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This month’s issue features an impressive array of coverage, including:

• Our cover story on the production of streaming content such as For All Mankind (Apple TV Plus; shot by Ross Berryman, ASC, ACS and Stephen McNutt, ASC, CSC) and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Amazon Studios; M. David Mullen, ASC), Dummy (Quibi; Catherine Goldschmidt) and The Fugitive (Quibi; Peter Levy, ASC, ACS)as well as work by Timur Civan, an L.A.-based cinematographer who shoots content for such luxury clients as Dior, Tom Ford, Louis Vuitton and Tiffany & Co.

• John Conroy, ISC discusses the “anti-noir” Showtime spinoff series Penny Dreadful: City of Angels.

• Richard Crudo, ASC interviews Adriano Goldman, ASC, ABC, BSC about his work on the acclaimed Netflix period drama The Crown.

Shooting a lunar-surface sequence For All Mankind on Stage 27 at Sony Pictures Studios.
Adriano Goldman, ASC, ABC, BSC directs the positioning of a bounce card for the show’s first episode, “Wolferton Splash,” in which Elizabeth II (Claire Foy) weds Prince Philip (Matt Smith).
From left, Owen Roizman, ASC; director William Friedkin and actor Jason Miller block a shot while filming The Exorcist.

• In the retrospective “’70s Cinema in AC,” we continue our decade-by-decade review of American Cinematographer’s 100 years of coverage, focusing on one of cinema history’s most celebrated eras, featuring Owen Roizman, ASC (The Exorcist); Haskell Wexler, ASC (Medium Cool); Bill Butler, ASC (Jaws) and Conrad L. Hall, ASC (Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid).

This June issue also includes an ASC Close-Up profile on Markus Förderer, ASC, BVK; a Shotcraft piece on handling unemployment; a feature on the music video “Adventure” (shot by ASC Student Heritage Award winner Emmett Sutherland) and much more.

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