Online Interview Series Features Filmmakers Discussing the Art and Craft of Visual Storytelling
The American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) resumes its popular Clubhouse Conversations series this month, featuring insightful interviews with leading filmmakers discussing their creative process. The online video conversations highlight a wide array of award-contending productions. Moderated by ASC members, the in-depth discussions explore the cinematographer’s experience, and, in some instances, include their collaborators.
For more than 100 years, the ASC’s mission has been to advance the art of cinematography. Clubhouse Conversations are one of several outreach initiatives by the society to connect filmmakers and fans of cinematography with some of the top creative visual talent in the industry.
This new season of Clubhouse Conversations kicks off on December 28 with a look at the making of the controversial documentary “The Dissident” with director of photography Jake Swantko and director Bryan Fogel. The two previously collaborated on the Oscar-winning documentary “Icarus”.
The initial lineup – with more to come – is expected to include:
A venerable group of award-winning ASC members will conduct the discussions, including Rodrigo Prieto, Lawrence Sher, Eric Steelberg, Buddy Squires, David Mullen, James Laxton, Patti Lee, Armando Salas, John Bailey, Richard Crudo, and Amy Vincent, among others.
Clubhouse Conversations will run December 2020 through April 2021. Episodes will go live as they are produced, with a scheduled release of one to three per week.
Guests and moderators are subject to change based on availability.
To watch the most recent episodes of Clubhouse Conversations, visit the American Cinematographer website here.