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“Sully” is Tom Hanks at his heroic best

Yesterday, I got the chance to finally take a look at Clint Eastwood and Tom Hanks’ collaboration Sully. The film is quite good, showcasing both heavyweights at peak skill. This week could have been a pretty barren one, but Sully saves it, just like he did all of the passengers[...]

ASC Salutes Morgan Freeman

BY BOB FISHER Morgan Freeman will be in the spotlight during the 24th Annual American Society of Cinematographers Outstanding Achievement Awards celebration Saturday evening (February 27th) at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles. The venerable actor will receive the ASC Board of Directors Award. The cinematographers reserve[...]

Tom Stern’s Role in “Invictus”

Acting and most other roles in the collaborative art of filmmaking are at least as old as the ancient Greek theater. Cinematograpy is an exception. The word traces its roots to the dawn of the industry during the 1890s when the Lumiere brothers in France invented a combination motion picture[...]