Cinematography : Developing a relationship with the Director by Jack Ritter

Jack Ritter

Developing a relationship with the Director

This years biggest cinematographers talk about their relationship to the director. It's funny that no matter your role on a set, there is your craft and then there's an equally important part of the job which is making yourself a pleasure to work with. Check it out! http://filmescape.com/videos#!mg_ld=2804

Shawn Speake

Thanks for the link, Jack! That site is no joke. Serious intel! … Hope you're doing well.

Amanda Toney

Love FilmEscape. GREAT site. Thanks Jack!

Shrirang Nargund

great link, thanks!

David Landau

Set chemistry is what gains employment and recommendations. if you are so talented an artist that no one else can match what you do - or rather have convinced others that's true - , then you can act however you want and get away with it. But working with people is the best talent to have. If you have to spend several hours, days or weeks with the same small group of people, you better get along with them or else you'll end up living a reality TV show. They're only fun to watch.

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