Q&As with top TV Cinematographers
Wednesday, May 18 at 4 p.m. PT
Watch our smart solo chats followed by a lively group discussion.
Karl Walter Lindenlaub
Karl Walter Lindenlaub was an Emmy nominee for “Houdini.” Other projects have included “Independence Day,” “The Princess Diaries,” “The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian,” “Suits” and “Cosmos: Possible Worlds.”
Aliens threaten human existence in an epic 26th-century showdown. TV series based on the video game 'Halo.'
Night Sky (Amazon Prime)
Ashley Connor was an Independent Spirit Awards nominee for “Madeline’s Madeline.” Other projects have included “”The Miseducation of Cameron Post,” “First Match,” “Mountain Rest,” “Broad City,” “Search and Destroy” and “True Things.”
Follows Franklin and Irene York, a couple who years ago discovered a chamber buried in their backyard which inexplicably leads to a strange, deserted planet.
Star Trek: Discovery (Paramount+)
The career of Philip Lanyon has included “Caught,” “Frontier,” “Star Trek: Short Treks,” “Star Trek: Picard” and “Fakes.”
Ten years before Kirk, Spock, and the Enterprise, the USS Discovery discovers new worlds and lifeforms as one Starfleet officer learns to understand all things alien.
Under the Banner of Heaven (FX)
The career of Tobie Marier-Robitaille has included “The Will,” “Confinement,” “Emma Peeters,” “La Maison-Bleue,” “Night of the Kings” and “Big Giant Wave.”
A devout detective's faith is tested as he investigates a brutal murder.
Welcome to Earth (NatGeo)
The career of Brendan McGinty has included “Octane,” “Drugged,” “Secrets of Wild India,” “Pompeii,” “River Monsters,” “Enchanted Kingdom,” “The Secret Life of Twins” and “One Strange Rock.”
Will Smith travels to the extreme ends of the earth from active volcanoes to deep ocean adventures.
The Wonder Years (ABC)
David Robert Jones
The career of David Robert Jones has included “Best Friends Forever,” “1600 Penn,” “Date and Switch,” “Playing House,” “The Calling,” “Perfect Harmony” and “Why We Fight.”
A man recalls his experiences growing up in Montgomery, Alabama during the late 1960s.