Find out more about how the crew shot the black and white horror film The Lighthouse.
The Hurlbut Academy are back with another in-depth cinematography-focused behind the scenes video, this time covering the artistic horror film The Lighthouse.
Old Film Stock
The film was shot using analog cinema cameras, and a grainy film stock with as low sensitivity as 80 ASA was used. This meant the crew needed much, much more light than other modern productions — usually filming in the 200 - 1000 ISO range.
The Look of The Lighthouse
The video by Hurlbut Academy is available on YouTube, and can be viewed below;
I thoroughly enjoyed this behind the scenes video, as both the film and the process behind making The Lighthouse seems to be unique in it's own right.