Philip Bloom, filmmaker, photographer, camera reviewer, and teacher, comes back on the Go Creative Show to discuss his latest MZed online course, Filmmaking for Photographers.
The all-new Apple TV+ streaming service has launched and we’ve got behind the scenes access for the series Dickinson, with cinematographer Tim Orr.
Tim and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss working for Apple, how he worked with the series creators to tell Dickinson in a modern way, how they lit a show that takes place before the invention of electricity, and more!
In this episode we discuss The Lighthouse with director Robert Eggers and cinematographer Jarin Blaschke. Learn about Robert’s writing and directing process, how they constructed a real lighthouse for the film, why Jarin needed blinding light for their black and white film stock, how the crew overcame harsh weather and shooting conditions, and much more!
Film Riot is an inspiration to all filmmakers, and in this episode of Go Creative Show, we celebrate the 10 year anniversary of Film Riot, with Ryan Connolly.
Ryan and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss how Film Riot has changed over the years, plus a behind the scenes look at his latest short film “There Comes a Knocking” and why it’s a first step towards a feature film.
Cinematography tips for filming horror! Today we celebrate Halloween with Guy Pooles, the director of photography for the anthology series Two Sentence Horror Stories.
Guy and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss the concept of the anthology series, Guy’s approach to horror cinematography and his creative use of in-camera haze, his camera and lighting choices and much more!
El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie and Better Call Saul director of photography, Marshall Adams, shares a behind the scenes look at the Breaking Bad Universe. Marshall and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss the making of El Camino, its most challenging scenes, filming with the Alexa 65, Marshalls lighting philosophy and thoughts on future Breaking Bad films. Plus questions from Go Creative Show listeners!
Today we talk with Richard Rutkowski, the cinematographer for Hulu’s Castle Rock! Richard and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss what inspired the series look, the cameras and lens used on Castle Rock, the most challenging scenes and what you can expect from season 2, plus his work on other shows like Jack Ryan and The Americans.
“Joker” Director of Photography, Lawrence Sher, shares behind the scenes secrets and his thoughts on the controversy surrounding the film.
Lawrence and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss the lighting and camera tricks that gave Joker its unique look, how they worked around Joaquin Phoenix’s leg injury, the camera and lenses used, filming subway scenes with LED projection technology, and more!
Today we discuss all the news and announcements from IBC 2019 with Matthew Allard from NewsShooter.com. We dive deep into the Sony FX9, Canon C500 M2, new lights from Arri and Aputure, the future of Raw recording, and so much more.
In today’s episode, we interview Michael Franks, television cinematographer for Nickelodeon’s reboot of the 90’s show, All That.
Michael shares stories from his early career at Saturday Night Live and how it prepared him for All That. Plus, insight on the grueling work schedule needed for a weekly sketch comedy show, lighting over 70 sets in 5 weeks, and the challenge of lighting for multiple cameras. Michael also shares his prefered camera and lens packages for the show, important skillsets for multi-camera cinematographers, and much more!