Continuing the conversation with Earle. Talking about his first feature film ‘2067’ and the future for himself and the industry.
Earle Dresner is an up-and-coming cinematographer in Australia, having recently won two Gold Awards at the Australian Cinematographers Society (Victoria and Tasmania) Awards for his work on Sisters and season two of Glitch, which he shot for Netflix and Matchbox Pictures. His other television work includes Little Lunch and Upper Middle Bogan for ABC. Earle recently wrapped on his first narrative feature, 2067, a “cli-fi” dystopian thriller starring Ryan Kwanten and Kodi Smit-McPhee.