John Bailey, ASC
Nothing But A Man: A Movie for All Seasons
When it premiered in 2013 at London’s Southbank Centre, the American racial drama Nothing But A Man was a critical sensation. But this still little-known landmark film was made more than 55 years ago, shot in the heart of the South in the early 1960s by director Michael Roemer and cinematographer Robert M. Young.
Future of Cinematography: Past as Prologue
How days gone by and great artists of their time embraced and anticipated change, and how our technical and creative landscape challenges us today.