At Camerimage we applaud all the initiatives dedicated to the popularization of both the art of cinematography and the art of filmmaking in general – the creativity, energy and passion of the people who help to create the images that can stay for ever in the viewers’ minds, but who are – for the most part – “invisible” to the mass audience.
We are, therefore, more than happy to present you with the initiative of three cinematographers we are honored to call our friends – Phedon Papamichael (“Walk the Line”, “Nebraska”), Janusz Kamiński (“Schindler’s List”, “Saving Private Ryan”) and Wally Pfister (“The Prestige”, “Inception”). A couple of months ago they established “Advanced Filmmaking”, a wonderful initiative that is aimed mostly at filmmakers beginning their adventure in the industry, but can also serve as a wonderful reminder of why you love movies so much.
Or you can listen to Phedon Papamichel himself talking about different aspects of “Advanced Filmmaking”!
Phedon Papamichael talks about the genesis of “Advanced Filmmaking” and what the initiative has to offer:
Phedon Papamichael explains why “Advanced Filmmaking” is only available on-line, and shares some thoughts on the future of the initiative:
Phedon Papamichael talks about what makes “Advanced Filmmaking” a unique initiative:
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