Leading Australian cinematographer Stefan Duscio ACS delves into the role of a cinematographer.
Duscio discusses the contrasting visual styles of films such as Upgrade, Judy & Punch and Jungle, and how he worked with the directors to achieve these.
Amongst other things, Duscio reveals his responsibilities throughout the various stages of production and why he’s been known to take up to 10,000 photographs before the cameras begin to roll.
Some of the work featured in this cinematography masterclass include:
The Invisible Man – Directed by Leigh Whannell
Judy & Punch – Directed by Mirrah Foulkes
Upgrade – Directed by Leigh Whannell
Jungle – Directed by Greg McLean
Acute Misfortune – Directed by Tom Wright
Canopy – Directed by Aaron Wilson
Barracuda – Directed by Robert Connolly
The Mule – Directed by Tony Mahony & Angus Sampson
The Turning (Long Clear View) – Directed by Mia Wasikowska
The Turning (Small Mercies) – Directed by Rhys Graham
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