How to Film an Indie Feature | Lessons from a Hollywood DP

10/19/2019 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

How to Film an Indie Feature | Lessons from a Hollywood DP

Not all movies are made for hundreds of thousands of dollars, and the case of The Peanut Butter Falcon, Nigel Bluck, the cinematographer, had to be aware of his limitations and utilize the classic phrase, "Less is always more" to make, what is now a new Classic American Film.



A true minimalist filmmaker, Nigel talks about his upbringing and the important essentials of a working cinematographer.


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