This week on the podcast we are sitting down with cinematographer Jonathan Furmanski to discuss his most recent work on Life & Beth.
Jonathan was previously on the show back in Episode #173 and he is back again today to talk about his process, working during the pandemic, and how his approach is constantly evolving.
Be sure to check out the trailer below and follow along with Jonathan's work via Instagram.
The New Course - It Is Almost Here
Behind the scenes for the last few months I have been gathering up all the material necessary for the newest course from WDP.
A Cinematography System: The Playbook Approach will be LIVE in the next few days. I'll be sending out emails with further info very shortly.
I wanted to share a system I have been working on over the past few years and one that has helped me level up my knowledge and capabilities recently. I am very excited to get the course out in the wild and it should be live this Thursday.
If you are a Patreon supporter be sure to be on the look out for announcements and don't miss out on the discount window.
I think this is the best material I've ever created for understanding cinematography the way I do and I can't wait to get it out in the wild.
As always I appreciate the support!
Patreon Breakdown - Where the Wild Things Are
Where the Wild Things Are shot by Lance Accord is the subject of this week's Patreon Breakdown.
It is always fun going back to revisit films from the near past and this one doesn't disappoint. Lots of interesting choices and fun to see just how far tastes have changed since this film was released.
To watch the video click the link below:
Featured Guest - Cinematographer Jonathan Furmanski
Website: Jonathan Furmanski