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Sundance 2018

Sundance 2018

Despite a rampaging flu, the mood was feisty at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. On this first anniversary of Trump’s inauguration, women rallied with #TimesUp signs, panelists wrestled with hot-button issues, and many of the 123 features seemed lifted from Page One, addressing such topics as sexual abuse, Russian propaganda, police misconduct, and immigration. Though lacking a clear commercial break-out, the festival had a strong roster of character-driven fare—its strength and through-line since its inception. American Cinematographer had its team out in full force, scouting for films worthy of note in terms of visual artistry. Here’s a few of the titles that featured exemplary cinematography.

Titles I covered:

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I Think We're Alone Now
Cinematographer by Reed Morano, directed by Reed Morano


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Skate Kitchen
Cinematography by Shabier Kirchner, directed by Crystal Moselle


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We the Animals
Cinematography by Zak Mulligan, directed by Jeremiah Zagar


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American Animals
Cinematography by Ole Bratt Birkeland, directed by Bart Layton


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Nancy
Cinematography by Zoë White, directed by Christina Choe

Women Who Shoot

Women Who Shoot

Winter Wines

Winter Wines