Matthew Vaughn’s answer to the spy comedy genre just got bigger and better. We talk to the team behind Kingsman: The Golden Circle to learn more
‘Okja’ DIT Dan Skinner explains the Raw pipeline of this infamous Veggie Netflix movie
Shedding Light on War: cinematographer Michael Seresin BSC on War for the Planet of the Apes
Ember Films is an extremely busy Emmy Award-winning production company so when they get something that saves them time they pay attention.
Another Definition Gear Group takes a look at your storage choices. Everyone knows that digital means you store more footage and that is as true for single storage as it is for networked attached devices. We appraise the newest and most interesting types and look for speed hikes, capacity blow-outs and even AI that might change the way you work
When Disney chose to give its classic animation Beauty and the Beast the live action treatment, those enormous animated sets needed a real-world lighting design
Johann Perry is a vastly experienced documentary DOP who is shooting his first drama feature. Due to budget the lighting design was one of subtraction not addition
The eighth film in the epic sci-fi franchise, the new Alien: Covenant movie recalls the tone of the first time we met the acid-blooded xenomorphs
The production journey of the live-action version of Ghost in the Shell was never going to be smooth – which piled the pressure on the DOP and VFX vendors
Nine of the best vintage lenses. Our regular Gear Group this month is all about looking back to make sense of the present. What we mean is that vintage lenses, like vinyl, are more popular than ever as it’s their age and deficiencies that tame the digital-ness of modern-day cameras. We have a pick of the most popular oldies on the market.
Canon has eyed the massive increase in high-end TV drama and film production and wants a slice of it. Welcome to the Canon EOS C700.
Spy in the Wild is the latest version of the ‘spy cam’ series of wildlife programmes that started almost 20 years ago