Wally Pfister is the KODAK Focus at the LA Film Festival

Published on website: June 25, 2012
Categories: 35mm , 65mm , Alyson Shurtliff , Feature Films , Matt Stoffel , The StoryBoard Blog
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Wally Pfister, ASC, BSC and Travis Mosler at LAFF

Oscar® winner Wally Pfister, ASC, BSC, headlined the KODAK Focus at the LA Film Festival this past Saturday. He discussed current and past projects such as The Dark Knight Rises, Laurel Canyon, Inception, and Insomnia. From shooting sixty minutes of native IMAX 65mm film for The Dark Knight Rises (a record for feature length films), to foregoing a digital intermediate for Inception, Pfister treated attendees to an inside look at his creative process including format choices, camera styles, inspiration, and more!

Kodak, the LA Film Fest, and others covered the event well online. We were there live-tweeting as it happened, and we know many of you were following along our hash tag #KodakFocus. Here's a sample:

The LA Film Festival Diaries has posted the entire audio from the event and you can listen in here: Wally Pfister Interview

Additionally, the LA Film Festival has uploaded an edit of the video captured. 

 

Also, here's Carolyn Giardina review of the session she wrote for the Hollywood Reporter LAFF 2012: 'Dark Knight Rises' Cinematographer Wally Pfister Discusses His Directorial Debut  

We hope you all enjoyed this as much as we did. Thanks to Wally Pfister and the LA Film Festival!