By Daniel Howat
“The Forty-Year-Old Version” bursted onto the scene at Sundance earlier this year to tremendous buzz and acclaim. While most of the praise has been directed towards the film’s star, director, writer and producer, Radha Blank, cinematographer Eric Branco has also be singled out for his black and white photography of New York City which helps to give the film an early 90s independent feeling. Eric was kind enough to talk with Next Best Picture about his process into making the film, how he came aboard the project, working with Radha and more! Take a listen below!
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