Indiewire talks to Under the Skin cinematographer Daniel Landin about how he shot the covert film, which involved a proprietary camera developed just for the shoot.
Says Landin, “Preceding the shoot, we explored the possibility of using very small cameras. What was available to us was either not small enough or not good quality enough. As a result, we ended up developing our own camera which enabled us to record very high quality raw data on a very small camera. Initially, that took the form of putting Scarlett inside the van which she drives with 8 cameras hidden within that van. So she could drive into any situation without it appearing that there was any kind of filming process going on.”
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