OKA! / Conrad W. Hall

, Episode #30

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American Cinematographer's Jean Oppenheimer hosts a wide-ranging discussion with Conrad W. Hall about the challenges and happy accidents of shooting OKA! in a remote pygmy village in the Central African forest. He details his approach to lighting the film, attempting to capture the natural beauty of the people and the locale with a limited equipment package, as well as working with the local Bayaka tribe as both actors and crew.

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