AMERICAN CINEMATOGRAPHER MAGAZINE
PROUDLY ANNOUNCES THE FIRST IN A SERIES OF
PODCASTS TAKING YOU DEEP INTO THE CREATIVE MIND
Los Angeles, CA. (07/17/07) -- American Cinematographer Magazine, has entered the digital arena, producing a series of exclusive interviews with cinematographers, directors and other key collaborators involved in the creative process of bringing film and television projects to the screen. Conducted by Stephen Pizzello, executive editor of American Cinematographer, the interviews will be presented as podcasts, downloadable from the ASC's website. Through these podcasts, listeners can unravel the mysteries behind the magic of filmmaking, as revealed by the talented men and women who make it happen.
First in the series is an interview with Alik Sakharov, ASC, the cinematographer on HBO's The Sopranos, who discusses the show's final scene and offers an in-depth overview of his work on the series. In the exclusive hour-long podcast, the Russian cinematographer reveals that the show's controversial ending was partly inspired by the mindbending climax of Stanley Kubrick's metaphysical space opera 2001: A Space Odyssey and dismisses the persistent rumor that alternative endings were shot. This podcast is the first in this exciting new series and can only be found online at www.theasc.com
Contact Joe Venegas at 714-944-4045 for more details or to discuss potential story ideas for this unique, marketing opportunity. To find out more and/or sample the ASC podcasts for yourself, go to www.ascmag.com