Joseph Kahn Director
Youngchul Kim Cinematographer & Professor
Harvey Glen Director of Photography
Shane HurlbutA.S.C., Cinematographer
Frank Glencairn is Award winning cinematographer focusing on creating documentaries and short films. One of his recent short films, <Omul> was awarded in Rochester International Film Festival. He is also known for his gear review blog with detailed explanations and samples.
Director Joseph Kahn is one of the legendary directors in generation. From 1990s, Kahn has been working with with hundreds of artists such as U2, Mariah Carey, Britney Spears, Eminem, Beyonce and Taylor Swift, winning several MTV VMA’s Best Video of the Year and Grammy Awards. His feature films are also globally acclaimed, winning. His recent 14 minute Power/Rangers film has broke the internet, recording 18million views on YouTube. Visit his website, Vimeo and Twitter for more information.
Francois & Maxime Tornier, two French filmmaker and co-founder of independent film company Outdoor Live, motion pictures consists of a great mix of different talents and skills. Adding nature, sports and meeting with great people has given them the chance to tell beautiful stories, feed their inspiration and established themselves as some of the up-and-coming adventure filmmakers.
Frank Glencairn Cinematographer & Director
Youngchul Kim is a Vice-chairman of Moving Image Technology Association of Korea and known for his pioneering and humane approach to the industry and film itself. Awarded the Best Film of Deauville Asian Film Festival for <Failan>. He now contributes to Korean film industry by training young filmmakers.
This is a test video by Steven Gladstone from B&H Photo Video on the 24mm, 50mm and 85mm Xeen by Rokinon Professional Cine Lens System
Shane Hurlbut, A.S.C., is a world-renowned Hollywood cinematographer and a member of American Society of Cinematographers. Hurlbut shares his years of experience and expertise as a filmmaker and diplay his pioneering spirit in the use of new cutting-edge technologies in filming both commercial and feature films. His website, Hurlblog is to ignite the passion, creative ideas and dreams of amateur cinematographers with more efficient and economically responsible technology. Visit his website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube for more information.
Harvey Glen is a British cinematographer with experiences in docu-dramas, documentaries and broadcast television series. He regularly filmed for the BBC, Discovery Channel and National Geography. His works have won 2 BAFTA Awards. Currently, Mr. Glen is living and based in Dubai, UAE and regularly shooting high-end commercials, brand films and promos.
Alicia Robbins (http://www.aliciarobbins.com/) , DP, review of the Xeen by Rokinon 14mm, 24mm, 35mm 50mm and 85mm lenses. This short video shows the setup she uses with the XEENs as well as raw footage from a recent project.
Alicia is an LA-based director of photography as well as a Local 600 camera operator. She graduated with a MFA in Cinematography from AFI in 2003. Since then, she has shot and operated on numerous award-winning features, commercials, documentaries, and music videos.
Francois & Maxime Tornier
Cinematographer & Professor