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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VFX pioneer Scott Ross, founder of Digital Domain

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Scott Ross was instrumental in the advancement of VFX in Hollywood. He led groundbreaking work at Industrial Light and Magic (ILM) and co-founded Digital Domain with James Cameron and Stan Winston. Scott looks back on his career, discusses systemic problems within the VFX industry, and possible ways to fix them.

Scott Ross was instrumental in the advancement of VFX in Hollywood. He led groundbreaking work at Industrial Light and Magic (ILM) and co-founded Digital Domain with James Cameron and Stan Winston. Scott looks back on his career, discusses systemic problems within the VFX industry, and possible ways to fix them.

Scott Ross was instrumental in the advancement of VFX in Hollywood. He led groundbreaking work at Industrial Light and Magic (ILM) and co-founded Digital Domain with James Cameron and Stan Winston. Scott looks back on his career, discusses systemic problems within the VFX industry, and possible ways to fix them.

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Griselda cinematographer Armando Salas, ASC

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Cinematographer Armando Salas, ASC brings a unique perspective to the Netflix series, Griselda. His approach to color throughout the series tells a story that's more about character than it is about the drug trade.

Cinematographer Armando Salas, ASC brings a unique perspective to the Netflix series, Griselda. His approach to color throughout the series tells a story that's more about character than it is about the drug trade.

Cinematographer Armando Salas, ASC brings a unique perspective to the Netflix series, Griselda. His approach to color throughout the series tells a story that's more about character than it is about the drug trade.

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