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Digital Cinematography on “Café Society” by Vittorio Storaro

The film “Café Society” was Vittorio Storaro’s first real experience in digital capture. Analyzing the process and different aspects of digital cinematography, he has written this article based on his observations and recent lectures. Topics include: The idea, Location Scouting, Importance of Light, Technical Tests of Camera and Lenses, DIT, Video Control, Composition, Dailies, DI, Distribution, Preservation,  and Love of the Art of Cinematography. read more…

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“Cafe Society” opens July 15

“Cafe Society” opens in the US this Friday, July 15. It should be seen twice. First for the story, acting and directing. The second time for the art of the cinematography. Every frame a Rembrandt…er…a Storaro. The cinematography is spectacular. Although Vittorio will be the first to say that the most important thing in a film is the idea (story, concept), his cinematography is like watching  paintings that move. read more…

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Café Society Screening and Storaro at Cine Gear

7/17/16 – 7/21/16
Woody Allen's "Cafe Society": Introduced by Vittorio Storaro

Cine Gear 2016 at Paramount Studios 7pm – 10 pm in Paramount Theater Screening of Woody Allen’s Café Society, which opened at Cannes a couple of weeks ago. Vittorio Storaro, ASC, AIC will talk about the film, Discussion moderated by Jon Fauer, ASC and Sony’s Peter Crithary. Admission to Cine Gear attendees. Storaro Lecture on Saturday and Master Class at USC… read more…