BC Magazine Issue 91

Issue 91 of British Cinematographer Magazine is here. Our first issue of 2019 includes exclusive interviews with Alfonso Cuarón on Roma, Robbie Ryan BSC on The Favourite as well with Dion Beebe ACS ASC in our cover story special. Keep reading to find out more...

Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! In this month's cover-story special, we catch up with Dion Beebe ACS ASC to discuss his time shooting Mary Poppins Returns and working alongside director Rob Marshall for a fifth time.

The film, which has received three Academy Award nominations, sees the iconic and much-loved Mary Poppins back on our screens more than 50 years after the original, this time in 1930s London. In it, Mary Poppins comes to the rescue in typical fashion as she returns to save a grown-up Michael and Jane Banks from a troublesome situation and take them on an unforgettable journey. Beebe talks about paying homage to a classic whilst wrapping a new generation into the story, the value gained from constructing LUTs in pre-production and the fun to be had with a mixed-bag of lighting tricks.

IMAGO AWARDS

IMAGO AWARDSYes, the IMAGO awards makes news on this issue of British Cinematographer. 143 films entered the competition for several categories for Best cinematography. More than 60 imago members are now judging and evaluating who are the nominees. Nominees will be announced on 10th of February.

IMAGO PAGES

Don’t miss the two traditional IMAGO pages of each issue of BC Magazine written by IMAGO president Paul René Roestad FNF. The future issues of IMAGO are aiming to improve awareness for authorship and better working conditions for cinematographers.

Also Inside Issue 91...

On The Job

rosselot

French cinematographer Philippe Rousselot AFC ASC shares his experiences shooting the second film in the Fantastic Beasts series – The Crimes of Grindelwald.
Courtly Capers
The Favourite is taking awards season nominations by storm right now and has received ten Oscar nominations. Robbie Ryan BSC discusses his time shooting the film.

Close-Up
cuaronRoma has already won Venice’s Golden Lion and a Bronze Frog at Camerimage. Alfonso Cuarón speaks exclusively to Trevor Hogg about painting his memories on-screen.
Simplicity
We catch up with DP Łukasz Żal - a Silver Frog champion at this year's Camerimage festival - to discuss shooting the powerful and critically-acclaimed film, Cold War.

Courtly Capers

bobbyThe Favourite is taking awards season nominations by storm right now and has received ten Oscar nominations. Robbie Ryan BSC discusses his time shooting the film.

 

 

Simplicity

lukasWe catch up with DP Łukasz Żal - a Silver Frog champion at this year's Camerimage festival - to discuss shooting the powerful and critically-acclaimed film, Cold War.

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