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2006

March ’06 Archives

  • Tsotsi
  • Neil Young: Heart of Gold
  • ASC Close-Up: M. David Mullen, ASC

February ’06 Archives

  • Munich
  • Gilbert Taylor, BSC, ASC Intn’l Award
  • ASC Close-Up: William A. Fraker, ASC

January ’06 Archives

  • Memoirs of a Geisha
  • Richard H. Kline, ASC, ASC Lifetime Achv’t Award
  • Woody Omens, ASC, ASC Presidents Award
  • ASC Close-Up: Ralph Woolsey, ASC
2005

December ’05 Archives

  • King Kong
  • ASC Close-Up: Ralph Woolsey, ASC

November ’05 Archives

  • Jarhead
  • ASC Close-Up: Henner Hofmann, ASC

October ’05 Archives

  • Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit
  • The Dukes of Hazzard - online exclusive
  • Filmmaker’s Forum: Dear Wendy
  • ASC Close-Up: Denis Lenoir, ASC, AFC

September ’05 Archives

  • Oliver Twist
  • ASC Close-Up: Denis Lenoir, ASC, AFC

August ’05 Archives

  • The Island
  • The Cave
  • The Devil’s Rejects - online exclusive
  • ASC Close-Up: Levie Isaacks, ASC

Star Wars: Episodes I - VI ’05 Archives

  • Complete AC coverage of the Star Wars Saga

July ’05 Archives

  • Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
  • Production Slate: Yes
  • Post Focus: Digital Intermediates with iO Film
  • ASC Close-Up: Don McCuaig, ASC

June ’05 Archives

  • Batman Begins
  • Cinderella Man
  • Star Wars: Episode III
  • Post Focus: CinemaScope55
  • Post Focus: DI Workflow
  • ASC Close-Up: Jon Fauer, ASC

May ’05 Archives

  • The Interpreter
  • ASC Close-Up: Russ Alsobrook, ASC

April ’05 Archives

  • The Ring 2
  • The Color-Space Conundrum, Part 2
  • ASC Close-Up: Isidore Mankofsky, ASC

March ’05 Archives

  • Deep Jungle
  • Tonino Delli Colli, AIC: ASC’s International Award Winner
  • ASC Close-Up: Stephen Lighthill, ASC

February ’05 Archives

  • Fred Koenekamp: ASC’s Lifetime Achievement Award Winner
  • Short Takes: Motorola Cell Phones Campaign

January ’05 Archives

  • The Aviator
  • The Color-Space Conundrum, Part 1
2004

December ’04 Archives

  • Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events
  • Ray
  • A Very Long Engagement
  • Short Takes: Northwest Airlines Ad
  • New Products & Services: Steadicam’s “Flyer”

November ’04 Archives

  • Alexander
  • Team America

October ’04 Archives

  • Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
  • Vilmos Zsigmond, ASC
  • Association of Moving Images Archivists (AMIA)

September ’04 Archives

  • Vanity Fair
    • Opening Credits
  • Two Brothers

August '04 Archives

  • 85th Anniversary Special
  • Cecil B. DeMille Assesses Cinematograpers
  • The Founding Fathers of the ASC
    • The First ASC Credit
  • American Cinematographer surveys 85 years of publication
    • Editors of AC
  • The Village
  • Collateral

June '04 Archives

  • Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

May '04 Archives

  • Van Helsing
    • Sidebar 1 - Bloodthirsty Brides
    • Sidebar 2 - Immersed in Van Helsing's World

April '04 Archives

  • Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
  • The Case for Film Dailies

March '04 Archives

  • The Passion of the Christ
  • NASCAR 3D: An Imax Experience

February '04 Archives

  • 24
  • Honoring Michael Chapman, ASC

January '04 Archives

  • The Last Samurai
  • The Return of the King
    • Sidebar: Miniatures Add Grand Scale
  • New Products - A Prized Bundle: Adobe's Video Collection

2003

December '03 Archives

  • 21 Grams
  • Metadata's Impact on "Artistic Intent"

November '03 Archives

  • Angels in America
  • Sidebar 1: A Precise Palette
  • Sidebar 2: Earthly Endeavors

October '03 Archives

  • Kill Bill
  • "Move" in Movie

September '03 Archives

  • Hero
  • Golden Years:

August '03 Archives

  • Terminator 3
  • WEB EXCLUSIVE:
    Building a Believable Blockbuster
  • Horse Power

July '03 Archives

  • The Hulk
  • 28 Days Later

June '03 Archives

  • Matrix Reloaded
  • Sunrise

May '03 Archives

  • Tribute to Conrad L. Hall, ASC
  • City of Ghosts

April '03 Archives

  • X-2
  • Digital Intermediates

March '03 Archives

  • Daredevil
  • Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
  • The West Wing

February '03 Archives

  • Chicago
  • The Music Man
  • Miracles
  • Firefly

January '03 Archives

  • Gangs of New York
  • Gangs of New York: Production Design
  • Catch Me If Can
2002 December '02 Archives
  • Lord of the Rings: The Tower Towers
  • Far From Heaven
November '02 Archives
  • Die Another Day
  • Six Feet Under
October '02 Archives
  • Red Dragon
  • Frida
September '02 Archives
  • Star Wars: Episode II, Attack of the Clones
  • Star Wars Visual Effects
  • Web-Exclusive: Stars War post-production at ILM
August '02 Archives
  • Road to Perdition
  • XXX
2000

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December '00 Archives
  • Unbreakable
  • Indies on the Internet
  • Billy Elliot
November '00 Archives
  • How the Grinch Stole Christmas
  • Emmy-Nominated Cinematographers
  • Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2

