Bringing 3 Body Problem to life: DP Jonathan Freeman, ASC

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Jonathan Freeman, ASC faced a unique challenge on Netflix's sci-fi series 3 Body Problem, translating the novels into visually compelling television. He chose a 2:3:5 aspect ratio, ARRI ALFA lenses and created a volume stage using a massive wall of SkyPanel lights to create a realistic, immersive environment for actors.

Jonathan Freeman, ASC faced a unique challenge on Netflix's sci-fi series 3 Body Problem, translating the novels into visually compelling television. He chose a 2:3:5 aspect ratio, ARRI ALFA lenses and created a volume stage using a massive wall of SkyPanel lights to create a realistic, immersive environment for actors.

Jonathan Freeman, ASC faced a unique challenge on Netflix's sci-fi series 3 Body Problem, translating the novels into visually compelling television. He chose a 2:3:5 aspect ratio, ARRI ALFA lenses and created a volume stage using a massive wall of SkyPanel lights to create a realistic, immersive environment for actors.

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Tokyo Vice producer/director Alan Poul

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Producer/director Alan Poul was excited to bring the crime drama Tokyo Vice to life. The series is based on the book and real life experiences of journalist Jake Adelstein. Season 1 was shot in Japan during COVID, but by Season 2 they were able to expand the scope of the show and Alan had the opportunity to direct.

Producer/director Alan Poul was excited to bring the crime drama Tokyo Vice to life. The series is based on the book and real life experiences of journalist Jake Adelstein. Season 1 was shot in Japan during COVID, but by Season 2 they were able to expand the scope of the show and Alan had the opportunity to direct.

Producer/director Alan Poul was excited to bring the crime drama Tokyo Vice to life. The series is based on the book and real life experiences of journalist Jake Adelstein. Season 1 was shot in Japan during COVID, but by Season 2 they were able to expand the scope of the show and Alan had the opportunity to direct.

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Shogun director Jonathan van Tulleken and cinematographer Christopher Ross, BSC

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Director Jonathan van Tulleken and cinematographer Christopher Ross, BSC worked on Shōgun episodes one and two, establishing the look of the series. Most importantly, they wanted the show to be bold and stand out with a cinematic look and genuine artistic intention behind it.

Director Jonathan van Tulleken and cinematographer Christopher Ross, BSC worked on Shōgun episodes one and two, establishing the look of the series. Most importantly, they wanted the show to be bold and stand out with a cinematic look and genuine artistic intention behind it.

Director Jonathan van Tulleken and cinematographer Christopher Ross, BSC worked on Shōgun episodes one and two, establishing the look of the series. Most importantly, they wanted the show to be bold and stand out with a cinematic look and genuine artistic intention behind it.

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