A QUIET PLACE PART II cinematographer Polly Morgan ASC BSC takes us behind-the-scenes of this highly anticipated sequel. Polly and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss the challenges of shooting on film, why one sequence was shot digitally, why practical stunts are better, working with John Krasinski and Emily Blunt, mentorship advice, and more!
Emmy award-winning comedy series TED LASSO follows an American football coach as he helps a struggling London soccer team. Cinematographer David Rom comes on to explain how they turned Jason Sudeikis’ successful shorts into a full blown TV series.
David and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss avoiding comedy visual stereotypes, fish-out-of-water cinematography style, pairing the Alexa LF with Tokina lenses, why they had to recreate the entire soccer field, and more!
Fashion… Sex… Drama… The filming and lighting of HALSTON on Netflix with cinematographer Tim Ives. Learn about the incredible use of color theory, lighting, lenses and more.
Tim and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss using special Sigma lenses to give the Studio 54 nightclub atmosphere, using cinematography to make a character feel isolated, what the heck a “book light” is, and more!
In STOWAWAY, cinematographer Klemens Becker embraces claustrophobic cinematography while filming inside a spaceship. We also discuss simulated gravity, recreating the suns intensity in space, and his human take on a space story.
Klemens and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss how 36,000 LEDs lit up the spaceship set, why almost all the VFX was created before filming began, recreating zero gravity, and much more!
THE HAUNTING OF BLY MANOR expands on the cinematic universe of HILL HOUSE with gorgeous dark cinematography and blooming highlights. Cinematographer James Kniest shares this approach and filming an episode entirely in black and white.
James and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss lighting a scene with only candlelight, how netting on lenses blooms highlights, how to gradually adjust aperture, the show’s subtle camera movement, and more!
Horror cinematographer mastermind Checco Varese ASC teaches us how he filmed trauma and fear for Amazon Studios’ THEM. Checco explains his approach to the series’ gorgeous cinematography and his philosophy as a filmmaker.
Checco and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss ways to invoke anxiety and terror through cinematography, tips for new cinematographers, using virtual filmmaking to film a creature attack on a 1950s bus, the Jordan Peele US controversy and more!
NOBODY is a thrilling, high-paced action movie starring BETTER CALL SAUL’s Bob Odenkirk. Cinematographer Pawel Pogorzelski shares his experiences coming from films like MIDSOMMAR and HEREDITARY to NOBODY – his first action film.
Pawel and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss how the his cinematic approach evolves throughout the movie, his close relationship with the stunt coordinator, why the car chases were the so challenging, lighting for the darkness, and more!
Oscar-nominated film JUDAS AND THE BLACK MESSIAH masterfully replicates the visuals of 1960s Chicago. Inspired by Kodachrome and Ektachrome film stock, Cinematographer Sean Bobbitt BSC explains the film’s wide aspect ratio, hand-made lens package, and the proper use for closeups.
Sean and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss adapting to various director’s needs, shooting on the Alexa LA and DNA lenses, Sean’s collaborative approach to color grading, his love of filming the color green, subtle camera movement, and more!
The Russo Brothers’ new film CHERRY is really six films in one. Each chapter has its own unique style, lens package, and lighting technique. Learn how cinematographer Newton Thomas Sigel ASC created six distinctive looks for this visually-stunning film.
Tom and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss creating the feeling of romance with vintage anamorphic lenses, using wide angel lenses so Tom Holland’s character felt trapped, showing drug addiction through tilt shift lenses, using a special infrared 3D camera rig, and more!
THE UNITED STATES VS BILLIE HOLIDAY is a visually raw biopic combining stunning imagery of Billie Holiday’s life and her musical performances. Cinematographer Andrew Dunn BSC explains how he crafted these visuals by shooting on film, using filtration and haze, and a variety of camera movement.
Andrew and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss why cinematographers are chameleons, why Andrew loves filtration, his philosophy behind camera motivation and movement, and much more!