Amy Vincent ASC on A Nice Indian Boy, Hustle & Flow, Eve’s Bayou

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Throughout her career, cinematographer Amy Vincent, ASC has enjoyed collaborating with directors on smaller movies such as Eve's Bayou, Hustle & Flow, and her most recent film, A Nice Indian Boy. Amy recently received the ASC Presidents Award, which recognizes her long career as a cinematographer and mentor.

Throughout her career, cinematographer Amy Vincent, ASC has enjoyed collaborating with directors on smaller movies such as Eve's Bayou, Hustle & Flow, and her most recent film, A Nice Indian Boy. Amy recently received the ASC Presidents Award, which recognizes her long career as a cinematographer and mentor.

Throughout her career, cinematographer Amy Vincent, ASC has enjoyed collaborating with directors on smaller movies such as Eve's Bayou, Hustle & Flow, and her most recent film, A Nice Indian Boy. Amy recently received the ASC Presidents Award, which recognizes her long career as a cinematographer and mentor.

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Strada CEO Michael Cioni: Using AI to simplify workflows

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With his new company Strada, Michael Cioni wants to enable creative professionals to simplify their workflows and have more freedom to be creative. Strada uses helpful AI tools to streamline and minimize the mundane parts of filmmaking, from transcription to image analysis and tagging.

With his new company Strada, Michael Cioni wants to enable creative professionals to simplify their workflows and have more freedom to be creative. Strada uses helpful AI tools to streamline and minimize the mundane parts of filmmaking, from transcription to image analysis and tagging.

With his new company Strada, Michael Cioni wants to enable creative professionals to simplify their workflows and have more freedom to be creative. Strada uses helpful AI tools to streamline and minimize the mundane parts of filmmaking, from transcription to image analysis and tagging.

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Dune: Part Two cinematographer Greig Fraser, ACS, ASC

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Cinematographer Greig Fraser, ACS, ASC sees Dune: Part Two as the second half of the Dune story. Greig purposefully used a lot of hard light and open shade, since most of the film takes place in the harsh desert sands of Arrakis. The movie was filmed outside in the desert and on soundstages in four different countries.

Cinematographer Greig Fraser, ACS, ASC sees Dune: Part Two as the second half of the Dune story. Greig purposefully used a lot of hard light and open shade, since most of the film takes place in the harsh desert sands of Arrakis. The movie was filmed outside in the desert and on soundstages in four different countries.

Cinematographer Greig Fraser, ACS, ASC sees Dune: Part Two as the second half of the Dune story. Greig purposefully used a lot of hard light and open shade, since most of the film takes place in the harsh desert sands of Arrakis. The movie was filmed outside in the desert and on soundstages in four different countries.

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Amy Vincent ASC on A Nice Indian Boy, Hustle & Flow, Eve’s Bayou

Strada CEO Michael Cioni: Using AI to simplify workflows

Dune: Part Two cinematographer Greig Fraser, ACS, ASC

Dynamics of a Working Camera Department with Greg Irwin, SOC

Masters of the Air cinematographer Richard Rutkowski, ASC

House of Ninjas showrunner and executive producer Dave Boyle

Jenelle Riley, Variety’s Deputy Awards and Features Editor, discusses the 2024 Academy Awards nominations

Bonus Episode: To Kill a Tiger director Nisha Pahuja and editor Mike Munn

Maestro cinematographer Matty Libatique, ASC

Bonus Episode: Past Lives cinematographer Shabier Kirchner

Bonus Episode: Bobi Wine: The People’s President directors Moses Bwayo and Christopher Sharp

Oppenheimer cinematographer Hoyte Van Hoytema, ASC

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