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Growing up in New York City, cinematographer Charles Libin absorbed the gritty, seventies-era filmmaking of movies made in Manhattan like “Taxi Driver”, “Mean Streets”, and “Dog Day Afternoon”. The Brooklyn-based cinematographer has over the years done documentary camerawork on several Jonathan Demme films including his Neil Young Trilogy, and nume…
 
On episode 44, we spoke with Katrina Medoff and Tracy Sayre, co-founders of the Women’s Weekend Film Challenge and got a crash course in how a great idea blossoms into launching a collaborative film project. The film challenge, is a women-in-film initiative that’s less a contest and more a hybrid networking creative event that places professional f…
 
Learn how DoP Alexa Wolf uses her skills to create a potent visual style with little budget for the music video “Paths” by artist Jenna Kyle directed by Rachel Kessler. Like many Directors of Photography, Alexa Wolf came to cinematography, in New York City after working in camera, grip & electric departments. Now she’s a DoP on narrative features a…
 
Learn how DoP Alexa Wolf uses her skills to create socially focused visual storytelling on the set of “The Gathering”. Like many Directors of Photography, Alexa Wolf came to cinematography, in New York City after working in camera, grip & electric departments. Now she’s a DoP on narrative features and commercial projects, with a focus on supporting…
 
Daresha Kyi is an award-winning filmmaker who writes, produces, and directs for film and television. Earlier this year at the South by Southwest Film Festival we chatted with cinematographer, Amy Bench, who shot Daresha’s documentary for the American Civil Liberties Union and Little By Little Films, “Texas Strong” an intimate portrait of conservati…
 
On the third installment from Hollywood, we had a chat with Bill Bennett, ASC. As a pilot and cinematographer for over two decades he has shot in a range of challenging environments and has been called upon by many of the world’s top auto brands to shoot their cars. He has photographed, aerospace and aircraft — along with people and places –for num…
 
“Every click of the shutter is a totality of the music I’ve heard, the love and pain I’ve seen and lived, and has shaped the way I see.” — John Simmons, ASC On part two of our series of interviews at the American Society of Cinematographers Clubhouse in Hollywood, we speak with John Simmons, ASC, an award-winning cinematographer for film and televi…
 
On episode 36, we sat down with New York-based - Italian-born cinematographer Valentina Caniglia, AIC IMAGO. Encouraged by her dad when he gave her a camera at a young age, she was drawn first to still photography - and then evolved to film storytelling. Growing up in Naples, her influences range from legendary DP Vittorio Storaro to directors Stan…
 
On episode 36, we sat down with New York-based - Italian-born cinematographer Valentina Caniglia, AIC IMAGO. Encouraged by her dad when he gave her a camera at a young age, she was drawn first to still photography - and then evolved to film storytelling. Growing up in Naples, her influences range from legendary DP Vittorio Storaro to directors Stan…
 
On episode 35 of Full Exposure, we speak with James Cawley a director-cinematographer from Utah specializing in outdoor recreation and tourism films. Working with small crews, he traverses the state and remote locations around the world — working to develop a lean style of producing while keeping cinematic production values in locales and with budg…
 
The New Haven 48 Hour Film Project is a crash course in speed filmmaking. On episode 34 of Full Exposure, learn from a veteran TV and film producer how speed-filmmaking can help hone your film production skills AND having fun! Host Jim Kamp speaks with Trish Clark, regional producer in New Haven, Conn. for the 48 Hour Film Project, an international…
 
On episode 33 of Full Exposure, we sit down with Boston-based photojournalist and filmmaker Lauren Owens Lambert who documents her passion: the human aspect of conservation and climate change research. Her work focuses on people as a vital part of natural cycles, a perspective that is sometimes lost in contemporary views on climate. You will learn …
 
On episode 33 of Full Exposure, we sit down with Boston-based photojournalist and filmmaker Lauren Owens Lambert who documents her passion: the human aspect of conservation and climate change research. Her work focuses on people as a vital part of natural cycles, a perspective that is sometimes lost in contemporary views on climate. You will learn …
 
On episode 32 of Full Exposure, New York City-based photographer and documentary filmmaker Amy Elliott discusses how persistence and innate curiosity are two elements instrumental in effective non-fiction visual storytelling. For the past 10 years she's been documenting small towns around North America and showcasing the quirky yet endearing life t…
 
On episode 32 of Full Exposure, New York City-based photographer and documentary filmmaker Amy Elliott discusses how persistence and innate curiosity are two elements instrumental in effective non-fiction visual storytelling. For the past 10 years she's been documenting small towns around North America and showcasing the quirky yet endearing life t…
 
Filmmaker Robin Hauser is a proven storyteller of complex topics. In her award-winning documentary, "Code—Debugging the Gender Gap" she examined the dearth of women in computer coding. Now, in her latest film, "Bias", Robin posits compelling questions: how have primal human survival instincts made racial and gender bias an innate part of ourselves;…
 
Filmmaker Robin Hauser is a proven storyteller of complex topics. In her award-winning documentary, "Code—Debugging the Gender Gap" she examined the dearth of women in computer coding. Now, in her latest film, "Bias", Robin posits compelling questions: how have primal human survival instincts made racial and gender bias an innate part of ourselves;…
 
Brooklyn-based Barbara Vekarić is an emerging producer, director and writer originally from Croatia. Barbara’s first feature length-film is “Aleksi” – ‘Lazy. Crazy. Sexy.’ – a slice of life comedy set on the bucolic adriatic seaside. The title character is a troubled, aimless twenty eight year-old, jobless after college, living at her parents viney…
 
