The Judge is David Dobkin’s most recent feature film, a follow-up to hits like Wedding Crashers and The Change-Up. He is a savvy filmmaker, often serving as producer as well as director.
When Peter Florrick, a former state attorney, is sent to prison following a corruption scandal, Alicia Florrick plays the role of the good wife and returns to work as a litigator to provide for her family in the award-winning CBS television series The Good Wife.
For his latest endeavor, Daryn Okada, ASC handled cinematography duties for director Luke Greenfield on Let’s Be Cops, a comedy about a pair of losers who impersonate police on a lark, and end up way over their heads. Okada envisioned a look that evolved as the characters’ situation changes.
Ten years ago, Lawrence Sher, ASC shot his first Panavision movie—a small, independent movie filmed in his home state of New Jersey that was written and directed by actor Zach Braff. That film, Garden State, struck a chord in capturing the ennui of Gen X malaise and was a smashing indie success.
The Leftovers is a new HBO series that hints at the rapture, a Biblical prognostication. In the story, 2 percent of the world’s population mysteriously and suddenly disappears. Those left behind struggle to understand. Reactions vary.
Reprinted with permission from the May 2014 issue of British Cinematographer
The festivities may have officially wrapped on April 27th, but the buzz for the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival is still going strong at Panavision New York, which was a proud sponsor of the festival for the 7th year.