Saturday, September 24, 2016
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SPECIAL REPORT: DIRECTORS_ Paul Giraud

There's a lot of fancy production gear around these days, and some directors will give any new gadget a try. But director Paul Giraud likes to keep it simple. Just hand him an Arri IIC—the camera used to shoot newsreel footage during World War II—and a couple of lenses, and he's off to the races...

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