As Eastman Kodak remains firmly entrenched in the tight grip of Chapter 11 bankruptcy, the iconic photography company remains resolute in searching for any and all avenues of cost cutting in the hopes of one day returning to the road of profitability. Last month, it was the discontinuation of their digital camera business. Today, it’s the cancellation of their naming rights associated with the Kodak Theater, the home of the Academy Awards for the last decade.
Christopher Nolan and Wally Pfister Talk About the Making of Inception – What Every Aspiring Director and DP Should See
Winner of four Academy Awards including Best Cinematography, Best Sound Editing, Best Sound Mixing, and Best Visual Effects, Christopher Nolan’s Inception took the 2010 calendar film year by storm. Nolan, along side the talents of renowned cinematographer Wally Pfister, managed to create one of the most intelligent and thought provoking sci-fi thrillers in some time.
Below, Nolan and Pfister took time to talk about the tremendous effort needed from pre to post production on one of 2010′s most memorable films. Aspiring directors and DP’s shouldn’t miss the remarkable incite given from two of the most respected figures in filmmaking.
The making of Inception
Interview with cinematographer Wally Pfister