Veteran cinematographer Vittorio Storaro speaks extensively to Film and Digital Times about shooting his first digital film, Woody Allen’s Café Society (Allen’s first digital film as well) on the Sony F65.
“I really wanted the style of the film to underline the different sections of the story, each one in a very specific way, and to maintain an overall cinematography style: mine,” he says. “At first, the transition to a new medium can be difficult and different from the one we use to. We should work with our creativity to make the best images possible with any material.”
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