Literally in the Trenches: Analyzing the Camerawork on “1917”
"The dance of the camera and the mechanics all had to be in sync with what the actor was doing," explains “1917” director Sam...
“1917:” How Sam Mendes and Roger Deakins Made Their “One-Shot” War Epic
Delivering a visceral, uninterrupted cinematic experience, the legendary cinematographer breaks new ground in Mendes’ World War I feature.
Why It Was All Worth It: Watch These Scenes from “1917”
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Watch: How the “Continuous Shot” Epic “1917” Was Planned and Produced
Inside Roger Deakins and Sam Mendes' cinematic ingenuity
“The Camera Writes:” Cinematographers Discuss the Year’s Biggest Films
Rodrigo Prieto, Roger Deakins, Caleb Deschanel, Robert Richardson, César Charlone and Natasha Braier gather for The Hollywood Reporter’s annual Cinematographer Roundtable.
A Brief History of “One-Shot” Films (No Film School)
"The one-shot method is arguably at its best when it’s used to immerse viewers in realistic stories with high emotional stakes."