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William L. McDonald

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UCLA

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Professor and Cinematographer

UCLA Alumni Association


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www.theasc.com

The Kodak Cinematographer-in-Residence Program was established in 2000 by UCLA TFT Professor William McDonald to bring together the worlds of professional and academic cinematography, exposing theater, film and television students to critically acclaimed industry veterans who have attained the highest levels of achievement within the filmmaking industry.
Students study with these experts for an entire academic year through a series of workshops and screenings. "The excellence of Rodrigo's work speaks for itself and we couldn't be more pleased that he has agreed to be our Cinematographer-in-Residence this year," McDonald says.


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- William McDonald,?
UCLA Professor & Chair, Department of Film, Television and Digital Media


newsroom.ucla.edu

William McDonald, Pamela Beere Briggs, Sue Mitchell
UCLA professor William McDonald, Pamela Beere Briggs and artist Sue Mitchell at Riverside's Fairmount Park, the site of the trees that are the subject of her art. UCLA professor and filmmaker William McDonald of the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television (TFT) and Pamela Beere Briggs, his collaborator and wife, recently premiered their latest documentary, "Something Like a Sabbatical," at the Riverside Art Museum. "What she didn't know was how difficult the process would be ... and that once she started, she wouldn't want to stop," said McDonald, chair of the Department of Film, Television and Digital Media and a TFT alumnus with an M.F.A. in cinematography. McDonald and Briggs - a writer as well as a filmmaker - first collaborated as TFT graduate students on Briggs' M.F.A. thesis film, "Out of the Rain," a short drama. The challenges that Mitchell went through, McDonald said, reminded him of the complexities of making a portrait documentary. Working as a cinematographer, McDonald said, poses its own artistic challenges. "You have to become invisible and yet still exert a certain amount of control over the process so that you are getting the footage you need to tell the story as you are experiencing it," he said. But since McDonald and Briggs have teamed up for 30 years, he said, "we've developed a rhythm to the way we work that is seamless and unspoken." A lesson in facing your fears In addition to their March premiere - which drew a packed house and raised $52,000 for the museum - the filmmakers screened their film in early April at Belmont Village Westwood senior living community and in a symposium for film and television majors that McDonald teaches. "We wanted to see if Sue's story would speak to a wider audience with diverse interests and experiences," he said. William McDonald, Pamela Beere Briggs, Sue Mitchell William McDonald, Pamela Beere Briggs, Sue Mitchell Filmmaker and UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television professor William McDonald, Pamela Beere Briggs and ... William McDonald, Pamela Beere Briggs, Sue Mitchell


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RG: One of my mentors, Mary Beth Haralovich, knew Bill McDonald who at the time was the head of cinematography at UCLA.


www.riversideartmuseum.org [cached]

*Something Like a Sabbatical is by award-winning documentary filmmakers, Pamela Beere Briggs and William McDonald.
Bill (producer-cinematographer) and Pamela (producer-director) have been working together ever since they were UCLA graduate students. Bill teaches cinematography at UCLA where he is Professor and Chair of UCLA's Department of Film, Television and Digital Media.


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