Dion Beebe on Shooting Nine

March 2010
Camera Operator;Awards Issue 2010, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p23
Trade Publication
An interview with Dion Beebe, director of photography of the film "Nine" is presented. When asked about the qualifications for an A-camera operator he refers to sensibility towards work. Beebe believes that the combination of Panavised ARRIs with Primo zooms, primes and technocrane are the best choices of equipment during filming. He comments on working with his brother Damien for the second time as his B-camera operator wherein Damien is a great team player and brings familiarity to the set.


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