Stuart Dryburgh, cinematographer for Men In Black International, joins Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, to discuss creating the look for the film. Stuart talks about the challenges of working in an established franchise, filming in NYC in the snow, why Stuart prefers Arri Alexa cameras, his lighting and lens choices for the film, shooting action scenes, and more!
Steve Annis, cinematographer for I Am Mother, talks to Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, about creating the look for the Netflix film. Steve shares his approach to lighting the film, his camera and lens choices and why he doesn’t do camera tests, the robot of I Am Mother, plus we talk about his work in music videos, and much more!
David Mullen, director of photography for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel talks to Go Creative Show host Ben Consoli about creating the look for the Amazon hit show. David shares his visual inspiration for the series, the challenges of filming a period piece in modern-day Manhattan, his approach to oners and long shots, achieving the Notre Dom shot, and much more!
Documentary filmmaker Hao Wu joins Go Creative Show host Ben Consoli to discuss his latest film, All In My Family. We talk about his transition from tech industry to full time filmmaking, filming one-man-band style for All In My Family, getting involved with Netflix, resources documentary filmmakers can use for their projects, being a filmmaker and a father, and more!
Gemma Jackson, production designer for Disney’s live action Aladdin, joins Go Creative Show host and commercial director Ben Consoli to discuss the film. As the award winning production designer of Game of Thrones, Finding Neverland, Bridget Jones Diary and more, Gemma shares her experience working with director Guy Ritchie to create Aladdin’s stunning look. Gemma shares how she adapted the classic cartoon into live action, creating the city ofAgrabah, her relationship with choreographers and cinematographers, her brilliant use of the iconic blue color for Will Smith’s Genie and much more.
Cinematographer Tod Campbell joins Go Creative Show host Ben Consoli to discuss crafting the look of Homecoming and Mr. Robot. We talk about Tods camera and lens choices, creating a perfect oner shot, creating LUTs with a colorist, the differences and similarities in the cinematography of Mr. Robot and Homecoming, and more!
Maya Landi (hair and makeup artist) and Nicole Coakley (wardrobe stylist) join Go Creative Show host Ben Consoli to talk about the importance of having makeup and wardrobe departments on your productions. We discuss why EVERY shoot needs a makeup and wardrobe stylist, what problems can arise without them, and how they help your talent perform better on camera. We also discuss how to persuade your clients to include makeup and wardrobe in their budget, and tips to break into the industry.
Cinematographer Nancy Schreiber joins Go Creative Show host Ben Consoli to discuss her career and latest film Mapplethorpe. Nancy shares her experience shooting on film, navigating tight production budgets, the reality of being a woman in the film industry, and much more.
Recap NAB 2019 with Matthew Allard and Erik Naso of Newsshooter.com. Listen as we dive deep into most important announcements for cameras, lenses, lights, audio, grip gear and Keyboards.. yes, we said keyboards.
John Schwartzman is the legendary cinematographer behind the lens of classic films like The Rock, Seabiscuit, Armageddon, Pearl Harbor, The Founder, and Jurassic World. He joins Go Creative Show host Ben Consoli discuss his amazing career, tips for budding cinematographers, and his film, The Highwaymen.