I worked as the 1st Assistant Camera on Paul Duane and David Cairns' feature documentary Natan released in 2013 by the production company Screenworks. The film was a tremendous opportunity to see the inner workings of a full length project.
The film makers' synopsis:
'Natan tells a story of turn-of-the-century Paris, the dawn of cinema, and how one man’s extraordinary talents were turned against him, and his name blackened. A pioneer of cinema was imprisoned, defamed as a pornographer and eventually handed over to the Nazis. How did this happen? And why did it take seventy years to set the record straight?
What The Skinny thought:
For more info:
- Edinburgh International Film Festival – 2013
- Telluride, Colorado – 2013
- Jameson Dublin International Film Fest. – 2013
- IndieCork Festival – 2013