V Renee at No Film School discusses how cinematography and editing are used to convey a character’s thoughts and solve mysteries in the hit BBC show Sherlock. Included is a video essay by Evan Puschak of Nerdwriter that explains how different editing techniques are used to put together the story like pieces of a puzzle.
Also included: the best description of Benedict Cumberbatch’s voice ever.
Full article and video essay here: How ‘Sherlock’ Masterfully Solves Mysteries Using Cinematography and Editing
Charles Haine at No Film School shares some secrets to being a great cinematographer and how one of the many overlooked and underappreciated responsibilities of the cinematographer is to “invent needed tools”.
Read the full article here: To Be a Great Cinematographer You’ve Got to be a Great Inventor
Jon Fusco at No Film School uses the films Amelie and Inside Llewyn Davis to discuss the filmmaking techniques of Oscar-nominated cinematographer Bruno Delbonnel.
See the full video and article here: DP Bruno Delbonnel
Baptiste Charles-Aubert at Raindance ranked the top ten films that changed the cinematography game and how the directors worked their magic.
Full article here: 10 Films That Broke the Rules of Cinematography