Los Angeles Film Festival Diaries: Kodak presents Wally Pfister

One of the great things about the Los Angeles Film Festival is that in addition to seeing great films, you have the opportunity to hear professionals speak on their experience in the industry. Academy Award winning cinematographer Wally Pfister was at the festival on Saturday, fresh from finishing the timing on The Dark Knight Rises, to discuss his craft and experience. In a panel moderated by Kodak’s Lorette Bayle, Pfister spoke about his career to date, extolled the virtues of shooting on film, his partnership with Christopher Nolan and answered questions from the audience. He even gave a few tidbits about his directorial debut, so check it out after the jump!

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