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 In this issue ...Paul Cameron, ASC treats HBO’s Westworld series to a big cinematic look on 35mm.
Oscar-nominated director Damien Chazelle says film was the "only option"
Mauro Fiore, ASC teams up once again with director Antoine Fuqua for The Magnificent Seven.
Seamus McGarvey BSC ASC uses 35mm to artistic and cost-effective advantage on The Accountant, Nocturnal Animals and short film Kitty
Don’t be afraid if you missed our Halloween episode of the Kodakery with AMC’s The Walking Dead cinematographer and director Michael Satrazemis
Did you shoot on Kodak film? Share your filmmaking story with us.Westworld, HBO’s critically acclaimed 10-part thriller, directed by Jonathan Nolan, with JJ Abrams amongst the executive producers harnessed multiple Kodak 35mm film stocks to deliver an experience of impressive scale and lasting visual grandeur. In conversation with IN CAMERA, pilot episode DP Paul Cameron ASC, calls for cinematographers to re-assume their artistic control by shooting on film.READ MORE Not too long ago Damien Chazelle was yet another writer-director making the rounds at the Sundance Film Festival with a little short called Whiplash. After a massive success with the musically driven feature version, Chazelle hits the silver screen again with the critically acclaimed La La Land shot on 35mm film.READ MORE "There was never any question that we would shoot The Magnificent Seven on anything other than 35mm film," declares Oscar-winning cinematographer Mauro Fiore ASC about director Antoine Fuqua's re-imagining of the classic Western action movie. Fiore deployed a trio of KODAK film stocks to portray different moods in the movie. Filming at night on KODAK VISION3 5219 500T put the control and artistic expression back into the DP's hands.READ MORE Seamus McGarvey BSC ASC, recently shot three very different films, back-to-back, on 35mm film: the intense action blockbuster The Accountant, 'colour noir' indie thriller Nocturnal Animals, plus the short feline frolic Kitty. "These three productions needed very different aesthetic results, and I knew film would support me in these disparate adventures," McGarvey stated.READ MORE  Ever wonder what it's like to shoot a zombie... on film? Go behind the scenes of AMC’s The Walking Dead with cinematographer and director Michael Satrazemis. Discover why he loves shooting 16mm film on the show. And don't worry   we asked him plenty of zombie related questions. Check out this episode and be sure to watch the latest season of The Walking Dead, shot on KODAK film!
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