Brooklyn-based Barbara Vekarić is an emerging producer, director and writer originally from Croatia. Barbara’s first feature length-film is “Aleksi” – ‘Lazy. Crazy. Sexy.’ – a slice of life comedy set on the bucolic adriatic seaside. The title character is a troubled, aimless twenty eight year-old, jobless after college, living at her parents viney…
 
Producer-director Jenna Ricker has worked solely in narrative film until now. In “Qualified,” her first non-fiction feature, the film’s subject is a pioneer in motor sports — and feminism — Janet Guthrie, the first woman to compete in the Memorial Day spectacle, the Indianapolis 500. Janet started out as an aerospace engineer with a longing for fli…
 
Producer-director Jenna Ricker has worked solely in narrative film until now. In “Qualified,” her first non-fiction feature, the film’s subject is a pioneer in motor sports — and feminism — Janet Guthrie, the first woman to compete in the Memorial Day spectacle, the Indianapolis 500. Janet started out as an aerospace engineer with a longing for fli…
 
Emerging cinematographer Andi Obarski has shot numerous documentaries, short and long form narratives and music videos. Her ceaseless drive and energy is a great example of how to make it in today’s competitive film industry. The New York City-based cinematographer has recently become a 2021 American Film Institute Cinematography Fellow. Host: Jim …
 
Sasha Gordon is a Russian-born now New York City-based award-winning writer, director and composer. Following on her critically acclaimed 2016 romantic comedy “It Had to Be You”, Sasha’s South by Southwest entry was “Maggie” a dramedy episode pilot about motherhood. Maggie premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and went on to win best pilot at Sou…
 
Sasha Gordon is a Russian-born now New York City-based award-winning writer, director and composer. Following on her critically acclaimed 2016 romantic comedy “It Had to Be You”, Sasha’s South by Southwest entry was “Maggie” a dramedy episode pilot about motherhood. Maggie premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and went on to win best pilot at Sou…
 
LA-based writer, director, actor and rock cellist! Kestrin Pantera arrived in Austin in style aboard her lime green karaoke RV to promote her latest dramedy premiering at South by Southwest. “Mother’s Little Helpers,” unfolds as four siblings come together upon learning their former ’70s flower power mother has weeks to live. Kestrin’s first featur…
 
LA-based writer, director, actor and rock cellist! Kestrin Pantera arrived in Austin in style aboard her lime green karaoke RV to promote her latest dramedy premiering at South by Southwest. “Mother’s Little Helpers,” unfolds as four siblings come together upon learning their former ’70s flower power mother has weeks to live. Kestrin’s first featur…
 
Filmmaker Christine Chen wears many hats: a writer, director, photographer, entrepreneur and an Academy-qualified producer/director. She fell in love with capturing images and telling stories through film the first time she got her hands on an early camcorder. Ever since, Christine’s love of film turned into a lifelong passion incorporating her per…
 
Rory Doyle is the winner of the 2019 Zeiss Photography Award. A native of Maine, Rory moved to the delta town of Cleveland, Mississippi to teach when he happened on a sight that struck him; African-American cowboys on horseback. He went on to gain the trust of locals and began work on his photo story “The Delta Hill Riders.” The essay has also earn…
 
Cinematographer Josh Silfen dreamed of making movies from an early age which eventually led him to NYU film school to study cinematography. He met director Emily Ting through mutual friends at NYU, and has collaborated with her on shorts, commercials and her first feature. Emily Ting’s second feature, “Go Back to China” premiered at SXSW and follow…
 
Cinematographer Josh Silfen dreamed of making movies from an early age which eventually led him to NYU film school to study cinematography. He met director Emily Ting through mutual friends at NYU, and has collaborated with her on shorts, commercials and her first feature. Emily Ting’s second feature, “Go Back to China” premiered at SXSW and follow…
 
On today’s episode, we spoke with documentary cinematographer Amy Bench. We initially spoke with Amy about shooting Deresha Kyi’s doc short “Trans in America: Texas Strong” screened here in Austin. Amy directed her own film premiering at SXSW in the Texas Shorts competition. “A Line Birds Cannot See” is an animated documentary about a 12-year-old s…
 
We begin our extensive coverage of the SXSW Film Festival with guest host Snehal Patel, Zeiss Cine Sales Manager, Americas, interviewing Ava Berkofsky, Cinematographer. Ava Berkofsky was born in Wales, raised in the mountains and cities of California, and is now a Los Angeles and NYC-based Director of Photography. Her background in fine art and doc…
 
On this episode of Full Exposure we pay another visit to one of our favorite Manhattan locations -- the Union Square daylight studio of photographer Andrew French. We spoke with Andy about the amazing light in his studio in episode seven. He hosts portrait and figure workshops in this, one of the few remaining north light studios in New York City. …
 
On episode sixteen of Full Exposure, we met Sean Weiner and several filmmakers from the Creative Culture program at the Jacob Burns Media Center in New York. On today’s show, we caught up with some of the filmmakers in Park City Utah at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. Sean and our crew spoke with them to get their thoughts as they attended one of …
 
The Jacob Burns Film Center, north of New York City is a growing hub for cinema education and media literacy giving a platform to emerging filmmakers within its Creative Culture Fellowship program. Graduate-level students are mentored in developing their storytelling skills as they produce two film projects during their time at Creative Culture. Th…
 
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