ISSUE 86 – June 2020


From New Zealand director Niki Caro MNZM (Whale Rider), and Australian cinematographer
Mandy Walker ACS ASC (Hidden Figures), a young Chinese maiden (Liu Yifei) disguises herself as a male warrior in order to save her father and fight for her country in Disney’s live-action epic Mulan.


A brave-hearted girl and her charming best friend make a bewitching pair as they embark on a musical mission to take down an oppressive school system. The visuals of Melanie Martinez’ epic K-12 have been expertly crafted by cinematographer Josh Mckie.


The hit Netflix series Dead to Me stars Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini as grieving women who bond during therapy. Season two returns with Australian cinematographer Toby Oliver ACS behind the camera.


The devastation of dementia is translated into a haunted house horror film in Natalie Erika James’ new film Relic, from cinematographer Charlie Sarroff.

9-1-1: LONE STAR

Starring Rob Lowe, 9-1-1: Lone Star follows a New York firefighter who relocates to Austin, Texas. The hit new television series on Fox is shot by Australian cinematographer Andrew Strahorn.


Australian cinematographer Nicola Daley ACS (Pin Cushion) collaborates with Alan Caso ASC on Paradise Lost. The ten-episode series, from Paramount Television Studios, represents a monumental step for both Daley and Caso. The duo interview each other upon the series’ completion about working with each other and about crew diversity.