When movie superstar Tom Cruise signed on to The Mummy 2017, major changes happened; one of those was the actioning of a huge zero-gravity sequence
2017 marks 100 years since August Arnold and Robert Richter rented a small former shoemaker’s store in Munich and set up shop as a film technology firm
A Cure for Wellness is a beautifully made movie that uses all that cinema is good at to play with your mind and assault your senses, gradually leading you on a downwards spiral of graphic horror
In an exclusive article, head DOP Ben Joiner explains what has changed and why in shooting Amazon’s The Grand Tour.
Shooting the movie of the real life events that inspired Moby Dick was never going to be easy, DoP Anthony Dod-Mantle re-visits the watery depths the production had to go to for In The Heart Of The Sea.
Critics have called it restrained, low key even but maybe that is a comparative stance because most of them have lauded the movie as above all beautiful to look at.
When digital video cameras first appeared their makers hoped that the everyman promise of digital would propel them in to all camera markets.
Prime Focus World’s senior stereo supervisor Richard Baker reveals how the team worked with Fusion Studio to bring the miniature universe of Marvel’s latest superhero blockbuster to life.
ADAM GARSTONE manages to visit Ancient Rome, central London and the streets of New York without leaving Bulgaria. It's film making East European style!
Twice nominated for an Academy Award, Seamus McGarvey is one of the most in-demand cinematographers working today.
Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron, helmed by Joss Whedon and lensed by British cinematographer Ben Davis (Guardians of the Galaxy), has grossed more than $900 million in box offices worldwide.
Mad Max: Fury Road is the fourth movie in writer/director George Miller’s post-apocalyptic action franchise and a prequel to the first three.