An Interview with Cinematographer Diana Olifirova

Diana Olifirova

“It’s nice to make the rules that you can later also break and just diminish. That’s kind of the aim. Also, the show is about punk band and punk music so I think it’s like punk filmmaking, as well.”

“Whatever looks good is good. And if it feels right for the story, you don’t have to justify why the light is there or whatever else, so I try to really make image stand out and put as much focus as possible on the main point in each image.”

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Writer, runner, music enthusiast. Exploring connections between creativity + art, lifestyle, and entrepreneurship through a series of interviews.

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