Roger Deakins, ASC, BSC — ‘Skyfall’ (BSC Edition)

This month's guest on The Camera Report hardly needs an introduction. If you know contemporary cinema, you know Roger Deakins' beautiful and award-winning work — From the comical and sleek art deco glean of the 'The Hudsucker Proxy', to the suspicious dutch angles of 'Doubt', to the stormy Texas skies and campfire light of 'True Grit', Roger's art behind the camera is among the finest of our day. His frequent collaborations with today's top directors amount to the type of visual excellence only a great cinematographer can provide.

On the very first "BSC Edition" of The Camera Report, he speaks to us about his work on the latest James Bond film, director Sam Mendes' 'Skyfall'. Roger's critically acclaimed cinematography on the film has just earned him his tenth Oscar nomination, a historical first in that category for the franchise.

Stay tuned for more "BSC Edition" episodes where members of The British Society of Cinematographers share insights about their work. Have you liked our Facebook page yet? Please, go to and like our page. You won't regret it.

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