We are very proud to announce that the latest name to join the Back to Frank Black book is one of the key figures behind the unique look and tone of Millennium: Robert McLachlan, who was the Director of Photography for every single episode of the series following “Pilot” and remains one of the foremost cinematographers working in the industry today. Robert was integral to realising Chris Carter’s vision for the series, including the signature look of Frank Black’s visions.
Robert has been kind enough to take time out of a very full schedule to grant us a fascinating interview which will be presented exclusively in the book. He talks about his influences and approach to his craft, certain unique technical aspects of filming Millennium in particular, and also adds his voice to the series’ many creative luminaries by asserting that he would love to be involved in bringing Frank Black back to the screen.
Robert also mentioned how excited he is by the prospect of his next project since he will be re-united with a fellow Ten Thirteen alumnus, director David Nutter, and for which he will travel to Europe and North Africa to record the epic final two episodes of Season Three of Game of Thrones. Fans of both mens’ work and this hugely successful series should make sure to catch those episodes when they air.
We are so grateful to Rob for giving his valuable time over to us to be a part of the book. “Back to Frank Black” will be published this summer by Fourth Horseman Press, and you can receive updates right here, via Back to Frank Black on Twitter or Facebook, or likewise at the Fourth Horseman Press blog or via our Twitter feed and Facebook page.