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‘No Time to Die’ Cinematographer Linus Sandgren on What It’s Really Like Shooting a James Bond Movie in IMAX

Over the past few years, Oscar-winning Cinematographer Linus Sandgren has built up quite a resume. As the director of photography on films like La La Land, First Man, American Hustle, Battle of the Sexes, and The Hundred-Foot Journey, Sandgren has shown he’s got a great eye behind the camera, which explains why director Cary Joji Fukunaga asked him shoot the latest James Bond movie, No Time to Die. In fact, Fukunaga told me it was Sandgren’s fantastic work on First Man that got him the job.
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‘No Time to Die’ DP Linus Sandgren on Finding the “Soul of Bond” and Lensing “Heightened” Action Sequences

With Daniel Craig back for his fifth and final outing as 007 in EON’s 25th Bond movie, No Time to Die‘s Oscar-winning cinematographer Linus Sandgren describes his ambitious work in a new episode of The Hollywood Reporter‘s Behind the Screen. Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, the film picks up the story just after the events of Spectre and was lensed on locations including in Italy, Norway, Jamaica and England, as well as on stages at Pinewood Studios in London. Sandgren describes finding the “soul of Bond” and the “charm in Bond that has been throughout all of those films over time–and not being afraid...
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How to Shoot James Bond: A Chat With Cinematographer Linus Sandgren

Linus Sandgren is a team player. That’s why you’ve likely never heard his name even though he’s been a creative force in some of the most high-profile movies of the last decade (La La Land, American Hustle) and with some of the most high-profile directors of our time (Damien Chazelle, David O. Russell, Gus Van Sant). He’s a cinematographer, you see, and a humble one.
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