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2006 / 03 — March Issue of American Cinematographer
2006 / 03 — March Issue of American Cinematographer

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  • An Angry Young Man, Lance Gewer lends emotional intensity to the South African drama Tsotsi.
  • Heart and Soul, Ellen Kuras, ASC captures a memorable concert performance in Neil Young: Heart of Gold
  • Retro Sexy, Mott Hupfel frames an erotic icon in The Notorious Bettie Page
  • A Master's Palette, Jack Cardiff, BSC recalls his stunning work with three-strip Technicolor
  • A Style of Subtlety, Sydney Pollack is honored by the ASC for his filmmaking achievements


  • DVD Playback presents reviews of three visually stunning films that have been lovingly restored for home viewing: Lifeboat (1944), shot by Glen MacWilliams, ASC; The Tales of Hoffmann (1951), shot by Christopher Challis, BSC; and The Bird With the Crystal Plumage (1970), shot by Vittorio Storaro, ASC, AIC.
  • Production Slate includes coverage of two inventive independent films: Trail of the Screaming Forehead, shot by Kevin Jones, and Formosa, shot by Tyler Oliver.
  • Points East presents an overview of Roller Palace, a student project shot in high-definition video by a group of Boston University undergraduates.
  • Short Takes presents a look at The Big Empty, a short film shot by esteemed ASC cinematographer Newton Thomas Sigel, whose feature credits include Three Kings, X-Men and Confessions of a Dangerous Mind.
  • Post Focus explores new distribution options for independent films, and detail the innovative postproduction techniques that were used on the indie production Katiebird.
  • ASC Close-Up presents a Q&A profile of Society member M. David Mullen, who has contributed stunning cinematography to a number of memorable indie films, including Twin Falls Idaho and Northfork.