July 2024 Issue of American Cinematographer

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The July 2024 issue presents a special focus on cinematography for television, with coverage of Ripley, Mary & George, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Ahsoka, Fargo and One Piece.


·       President’s Desk: ASC President Shelly Johnson recalls the valuable lessons learned and relationships formed during his early work on television projects.


·       Robert Elswit, ASC and director Steven Zaillian discuss their work on the black-and-white limited series Ripley. 


·       Cinematographers Alexander Dynan, Adam Scarth and Frank Lamm break down their naturalist strategies for the 17th-century series Mary & George.


·       Executive producer/producing director/cinematographer Michael Goi, ASC, ISC and cinematographers Michael Balfry, CSC and Stewart Whelan, ISC discuss the first season of Avatar: The Last Airbender, and executive producer/director/visual-effects supervisor Jabbar Raisani offers a look at some of the VFX challenges.


·       Eric Steelberg, ASC and Quyen Tran, ASC share their perspectives on shooting the Star Wars series Ahsoka.


·       Picture Partners: Dana Gonzales, ASC and Pete Konczal, ASC detail their collaboration on the series Fargo, notably episodes that Gonzales directed and Konczal shot.


·       Filmmakers’ Forum: Nicole Hirsch Whitaker, ASC offers a first-person account of filming the series One Piece in South Africa.


·       Clubhouse News: The latest bulletins from the Society feature the election of ASC leadership for 2024-’25; an ASC Master Class in Toronto; AFI Franklin J. Schaffner Alumni Medal recipient Matthew Libatique, ASC, LPS; and Pierre Angénieux Tribute Award honoree Santosh Sivan, ASC, ISC. 


·       Wrap Shot: The American Friend, shot by Robby Müller, NSC, BVK and directed by Wim Wenders.





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