Monday, November 09, 2015

Oscar-Winning Cinematographer Joins Invisage Advisory Board

BusinessWire: InVisage announces the addition of famed cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki, ASC, AMC to the company advisory board. Mr. Lubezki is the cinematographer of numerous award-winning films including Gravity (2013) and Birdman: Or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) (2014). Mr. Lubezki is the Company’s first artistic advisor and will help shape and fine-tune the specifications of upcoming InVisage QuantumFilm camera image sensors for smartphones and mobile devices.

We are honored to have Mr. Lubezki join our advisory board,” said Jess Lee, president and CEO of InVisage. “With Mr. Lubezki’s artistic direction, we intend to bridge the gap between Hollywood and advanced nanotechnology, bringing Hollywood quality to QuantumFilm-enabled smartphones and mobile devices.”

InVisage understands that advancing film is equal parts artistry and technology,” said Emmanuel Lubezki, ASC, AMC. “I was drawn to InVisage and their technology because of the ground-breaking potential for greater dynamic range in cameras ranging from smartphones to professional video cameras, a crucial capability for cinematographers and everyday users alike.”


  1. All we need is a smartphone that does at least 10bit 24p 1080p output in Prores with "cinematically" tuned sensor (tuned cfa, at least 13 stops dynamic range, proper color science)

  2. So is he the one I can blame for the headache I get when watching Birdman?

  3. Based on Mr. Lubezki's grasp of science he so brilliantly demonstrated in "Gravity", it makes perfect sense he'd join the InVisage board of directors.

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