May 10, 2020

War Stories Vol. 2: Tales from the Set featuring Walt Lloyd, Shana Hagan, Byron Werner, Claudia Raschke, Sal Totino and Ruben Fleischer

Special: The Cinematography Podcast War Stories Vol. 2

It’s our second War Stories Special! Each of our featured guests shares an insightful, interesting, humorous or crazy story of an experience they had while on set.

Walt Lloyd, ASC still remembers a crazy nightmare he had during a shoot, Shana Hagan on getting locked inside a prison while shooting the documentary Shakespeare Behind Bars, Byron Werner recounts shooting in Colombia at a very dangerous time, Claudia Raschke describes her experience of being perilously close to a calving glacier for A Sea Change, Sal Totino, ASC shares a tense story from the set of Any Given Sunday, and director Ruben Fleischer on a nearly disastrous experience directing a rap video for Who Ate All the Pies?

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Find out even more about this episode, with extensive show notes and links: https://camnoir.com/warstories2/

COMING SOON! War Stories Vol. 3.

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August 13, 2019

Ep 42 – Shana Hagan – Talks documentary work- Married in America, Won’t You Be My Neighbor, Shakespeare Behind Bars, working with Michael Apted, Parks and Recreation and more.

Cinematographer Shana Hagan has decades of experience shooting documentaries, reality television and even scripted work on “Parks and Recreation” and “Arrested Development.” She discusses her verite approach to shooting, the DP/director relationship, and the huge style variations in documentary film. One of her earliest jobs was as an assistant editor on the documentary “Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker’s Apocalypse.” Shana’s current work includes the Michael Apted series “63Up” and the doc “The Kingmaker” about the Marcos family’s reign in the Philippines.