DP Brian Bradley has completed production on “Sing of the Whale”. Clocking in at under 20 minutes, visually and story structure wise this film stands on it’s own as a preview of what could be a full blown feature, given support and funding.
These cinematographers’ work is brilliant, powerful, inspiring, and all too often thankless. They, as well as many others, have taken the bare bones of a film and dressed it in dazzling aesthetic energy, have taken light and shaped it in ways never before seen, have taken a lens and captured not only stunning images, but our imaginations as well.
Cinematographer Shane Hurlbut, A.S.C., and AMC have joined forces for the highly-anticipated show Into the Badlands, shot on EPIC DRAGON and WEAPON®. The series is an adaption of the 16th century novel by Wu Cheng’en entitled, “Journey to the West,” and follows a martial artist and his companion as they search for enlightenment in a territory controlled by feudal barons.
Sure, black and white may be most associated with older films — films made before color was an option. Even after color stocks became the norm, however, directors and cinematographers continued to choose to shoot some projects in black and white.