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There are a million and one ways to tell a story, and twice as many stories to tell. Whether it's a comedy, romance, noir, horror, or sci-fi, the look of a film has a major role in determining and defining the tone. But does the visual style define genre or does genre dictate visual style? The collaboration of directors and cinematographers results in the ability to capture and convey narrative through the use of shadow, darkness, and light. The gasp of fear or a feeling of nostalgia can be achieved by a gel on a lens or the framing of the scene. Join writer/director Lee Isaac Chung (Lucky Life), writer/director Jacob Tierney (The Trotsky), Jon Kilik (producer of Babel and The Diving Bell and the Butterfly), cinematographers Nancy Schreiber(Every Day, Lance Acord (Where the Wild Things Are, Lost in Translation), and Ellen Kuras (Blow, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind)in a discussion that proves there is always more than meets the eye. Moderated by Filmmaker Magazine's Brandon Harris.
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