(Boston, Massachusetts--August 6, 2014) Ben Consoli of the Go Creative Show
invites Gregory Middleton, cinematographer and director of photography for the AMC and Netflix series The Killing
to join him. They discuss how Netflix saved the show, the new visual direction of season 4 -- including all his lighting and shooting techniques that make The Killing
one of the most visually enticing television shows today -- and the film industry in Vancouver. Plus Gregory shares insight into his next project: Game Of Thrones
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Today we speak with Gregory Middleton, Cinematographer and Director of Photography for the AMC and Netflix series The Killing. We discuss the film industry in Canada, working with first time actors, how Netflix saved the show, and all his lighting and shooting techniques that make The Killing one of the most visually enticing television shows today. After 4 seasons and two cancellations, The Killing not only won’t die... it keeps getting better and better.
SOME LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE:
- The Canadian film industry
- The many paths to success in the film industry
- What are the differences in production styles when shooting around the world.
- The ups and downs of The Killing
- How to properly shoot faces
- Shooting in the rain
- How to create the most compelling car scenes
- Working with first time actors
- How Netflix brought The Killing back to life
- How has “binge viewing” changed the TV industry
- Greg’s next show... Game of Thrones!
- and more...