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Philippe Le Sourd AFC || The Cinematography Of The Beguiled

Sofia Coppola now represents just the second woman of seventy Cannes Best Director Award winners. The Beguiled, her prize winner, is an immaculate exercise in aesthetic restraint. All facets of its design are an echo of the screams curdling beneath a relentless Southern gentility. 

Critical to this masterfully controlled technique is Coppola’s Oscar-nominated cinematographer Philippe Le Sourd AFC. Philippe and I discuss the film’s use of perspective, his unique low-contrast take to visualizing oppression, and camera movement's potential to disrupt the emotion of a scene.

The Casual Cinecast Has a Brief Encounter In This Week’s Episode

On this week's Casually Criterion episode of the Cinecast, we're diving into David Lean's Brief Encounter, discuss the Snyder Cut announcement, and more! Mike, Justin,...