Sundance's "Walking Out" cinematographer Todd McMullen talks about the making of this chillingly dramatic film By Pamela Powell

January 26th, 2017 Posted by Film Festivals, Interviews 0 thoughts on “Sundance's "Walking Out" cinematographer Todd McMullen talks about the making of this chillingly dramatic film By Pamela Powell”

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WALKING OUT, starring Matt Bomer and Josh Wiggins, opened at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.  This beautifully dramatic film, addressing father-son relationships and how we cope in extreme environments and situations is one of the top films at Sundance this year.  It’s also, along with Taylor Sheridan’s “Wind River,” one of the most chilling…literally.  I had the opportunity to interview the cinematographer, Todd McMullen about what it takes to film in the extreme cold and remote areas of Montana.  The film is as much about the environment as it is the characters dealing with it.  McMucllen and his team capture it in the most extraordinary way. To listen to the interview, go to www.archive.orgWalking Out Snow

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