Using Cinematic Camera Techniques To Tell Documentary Stories with Adrian Peng Correia
This workshop will discuss using cinematic camera techniques to tell documentary stories. Discussions will center around format, lens choices, lighting and camera movement.
BIO: Adrian Peng Correia is a cinematographer with over seventy narrative credits to his name, including over thirty feature films. His films have played in festivals all over the world. In addition to features, Adrian has also filmed dozens of short films, including Good Crazy for director Rosa Salazar which premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. The critically acclaimed documentary Color Me Obsessed: A Film About The Replacements is just one of several documentaries Adrian has had the privilege of shooting in his career. The breadth of material Adrian has photographed that has helped him to evolve a notably eclectic style of cinematography. Features of note include Night Owls for director Charles Hood and Ava’s Possessions from writer/director Jordan Galland, both of which premiered at the 2015 SXSW Film Festival to excellent reviews. In the realm of television Adrian has photographed to rave reviews the second season of GLOW and American Princess for Jenji Kohan, the Peabody winning Ramy for Hulu, and first two narrative shows for HBO Max, Love Life and The Flight Attendant. He is currently preparing the limited series Americanah based on the National Book Critics Circle Award for Fiction novel from author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie starring Lupita Nyong’o.
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