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Oscar-winning director Ron Howard talks about directing his first documentary, Rebuilding Paradise, about the devastating Camp fire that completely wiped out the town of Paradise, California. The film follows the people in community over time as they deal with the tragedy and begin rebuilding. Directing a documentary was a new experience for Ron, and he felt a personal connection to the town. Director of photography Lincoln Else worked closely with Ron and the Imagine production team, and developed a unified visual language for Rebuilding Paradise that he communicated with the other shooters.

Oscar-winning director Ron Howard talks about directing his first documentary, Rebuilding Paradise, about the devastating Camp fire that completely wiped out the town of Paradise, California. The film follows the people in community over time as they deal with the tragedy and begin rebuilding. Directing a documentary was a new experience for Ron, and he felt a personal connection to the town. Director of photography Lincoln Else worked closely with Ron and the Imagine production team, and developed a unified visual language for Rebuilding Paradise that he communicated with the other shooters.

Oscar-winning director Ron Howard talks about directing his first documentary, Rebuilding Paradise, about the devastating Camp fire that completely wiped out the town of Paradise, California. The film follows the people in community over time as they deal with the tragedy and begin rebuilding. Directing a documentary was a new experience for Ron, and he felt a personal connection to the town. Director of photography Lincoln Else worked closely with Ron and the Imagine production team, and developed a unified visual language for Rebuilding Paradise that he communicated with the other shooters.

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World-renowned director of photography Greig Fraser grew up in Australia, working as a still photographer before he moved into cinematography. Greig's most recently completed project is The Mandalorian, which recently earned him an Emmy nomination. He also shot Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, which to him was a big deal as a Star Wars fan. Grieg also discusses his work on the 2016 film, Lion, for which he received an Oscar nomination for Best Cinematography.

World-renowned director of photography Greig Fraser grew up in Australia, working as a still photographer before he moved into cinematography. Greig's most recently completed project is The Mandalorian, which recently earned him an Emmy nomination. He also shot Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, which to him was a big deal as a Star Wars fan. Grieg also discusses his work on the 2016 film, Lion, for which he received an Oscar nomination for Best Cinematography.

World-renowned director of photography Greig Fraser grew up in Australia, working as a still photographer before he moved into cinematography. Greig's most recently completed project is The Mandalorian, which recently earned him an Emmy nomination. He also shot Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, which to him was a big deal as a Star Wars fan. Grieg also discusses his work on the 2016 film, Lion, for which he received an Oscar nomination for Best Cinematography.

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In this super-sized War Stories Special, we feature eleven of our guest's harrowing, hilarious or heartwarming stories of an experience they had while on set or when starting out in the film industry. Find full interviews with each of our featured cinematographers in our archives.

In this super-sized War Stories Special, we feature eleven of our guest's harrowing, hilarious or heartwarming stories of an experience they had while on set or when starting out in the film industry. Find full interviews with each of our featured cinematographers in our archives.

In this super-sized War Stories Special, we feature eleven of our guest's harrowing, hilarious or heartwarming stories of an experience they had while on set or when starting out in the film industry. Find full interviews with each of our featured cinematographers in our archives.

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Director Ron Howard and DP Lincoln Else on the documentary Rebuilding Paradise

Greig Fraser, ASC, ACS on The Mandalorian, Lion, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and more

War Stories Vol. 3: Tales from the Set featuring Laura Merians Gonçalves, Seamus McGarvey, Charles Papert, Charlotte Bruus Christensen, Mike Dallatorre, James Laxton, Jaron Presant, Don Morgan, Roman Vas’yanov, Benoît Delhomme, and Thorsten Thielow

Alex Winter on his HBO documentary Showbiz Kids, experience as a child actor, moving from acting to directing, The Lost Boys, The Idiot Box, Freaked, Bill & Ted Face the Music, Zappa, and more

Jody Lee Lipes on shooting the HBO series I Know This Much Is True, A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood, Girls, Tiny Furniture, Martha Marcy May Marlene and more

John Brawley, DP of the Hulu series The Great, talks creating his visual manifesto for the satiric show and more

Serengeti director/producer John Downer and DP Richard Jones on the Discovery Channel series, the challenges and new technologies for shooting wildlife documentaries

Xavier Grobet, ASC on HBO’s Watchmen, going to film school with Mexican filmmakers Rodrigo Prieto and Alfonso Cuarón, early experience on films Total Recall, Revenge, Before Night Falls

BONUS Episode: Alexandra Cunningham, showrunner of Dirty John on adapting the popular podcast into a television series

Director Yance Ford, DP Alan Jacobsen on Oscar-nominated documentary, Strong Island and the importance of breaking your own rules

Bradford Young, ASC- PART 2: Arrival, directors Denis Villeneuve, Ron Howard, and Ava DuVernay, Solo: A Star Wars Story, When They See Us, working on long form episodic vs. movies

Bradford Young, ASC- PART 1: Selma, directors Dee Rees and Ava DuVernay, Pariah, Mississippi Damned, A Most Violent Year, bringing his personal voice to filmmaking

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