: Ben Consoli
: David Franco, Director of Photography for Boardwalk Empire
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David Franco is an French cinematographer and best known for his work on Boardwalk Empire, Game of Thrones, Desperate Housewives
and 3000 Miles to Graceland
. After moving to Montreal to study communications at University of Quebec, David started his own production company producing music videos and segued into feature films and major network television.
David and Ben discuss how "Boardwalk Empire"
turns modern day New York into a 1920's prohibition-era Atlantic City, David's lighting techniques, the importance of the art department on a period piece, shooting episodes of Game of Thrones
, working with Steve Buscemi, Martin Scorsese and more. Aside from "Boardwalk Empire"
David shares experiences from his work on feature films like 3000 Miles to Graceland
and The Whole Nine Yards
, his early music video career and more.
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About Ben Consoli
With over 10 years experience as a director, DP and editor, Ben Consoli
has positioned himself as an expert in the video industry. With his company BC Media Productions Ben has directed and produced award-winning commercials and brand videos for companies like Nike, Puma, Verizon, Gillette and Pillsbury. Ben also directed a highly-acclaimed commercial for Dragon Naturally Speaking, which aired during the 2010 Super Bowl.
About The Go Creative Show
The Go Creative Show
is a show dedicated to creative professionals in the video, film making, television and music industries. Listened to in over 160 countries around the globe. The podcast combines trending industry news with compelling interviews from the most influential people in visuals arts such as Michael Slovis, Philip Bloom, Christina Crawford, Rodney Charters, Shane Hurlbut and more.
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