Cinematographer Ed Lachman talks about shooting on film the movie “Carol.”

Exclusive to Cooke TV, Ed Lachman gives us an insightful look at how he filmed ‘Carol’ for which he is Oscar and BAFTA nominated this year. He discusses the decision to shoot on 16mm film, researching street photographers with collaborator Todd Haynes and key lighting decisions he used on the film.

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Thanks to the British Society of Cinematographers (BSC).

Filmed with a Sony FS100 and Sigma 18-35, 1.8 Lens.

Produced by ImageNova.

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