Lost in Time: How the Cinematography of “The Lighthouse” Evokes the 19th Century
Shot on outdated 35mm film stock using the Panavision Millennium XL2, augmented with vintage Baltar lenses, cinematographer Jarin Blaschke crafts a moody, jagged black-and-white...
The Movie Is Opening Wide. The Screen Is Changing Shape. (The New York Times)
Digital projection has added aspect ratio as another narrative tool in a filmmaker's toolbox.
“The Lighthouse” Cinematographer Jarin Blaschke on Natural Lighting and the Devolution of Film Language (The Film Stage)
“Whatever your response to Robert Eggers’ polarizing The Lighthouse, the visual bedrock established by director of photography Jarin Blaschke has been so consistent a point...