cinematography

The Cinematography of Bohemian Rhapsody (With Newton Thomas Sigel)

Newton Thomas Sigel is the visionary cinematographer for the highly anticipated film Bohemian Rhapsody. Tom joins Go Creative Show host and commercial director Ben Consoli to discuss Tom’s decision to shoot with the Alexa 65, creating a visual language for Freddie Mercury’s story, recreating Live Aid, and all the behind-the-scenes secrets you need to know. 

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Mobile Filmmaking (with Neill Barham and Chris Demiris)

The next evolution in filmmaking is here, and it’s on your phone. Listen as our guests Neill Barham CEO of Filmic Pro and Chris Demiris co-founder of Luma Touch join Go Creative Show host Ben Consoli to share tips that will prepare you for the mobile filmmaking revolution. 

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The Cinematography of Westworld Season 2 (with John Grillo)

John Grillo is the director of photography for Westworld season 2 and he’s on the show today to discuss his accomplished career, the challenges and rewards of shooting film, and behind the scenes secrets from the set.

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NAB 2018 (with Matt Allard and Erik Naso)

Matt Allard and Erik Naso from Newsshooter.com join Go Creative Show host and commercial director Ben Consoli,  to discuss all the news and announcements from NAB 2018. Lighting, lenses, camera and ProRes Raw!

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A Quiet Place Cinematography (with Charlotte Bruus Christensen)

Charlotte Bruus Christensen is the Danish cinematographer behind the lens of the horrifying and beautifully shot film A Quiet Place.  Charlotte joins commercial director and Go Creative Show host Ben Consoli to discuss the camera, lighting, and lensing choices for A Quiet Place, it’s unique sound design and how show created its horrifying yet warm look.

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