Anthony Dod Mantle is an award-winning British cinematographer. In 2009 he won an Oscar for best achievement in cinematography for Slumdog Millionaire. He won a Bafta for the same film and his other credits include Rush, 28 Days Later, 127 Hours and The Last King of Scotland.Read More»
BAFTA Scotland will showcase the winning films for Best Factual and Fiction from this years New Talent Awards.
Awards in 2014 showcased a variety of talent over several mediums. These are the winners of Best Factual and Fiction from the awards which will be shown at the Invernes Film Festival.Read More»
Golden Island International Film Festival Announces Film Programme Featuring ‘Finding Family’ & ‘Dead Cat’
The Golden Island International Film Festival, in partnership with Creditwest Bank, has revealed the exciting programme for the inaugural festival to be held in Cyprus.
Over the course of 7 days and nights, the festival will screen over 50 features, documentaries and shorts across 5 venues including extended Q & A’s with many guests from the films. The festival will also highlight the cinema of Cyprus with a dedicated strand as well as handing out awards for Best Short Fiction, Best Documentary and Best Newcomer within the Cyprus cinema strand.Read More»
Our feature, double BHFFNYC and BAFTA award-winning documentary, ”Finding Family” premiered at this year’s Festival of Tolerance – JFF Zagreb which was dedicated to the 20th anniversary of Schindler’s List. Festival symbolically started with a video message and greeting by Stephen Spielberg in which he addressed President of the festival Mr Bruno Lusting and film festival guests.Read More»
I am sure many readers will think this blog should have been written ages ago or in fact I am sure someone else has written it. For the last few years, as most filmmakers I have used the 5Dmk2 then mk3 DSLR’s for most production and cinematography work and will probably keep both DSLR’s as there is just something ‘special’ about the 5D image that I really love.Read More»