New music video for Sons of the Descent’s ‘Physics of Angels’. 16mm, Home Processed 16mm, A little Red and a little Double Run 8mm.
McPhee’s third trippy feature confirms him as one of the most interesting film-makers in Britain today.
New music video for the excellent new single by Scottish psyche group, The Fast Camels and starring Lori Stott and Ashley Sutherland. Cinematography by myself and Kirstin McMahon. Arriflex SR3 with MK3 Super Speeds. Kodak 7207 and 7219 for the… Read More ›
Far From the Apple Tree’ had its first screening in Dundee, at the DCA. We were also delighted to receive this wonderful review from Eye For Film’s Jennie Kermode, a journalist we very much respect.
Latest music video for Scottish band ‘Lola in Slacks’ for their song ‘Postscript in Blue’. Shot on 16mm and Red.
Website here- https://www.scottishfilmmakingnews.com/camera-photography or transcript below here: I was interviewed by Pete Carroll for his great website Scottish Filmmaking News, discussing filmmaking, cameras, DIT and a lot of other ramblings: PC: You’ve been in the business now for some time,… Read More ›
My two favourite shots in the film only last for a couple of seconds each but are possibly the most complicated of the entire shoot. They go by unnoticed without drawing much attention to themselves – mainly because they don’t… Read More ›
Original Article here – https://reviewfix.com/2018/01/review-fix-exclusive-grant-mcphee-talks-night-kaleidoscope/ Review Fix chats with filmmaker Grant McPhee, who discusses his vampire/horror flick, “Night Kaleidoscope,” giving us an incredibly deep look at his process and how the film was made. Review Fix: How was this film born?… Read More ›
(From old blog of 2016) As the 10th anniversary of the Red One Cinema camera approaches, I thought it would be a good time for an overview of the changing roles of the DIT and Cinematographer in 2016.The purpose, other than… Read More ›