Sean Bobbitt found the script for Judas and the Black Messiah gripping and incredibly relevant to today's ongoing issues of racial inequality. He realized he knew little about the Black Panthers and this chapter of racial injustice in America, and he needed to help tell the story. Together, Sean and director Shaka King began to explore what they wanted to visually create.

Sean Bobbitt found the script for Judas and the Black Messiah gripping and incredibly relevant to today's ongoing issues of racial inequality. He realized he knew little about the Black Panthers and this chapter of racial injustice in America, and he needed to help tell the story. Together, Sean and director Shaka King began to explore what they wanted to visually create.

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Lachlan Milne's big breakout movie was Hunt for the Wilderpeople with director Taika Waititi. Lachlan soon found a niche on challenging but fun supernatural movies and then began work on the hit series, Stranger Things. On his latest film, Minari, Lachlan feels that having a low budget actually works to its advantage, because the movie relies more on capturing the performances rather than big showy shots.

Lachlan Milne's big breakout movie was Hunt for the Wilderpeople with director Taika Waititi. Lachlan soon found a niche on challenging but fun supernatural movies and then began work on the hit series, Stranger Things. On his latest film, Minari, Lachlan feels that having a low budget actually works to its advantage, because the movie relies more on capturing the performances rather than big showy shots.

Lachlan Milne's big breakout movie was Hunt for the Wilderpeople with director Taika Waititi. Lachlan soon found a niche on challenging but fun supernatural movies and then began work on the hit series, Stranger Things. On his latest film, Minari, Lachlan feels that having a low budget actually works to its advantage, because the movie relies more on capturing the performances rather than big showy shots.

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For many years, Barry Alexander Brown labored over bringing his film, Son of the South to the big screen. Growing up in Alabama, Barry was familiar with civil rights activist Bob Zellner, and he knew he wanted to make a movie about Zellner's life. Barry hopes Son of the South inspires people to continue to fight for civil rights.

For many years, Barry Alexander Brown labored over bringing his film, Son of the South to the big screen. Growing up in Alabama, Barry was familiar with civil rights activist Bob Zellner, and he knew he wanted to make a movie about Zellner's life. Barry hopes Son of the South inspires people to continue to fight for civil rights.

For many years, Barry Alexander Brown labored over bringing his film, Son of the South to the big screen. Growing up in Alabama, Barry was familiar with civil rights activist Bob Zellner, and he knew he wanted to make a movie about Zellner's life. Barry hopes Son of the South inspires people to continue to fight for civil rights.

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Sean Bobbitt, BSC, on Judas and the Black Messiah, working with director Shaka King, working with director Steve McQueen on Hunger and Shame

Lachlan Milne, ACS, NZCS, cinematographer of Minari, Stranger Things, Hunt for the Wilderpeople and more

Director Barry Alexander Brown on his film Son of the South, a civil rights movie inspired by the life of activist Bob Zellner

Director Ryan White and cinematographer John Benam on the documentary Assassins

BONUS Episode: Director and cinematographer John Bailey, ASC on Groundhog Day, Ordinary People, and his past tenure as president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

Cinematographer Quyen Tran on Palm Springs, Unbelievable, A Teacher, baking for charity, shooting during the pandemic, and more

War Stories Vol. 5: Tales from the Set featuring Newton Thomas Sigel, Lije Sarki, Dan Kneece, Jeff Cronenweth, Tony Liberatore, Trevor Forrest, Iris Ng, Bill Totolo, Johnny Derango and Alex Winter

Tami Reiker, ASC on One Night in Miami, working with director Regina King, The Old Guard, early career on High Art, Pieces of April

Jake Swantko, DP and producer of The Dissident, on working with director Bryan Fogel and shooting the controversial documentary

Best Of 2020 featuring Bradford Young, Kira Kelly, Greig Fraser, Anthony Dod Mantle, Wally Pfister, Brendan Davis, Don Coscarelli, Frederick Wiseman, Iris Ng, Bruce Van Dusen, Julie Taymor and Ron Howard

Erik Messerschmidt, ASC: Mank, Mindhunter, Legion, Raised By Wolves, working with David Fincher

Bruce Van Dusen, director of over a thousand TV commercials, three films and a documentary, on his career and new book, 60 Stories about 30 Seconds

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