October '00 Archives
  • O Brother Where Art Thou?
  • The West Wing
September '00 Archives
  • The Cell
  • Journey of Man (IMAX 3D)
  • UK Production
August '00 Archives
  • Hollow Man
  • Chicken Run
  • Aerial Photography Overview
July '00 Archives
  • X-Men
  • Matte Painting’s Monet: Albert Whitlock
June '00 Archives
  • Gone in 60 Seconds
  • The Perfect Storm
    • ILM's Water Effects
    • Interview with Wolfgang Peterson
May '00 Archives
  • Gladiator
    • Production Design
    • Interview with Ridley Scott
April '00 Archives
  • The Ninth Gate
March '00 Archives
  • Mission to Mars
February '00 Archives
  • Titus
January '00 Archives
  • Any Given Sunday
1999

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December '99 Archives
  • Sleepy Hollow
  • Lost Souls
November'99 Archives
  • Bringing Out the Dead
  • The Limey
  • Fight Club
October '99 Archives
  • Eyes Wide Shut
  • Kubrick's collaborators reminisce
  • A Clockwork Orange
September '99 Archives
  • Star Wars: Episode I
    • Syncing Live Action with Digital Effects
    • Hawk Anamorphic Lenses
    • Digital Film Projection
August '99 Archives
  • The Haunting
    • Kodak's PreView System
July '99 Archives
  • Wild Wild West
June '99 Archives
  • Summer of Sam
May '99 Archives
  • A Midsummer Night's Dream
April '99 Archives
  • The Matrix
    • Visual Effects
  • Chicago Hope (High Def)
  • Sundance '99
  • Eight ASC members recall the films that helped to shape their careers
March '99 Archives
  • Carlo's Wake
  • The Corruptor
  • The Deep End of The Ocean
  • Dr. Jekell and Mr. Hyde
  • AC celebrates the cinematic brilliance of Giuseppe Rotunno, ASC, AIC
  • Digital Domain helps AC update an historic image
  • Best-Shot Films: 1894-1949
  • Best-Shot Films: 1950-1997
  • Your Top 50 selections from the past five decades of film history
  • David Samuelson's personal survey of seminal technical developments
  • Historic Reprints
    • Ernst Lubitsch offers a director's take on cameramen (1929)
    • Freddie Young, FRPS compares the American and British film industries (1939)
    • A legendry cinematographer's well-wrought retort (1945)
    • Leon Shamroy, ASC proves he's forward-thinking (1947)
    • Joseph Ruttenberg, ASC, BSC travels "across the pond" (1950)
    • Charles G. Clarke, ASC defines the craft (1967)
    • Jordan Cronenweth, ASC goes back to the future (1982)
February '99 Archives
  • The Thin Red Line
  • ASC honors Vilmos Zigmond with 1998 Lifetime Achievement Award
  • Three Seasons
  • Panavision's depth-defying Frazier Lens
  • Felicity
  • Production Slate
    • The Red Violin
    • Virus
January '99 Archives
  • Star Trek: Insurrection
    • Effecting an Insurection
    • Trekkies
  • The Art of Filming Dangerously
  • A Civil Action
  • War Zone
  • In Search of Kundun With Martin Scorsese
  • Production Slate
    • El Cid
    • The Third Annual International Documentary Congress
1998

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December '98 Archives
  • Playing by Heart
  • A Simple Plan
  • 1998 Visual Effects Review
    • Saving Private Ryan (web-extended)
    • Godzilla
    • Dr. Dolittle
    • Practical Magic
    • Small Soldiers (web-exclusive)
  • King Cobra
  • Still Photography by Cinematographers
    • Web-exclusive bonus images
  • The Wizard of Oz
    • Historical
    • Restoration (special viewer)
  • Production Slate
    • Elizabeth
    • Image of an Assasination: A New Look at the Zapruder Film
November '98 Archives
  • Velvet Goldmine
  • What Dreams May Come
  • What Dreams May Come FX
    • Special Effects Viewers
  • Pleasantville
  • Great Director/Cinematographer collaborations
  • Overview of Special Lab Processes
    • Special Film Processing Effects Viewer
  • Production Slate
    • Affliction
    • Hold Me Tight
October '98 Archives
  • Ronin
    • Robert Fraisse E-mail Q&A
  • Rounders
  • 1998's Emmy Award-nominated cinematographers
    • Sidebar: 1998 Emmy Engineering Awards
  • Buddy Faro, television
  • Law & Order, television
  • A Soldier's Daughter, independent
September '98 Archives
  • Without Limits
  • Love Is the Devil
  • Touch of Evil, historical
  • Ralph Lauren Ad Campaign, Sheila Metzner and Curtis Clark, ASC, commercials
  • Ralph Koesterman and Paula Walker create music videos and commercials
  • Video techniques viable for film post
  • Fuel Design and Production Studio, commercials
August '98 Archives
  • Saving Private Ryan
    • Kaminski's Photography
    • Spielberg Q&A
  • Snake Eyes
  • The Exorcist, historical
  • Floria Sigismondi, commercials
  • Gerald Casale of Devo, music video
  • Nike World Cup commercial
July '98 Archives
  • Armageddon
  • The X-Files feature
  • Los Angeles Independent Film Festival
  • In a Lonely Place, historical
  • Brooklyn South, television
June '98 Archives
  • Bulworth
  • The Truman Show
  • Godzilla
    • On-line exclusive: Creature designer Patrick Tatopoulos
    • On-line exclusive: Redesigning Godzilla
  • A Town Has Turned to Dust
  • Not a Love Song
  • ASC and Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences cinematography awards
  • Video versus Print dailies
  • Hollywood Local 728 presents a new educational program for lighting technicians
  • Steadicam father and son team
Wrap Shot Archives

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