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  • Cinematographer Jeff Cronenweth Discusses His Work On “Gone Girl”

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    BY: Marjorie Galas Cinematographer Jeff Cronenweth used the new Epic Dragon camera to shoot “Gone Girl.” It was shot in 6K – a format cinemas currently lack the ability to project. His visual and technical guidance was crucial to the development of a new workflow, created by Light Iron, which accommodated the advanced data and prepared…

     

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  • Light Iron Takes “Gone Girl” Into The Future

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    BY: Marjorie Galas Light Iron wanted to do more than manage the production workflow on David Fincher’s “Gone Girl.” They wanted to take “Gone Girl” into the future. At an invite-only panel held at Hollywood’s Arclight Cinema Wednesday, October 15th “Gone Girl Found 6K” explored the choices behind the camera equipment and edit systems that…

     

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  • Video: Visions Of Oscar With Jeff Cronenweth, ASC

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    In a rare one-on-one, Jeff Cronenweth, ASC shares his point of view and experiences as one of the most sought after collaborators. Cronenweth is nominated for an Academy Award in Cinematography for the second time in two years for his work on David Fincher’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, following last year’s nod for…

     

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  • Ten Minutes With: “The Social Network” Cinematographer Jeff Cronenweth

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    Jeff Cronenweth is a veteran of David Fincher films, having worked a number of positions.  He was the camera operator on “Seven,” the second unit director of photography on “The Game,” and the cinematographer on “Fight Club” and “The Social Network.”  Working once again as cinematographer for the man Cronenweth calls “our generation’s Orson Wells,”…

     

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