Philip Bloom (Filmmaker)

Philip Bloom
Philip Bloom at the London Meet-up in 2010
Born (1971-05-20) May 20, 1971 (age 43)
Occupation Filmmaker, Cinematographer
Known for DSLR Filmmaking, Digital Cinematography
Website
http://www.philipbloom.net/

Philip Bloom is a British filmmaker known for his DSLR filmmaking, blog and workshops. He has worked as a cinematographer for Lucasfilm,[1] Sky and the BBC.

Career

He began his filmmaking career at Sky, travelling the world as a cameraman. His recent credits include work with Lucasfilm,[2] Discovery HD, Five, Living, Sky One, and more.[3]

In 2009 he was called up by Rick McCallum to help shoot with Canon DSLRs on the set of Lucasfilm's Red Tails.[4]

Bloom's 2011 documentary film How to Start a Revolution about Nobel Peace Prize nominee Gene Sharp premiered at the 27th annual Boston Film Festival and won Best Documentary, as well as the Mass Impact Award. It also won Best Documentary at the Raindance Film Festival.[5]

In 2012 he was the first cameraman using the novel Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH3 of the Micro Four Thirds system creating the film Genesis.[6]

References

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