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‘Hunger’ and ‘Shame’ Cinematographer Sean Bobbitt to give Masterclass this Sat 8th June at John Ford Ireland Symposium
05 Jun 2013 : By Kevin Cronin
Cinematographer Sean Bobbitt to give Masterclass this Sat 8th June.
Bafta nominated cinematographer Sean Bobbitt - whose prolific film career includes ‘Hunger’, ‘Byzantium’ and ‘The Place Beyond the Pines’ - will give a Masterclass in the Light House cinema this Saturday 8th June, as part of the John Ford Ireland Symposium.

The three hour masterclass, organised in association with Screen Training Ireland, will commence at 9:30am with applications for places available for cameramen, camera department, directors, writers, producers and professionals in the Irish film industry.

Mr Bobbitt’s most significant working relationship to date is with director Steve McQueen for whom as director of photography on ‘Hunger’, ‘Shame’ and ‘Twelve Years a Slave’, which also launched Michael Fassbender’s career.

He has also worked with some of the most successful British directors and filmmakers of the last 15 years, including Paul Greengrass and Michael Winterbottom, Irish director Neil Jordan on ‘Byzantium’ and Spike Lee on his US remake of the South Korean psychological thriller ‘Oldboy’.

A member of the British Society of Cinematographers, he has received BAFTA nominations and he has also won a European Film Award ('Shame'), a Primetime Emmy ('Sense & Sensibility'),and a British Independent Film Award ('Hunger').

The masterclass will cover such topics as working with directors; determining camera, format and shooting style; digital v stock; how much is captured on-camera and how much is determined in post-production; working with the VFX team; how the process has changed in the last 15 years; and the future of the craft of cinematography.

Director Ian Power will facilitate the Masterclass, with further information available on the Screen Training Ireland website here.

The Sean Bobbit Masterclass will take place at the Light House cinema this Saturday 8th June at 9:30am.


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