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ONE-YEAR PRINT SUBSCRIPTION
INCLUDES DIGITAL EDITION + AC ARCHIVE
Take advantage of a subscription to American Cinematographer and get 12 print issues delivered directly to you as well as your computer each month, along with online access to more than 1,200 past issues documenting the last 103 years of filmmaking!
AC is the industry's leading journal of motion-picture production techniques. Established by the American Society of Cinematographers in 1920, it offers readers invaluable access to the world's finest filmmakers.
Each month you’ll get in-depth interviews with cinematographers and their collaborators about projects that include major Hollywood features, independent and foreign films, television productions, and music videos. Topics include lighting techniques, the creative use of cameras and optics, virtual production methods, visual effects, shooting on location, and the development of AI tools.
In addition, our New Products & Services department will keep you abreast of the latest tools and technologies as they come on the market.
To complement your monthly print edition, AC has teamed with Nxtbook to instantly deliver our digital edition directly to your laptop, tablet, smartphone or desktop computer. This electronic issue is identical to our print edition — with all the advantages of being digital:
“Gosh, where do I begin about American Cinematographer magazine? It’s just always been wonderful to have a publication that focuses so deeply on the technical and aesthetic aspects of motionpicture photography. It’s a bible for cinematographers and directors alike.”
— Christopher Nolan
“American Cinematographer has forever been our ‘gateway drug’ into the world of making films, tickling and satisfying the curiosity of many students and filmmakers alike. Shooting is a mysterious and schizophrenic occupation, and the magazine has traditionally provided the finest insights into how technology meets with ambitious visual ideas and image poetry. It’s been a career-long guiding light into the secrets behind the camera.”
— Hoyte van Hoytema, ASC, FSF, NSC