ISSUE 79 – September 2018

 

LADIES IN BLACK

Peter James ACS ASC is known for his work on Meet the Parents, Mao’s Last Dancer, Double Jeopardy, Driving Miss Daisy and Black Robe. James is a proud accredited member of the Australian Cinematographers Society and American Society of Cinematographers, as well as being a voting member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and four-time recipient of the ACS Milli Award for Cinematographer of the Year. The much-anticipated Ladies in Black marks the thirteenth collaboration between the cinematographer and legendary Australian director Bruce Beresford. By Velinda Wardell ACS and Meredith Emmanuel.

MYSTERY ROAD

Detective Jay Swan is assigned to investigate the mysterious disappearance of two mention a remote Outback cattle station. Come behind-the-scenes on the ABC’s compellingMystery Road series with cinematographer Mark Wareham ACS. By James Cunningham.

ISLAND OF THE HUNGRY GHOSTS

Christmas Island’s migrating crabs and political detainees intersect in cinematic fashion for the
Tribeca Film Festival’s Best Documentary Award-winner Island of the Hungry Ghosts,
shot by acclaimed cinematographer Michael Latham. By James Cunningham.

PIN CUSHION

A mother hopes that a move to a new town will provide a better life for both herself and her
awkward daughter. Nicola Daley ACS is behind the lens on the heart-warming, complex
mother-daughter study Pin Cushion. By Harry Stranger and Meredith Emmanuel.

WEST OF SUNSHINE

A father has less than one day to pay back a debt to a violent loan shark, while looking after his young son. We speak to cinematographer Thom Neal about shooting the moving new Australian drama West of Sunshine .By Vanessa Abbott.

CHASING COMETS

Wagga Wagga is an iconic Australian country town that loves its sport, but finds itself divided over its loyalty for rival codes AFL and NRL. With only three weeks pre-production prior to a four-week shoot, Adam Howden ACS skillfully lenses the new Australian feature film Chasing Comets starring Dan Ewing and Isabel Lucas. By Slade Phillips and James Cunningham.