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12 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Greig Fraser. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Greig Fraser, often where they are interviewed.

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12 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Greig Fraser. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Greig Fraser, often where they are interviewed.

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Emmy winner Greig Fraser and a critics' panel on Jean Pierre Melville

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We meet the Australian cinematographer who took out an Emmy award a few weeks ago for his work on the Star Wars TV series The Mandalorian, and a critics panel on minimalist film noir master Jean Pierre Melville ahead of a retrospective on his work.
Oct 01 2020 · 54mins
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Emmy winner Greig Fraser and a critics' panel on Jean Pierre Melville

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We meet the Australian cinematographer who took out an Emmy award a few weeks ago for his work on the Star Wars TV series The Mandalorian, and a critics panel on minimalist film noir master Jean Pierre Melville ahead of a retrospective on his work.
Oct 01 2020 · 54mins

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Greig Fraser, Rachel Morrison, and Natasha Braier

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Here we join cinematographers Rachel Morrison, Greig Fraser, Natasha Braier on a Roundtable where they discuss work / life balance (or lack thereof) in the current COVID world. How this precious time of being at home with their loved ones has grounded them to what is truly important in their lives.

Sep 23 2020 · 1hr 16mins
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Greig Fraser ACS ASC - Lions, Rogues and Darkness

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Greig Fraser ACS ASC discusses his Emmy Award winning work on "The Mandalorian" and the realities of working with the LED Volume virtual production system the made the series practical.  He also talks about "Lion", "Zero Dark Thirty", "Star Wars: Rogue One" and "Dune" and looks back at some of his early work including the Palm d'Or winning short film "Cracker Bag".
Sep 18 2020 · 1hr 10mins
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EP95 | Cinematography: How to Get Big in the Industry (Guest Greig Fraser)

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Yeah, yeah, yeah... of course we push for you to not be so worried about the finish line: to be In Love With The Process. It's not about the awards. It's not about the recognition. It's not about the money. But like- come on... When you're watching the newest Star Wars film and flipping out over the leaked Batman footage that voice starts whispering "That's gonna be you. You're going to be the one making that." It's ok. We admit that we've thought the same thing. But how do you actually BECOME that person? Host Mike Pecci was able to learn that from this week's guest: Greig Fraser. Greig has shot huge blockbusters including Vice, Zero Dark Thirty, and the best modern Star Wars film: Rogue One. He's also the guy who shot the upcoming DUNE and Batman films. Yeah. We know. Grab those noise-cancelling headphones and get ready to learn what it takes to become one of the most sought-after DPs in Hollywood.

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Aug 18 2020 · 1hr 17mins
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Greig Fraser, ASC, ACS on The Mandalorian, Lion, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and more

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The Cinematography Podcast Episode 85: Greig Fraser

World-renowned director of photography Greig Fraser grew up in Australia, working as a still photographer before he moved into cinematography, shooting shorts, TV shows and films for several Australian directors. Greig's most recently completed project is The Mandalorian, which recently earned him an Emmy nomination. At first, Greig felt incredibly nervous about working on the frontline development for The Mandalorian because of the massive amount of technology involved. His usual approach as a DP has been naturalistic lighting, in a real setting, rather than an entirely manufactured environment on a soundstage. The Mandalorian brought together gaming technology and set design, which could only be done with the support of ILM and Lucasfilm. The Star Wars series used 3D digital environments built with Epic Games' Unreal Engine gaming technology that was capable of interacting with the cameras and was projected on huge LED screens for very realistic backgrounds on the soundstage. Greig was not a Star Wars newbie- prior to The Mandalorian, he was the cinematographer of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. As a fan of Star Wars, Greig felt some trepidation at first about shooting Rogue One, because he was worried about losing that passion in the day-to-day while on set. Greig met with Rogue One director Gareth Edwards and loved his early film Monsters, so he was convinced to take the job. Grieg also discusses his work on the 2016 film, Lion, for which he received an Oscar nomination for Best Cinematography. Greig was extremely excited to shoot Lion- he and fellow Australian director Garth Davis had worked together a number of times. As a photographer, Greig had traveled and shot in India, and he loved being able to return to India and Melbourne to shoot such a great story. For Lion, Greig and Garth Davis wanted to be very respectful of Indian culture, and be careful of their choices not to oversensationalize images of poverty. Greig shot many of the railway scenes in the film at the level of a small child to capture the character Saroo's feelings of loss and helplessness.

Grieg Fraser is the cinematographer of two hugely anticipated films coming soon: Dune with director Denis Villeneuve and The Batman, directed by Matt Reeves.

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Aug 03 2020 · 1hr 31mins
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Greig Fraser - Cinematographer

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EPISODE 29 - GREIG FRASER - Cinematographer

Team Deakins sits down with friend and fellow DP, Greig Fraser. We cover a lot ground in this episode starting with Volume lighting - how it works, how it effects the way that you work, the advantages and disadvantages. He tells us what attributes he feels are key in a director and how he feels about operating. We learn his secret desire to shoot a musical and we dive into the undiscussed subject of why wrap parties are hard and often avoided. And there’s more! A fun and informative episode.


RECOMMENDED EPISODE VIEWING: The Mandalorian (TV-2019)

Jul 19 2020 · 1hr 38mins
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"The Mandalorian" Cinematographer Greig Fraser

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Real-time virtual sets are Hollywood’s future. These enormous (75 x 20 feet) curved LED walls serve as a live backdrop that eclipses the need for green screen. But what does that mean for filmmaking? We talked to Fraser about exactly that. The cinematographer has been pioneering “Stagecraft” with ILM for years and with "The Mandalorian" being its first large scale implementation, he saw firsthand both the possibilities and early limitations of this ground-breaking technology.

…Fraser also touches on his two new highly anticipated projects: Denis Villeneuve's "Dune" and Matt Reeves' "The Batman."
Jun 19 2020 · 1hr 4mins
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4: Greig Fraser, ASC, ACS on The Mandalorian & The Future of Filmmaking

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May the Force be with you! Today, May the 4th, is Star Wars Day and for this 4th episode of the show, I'm very excited to be sharing a conversation with Greig Fraser, ASC, ACS. Greig is one of the main cinematographers and a co-producer on the Disney+ Original Series, The Mandalorian, which is the 1st live-action Star Wars series and one of my favorite new shows.

Due to COVID-19, I managed to get a hold of Greig during a rare pause in his busy shooting schedule—he’s currently lensing the new Batman film. 

Greig is so far the only cinematographer to work on two separate Star Wars properties, with his first being Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Greig is also the eye behind Snow White and the Huntsman, Zero Dark Thirty, and Lion, which earned him an Oscar nomination for Best Cinematography in 2016. He also shot the upcoming film adaptation of Frank Herbert's landmark science-fiction novel, Dune. Which is possibly my most anticipated film this year.

Listen to learn how he went from shooting still photos and then short films in Australia, to working on the biggest projects in Hollywood, and a galaxy far, far away... including his work on The Mandalorian and the intricacies of a groundbreaking piece of technology that made the show possible. A technology that is set to be the future of filmmaking…

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May 04 2020 · 1hr 25mins
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Mary Magdalene / Greig Fraser, ASC, ACS, Episode #96

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Photographed by Greig Fraser, ASC, ACS, Mary Magdalene is a Biblical epic yet produced on a modest budget and lensed spare and simply by Fraser on locations across Italy.

May 17 2019 · 39mins
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