Cinematographer

Cinematic Immunity Launches Season 2

Cinematic Immunity Launches Season 2

After a long hiatus, Cinematic Immunity launches for another round of great interviews and brand new content.  This year, we tackle independent film distribution and sales, VFX in the modern world and a host of other topics as we continue to sit down with entertainment veterans from across the range of crafts that work in the entertainment industry.

Starting this Thursday, May 5th, Cinqo de Mayo, we are releasing a brand new episode, picking up where we left off with Visual Effects Cinematographer Christopher Lee Warren.  We recorded this interview with the intention of releasing it nearly two years ago and are excited to bring you a blast from the past.  Louis and Bryan will be back the following week to check in and catch everyone up with something brand new.

Meanwhile, stay tuned into Cinematic Immunity on Social Media. We are posting new links and content all the time.

You Think They'll Have That on the Tour?

You Think They'll Have That on the Tour?

When legendary cinematographer, Dean Cundey, stopped by Cinematic Immunity to tell us about his impressive career in filmmaking, he had so many great stories that we couldn't contain it all in one episode!

On Tuesday, September 16, 2014, hear the behind the scenes stories from the making of "Who Framed Roger Rabbit," the "Back to the Future" trilogy, "Apollo 13," and more, in part two of our interview with Dean Cundeay, A.S.C.. 

Catching that Wind as it Blows

Catching that Wind as it Blows

He operated cameras on features and episodic television shows for well over a decade. High lights were HBO's 'Sex and the City' series and Craig Brewer's indy, 'Hustle and Flow'. "Operating is often the best job on the set!" In recent years he has served as the Director of Photography on 'Law and Order:SVU', CBS's 'A Gifted Man' and many other productions in New York City. Join us on Tuesday, July 15th as we sit down with Tom Weston on Cinematic Immunity.

I Want him in the Games until he Dies Playing!

I Want him in the Games until he Dies Playing!

Bruce Logan's love of imagery paid off when he was hired by Stanley Kubrick to work under Douglas Trumbull on 2001: A Space Odyssey. He came to California in 1968 and worked as a DP on over a dozen films, including: Star Wars, Star Trek, Airplane, Tron, Firefox, The Incredible Shrinking Woman, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and Batman Forever.