New July Issue Features TV Production and Visualizing Sci-Fi

This edition offers a special focus on television and streaming series, including Bridgerton, Star Trek: Discovery, The Boys and Snowpiercer.
At top, on our cover, Martins Imhangbe portrays Will Mondrich on Bridgerton. At left is series cinematographer Jeffrey Jur, ASC. (Photos by Liam Daniel, courtesy of Netflix).

Our new July 2021 issue of AC is now available to our digital subscribers as print copies are in the mail. This edition offers a special focus on television and streaming series. Here’s a look at this month’s slate:

  • LED walls and virtual production for TV and streaming shows. Featured series include Station 19, shot by Daryn Okada, ASC — with the support of Sam Nicholson, ASC and the LED walls at his Stargate Studios. Also covered is the in-camera visual-effects component of the upcoming Season 4 of Star Trek: Discovery.

  • Crescenzo Notarile, ASC, AIC’s work on Season 3 of Star Trek: Discovery, plus a special section on the cinematographer and some of his early projects.
  • Cinematographers Dan Stoloff (The Boys) and John Grillo (Snowpiercer) on shooting sci-fi.

  • ASC members Checco Varese, Xavier Grobet and Suki Medencevic discuss their work on the horror anthology series Them.

  • Five cinematographers share their motivations and preferred techniques that have given distinctive flavors to their respective TV productions. Included are Jeffrey Jur, ASC (Bridgerton); Todd A. Dos Reis, ASC (Rebel); Romain Lacourbas, ASC, AFC (ZeroZeroZero); Nicole Hirsch Whitaker (Jupiter’s Legacy); and David Rom (Ted Lasso).
  • Shot Craft: Society members Patti Lee and Gary Baum on shooting multi-camera television series.

  • Short Takes: Cinematographer Katharine White and director Foster Wilson on the short-form production Dame.

  • In Memoriam: AC honors the life and work of Isidore Mankofsky, ASC.

  • Clubhouse News: Canon’s Larry Thorpe reflects on his career; the ASC welcomes new members Romain Lacourbas, Boris Mojsovski and Richard Vialet; ASC Clubhouse Conversations wins Telly Award.

  • Wrap Shot: A-camera operator (and future ASC member) Lowell Peterson and crew on the set of the 1987 pilot for Star Trek: The Next Generation.

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