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2006 / 02 — February Issue of American Cinematographer
2006 / 02 — February Issue of American Cinematographer


 
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Munich
  • The Price Of Revenge, Janusz Kaminski, ASC explores the aftermath of the 1972 Olympic Games massacre in Munich.
  • A Rake's Progress, Casanova allows Oliver Stapleton, BSC to exploit the scenic splendors of Venice, Italy
  • High-Key Highlights, Gilbert Taylor, BSC earns the ASC International Award for his distinguished contributions to cinematography
  • The Doyen of Direct Cinema, The ASC honors groundbreaking documentarian Frederick Wiseman with an Award of Distinction.

Departments:

  • DVD Playback will present reviews of three all-time classics that have been lovingly restored for home viewing: King Kong (1933), shot by ASC members Edward Linden, J.O. Taylor and Vernon L. Walker; The Wizard of Oz (1939), shot by Harold Rosson, ASC; and Ben-Hur (1959), shot by Robert L. Surtees, ASC.
  • Production Slate will include coverage of Tristram Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story, shot by Marcel Zyskind, and The White Countess, shot by Chris Doyle, HKSC.
  • Points East will present an interview with cinematographer Terry Stacey about his work on the feature film Winter Passing.
  • Short Takes will offer cinematographer Robin Holder's assessment of the Arriflex D-20 camera, which he recently used to shoot the Jeffron music video "Dance."
  • Post Focus will present an overview of new monitor-calibration systems from Rising Sun and Ascent Media, as well as information on The Mill's use of 2K data scans and grain-management software for commercial projects.
  • ASC Close-Up will present a Q&A profile of Society member and past president William A. Fraker, whose credits as a director of photography include the acclaimed Rosemary's Baby and Bullitt.