DPs and Directors discuss how different lenses can affect mood, shape perspective, and provoke a response in audience members.
Panelists include Jim McKinney – DP / Cam Op (Beacon Point, The Products of the American Ghetto / Ozark, The 12 Lives of Sissy Carlyle, The Phenom); Chris Anthony Hamilton – Director (ATLFF Film Something Bigger, Broken Branches); Alfeo Dixon – DP (ATLFF Film Something Bigger, Broken Branches); Geoff Shotz – Director / Cam Op (Vampire Diaries / Dynasty, Bent, Touch); Philip Wages – DP (ATLFF Film Still).
Moderated by Larry Robertson – DP & ATLFF Founder.
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