Clubhouse Conversations — Homecoming Season 2

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Cinematographer Jas Shelton discusses his camerawork in Season 2 of this Amazon Prime Video psychological thriller with interviewer Charlie Lieberman, ASC. 

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The first season of Homecoming was based on a podcast of the same name created by Eli Horowitz and Micah Bloomberg. Season 2 of this suspense drama deviates from the podcast and features a new story with mostly new characters. It follows Jackie (Janelle Monáe) after she wakes up to find herself floating in a boat in a lake with no memory of who she is or how she ended up there.

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Born in Texas, Shelton served as an electrician and gaffer before shooting the comedy drama feature Cyrus. He followed this by photographing the comedies Keanu, The House and Like a Boss. His television credits include Dating Rules from My Future Self, Togetherness and the pilot of Jean-Claude Van Johnson.

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A native of Chicago, Lieberman is a self-taught cinematographer who learned on the job while shooting documentaries, shorts and industrial films before photographing his first feature, the horror classic Henry: Portrait of A Serial Killer. After relocating to Los Angeles, he began working in television, shooting a series of stand-out network series, including My So-Called Life, Once and Again, Joan of Arcadia and Heroes. He is also the chair of the ASC Photo Gallery committee.

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