Reflections from Quarantine and Beyond, Part Two: Six Cinematographers on Their Lives During Lockdown
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Ellen Kuras shoots in Times Square

After previously checking in with some of the world's leading cameramen about her quarantine life, Daniel Eagan returns with six other reports from photography directors about how her life and work are affected by this moment of coronavirus and social change. Below you will find reports on the work done during the quarantine – from further preparation for postponed filming to DIY work to painting – and thoughts on how the film business is changing.

This is followed by answers from Jarin Blaschke, Laura Merians-Gonçalves, Benoit Delhomme, Ellen Kuras, Ed Lachman and Toby Oliver.

"It will be as precise as a Viking film can be …": DP Jarin Blaschke on filming Robert Eggers & # 39; The Northman, storyboarding during the lockdown and optimism.

"For my department, we would behave like a team of surgeons": Benoit Delhomme on Minamata, painting during quarantine and life after the corona virus

"I wasn't interested in just shooting empty streets …": Ellen Kuras on action, change and democracy in the crisis.

"Every civilization has had its time": DP Ed Lachman on quarantine view and the world outside.

"We are experiencing a transition from COVID to awareness": DP Laura Merians-Gonçalves on housing during quarantine, safe production and a collective future.

"Traveling by plane at the moment is one of the tricky things …" DP Toby Oliver about restarting production and working on the Netflix series Dead to Me.

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