On Saturday October 6th, the ​Society of Motion Picture Still Photographers (SMPSP) in conjunction with ​DigitalFusion celebrated the opening of “A Single Frame,” an exhibition of images shot by unit still photographers from productions around the world. “A Single Frame” spans nearly 50 years and offers a glimpse on set and behind the scenes on films such as ​”Jaws” ​ (1977), “Goodfellas” ​ (1990), “​Mad Max: Fury Road” ​ (2015) and ​”Hidden Figures” ​ (2016), among many others​. ​ Featured are such cinema icons as Martin Scorsese, Jodie Foster, Charlize Theron, Dwayne Johnson and father-daughter Oscar winners Francis Ford Coppola and a young Sofia Coppola.

Curated by DF Studio’s Greg Dyro and produced along with the SMPSP’s exhibition committee, this striking exhibit of 42 images explores and honors the artistry and cultural importance of unit photography. The SMPSP and DigitalFusion thank Epson for their generous sponsorship of this exhibition. Greg and DigitalFusion also extend their gratitude to Nicola Goode and Merie Wallace of the SMPSP for their hard work putting the show together over the past few months. The effort that went into producing “A Single Frame” is clear, and the show couldn’t have been better received.

Thanks to everyone that attended the opening night: it was a fun, lively evening made better by catching up with old friends and meeting new ones. If you missed the opening, It’s still possible to see the show; please stop by for a visit. The exhibit will be on display in the gallery lobby of DigitalFusion, located at 3535 Hayden Avenue in Culver City CA, 90232, and will be open to the public Monday – Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00pm. Street parking is available on Hayden Avenue.

For more information about the show, visit DigitalFusion’s website. This page also contains a link to purchase the official poster for “A Single Frame”, shown below. All proceeds from poster sales support the SMPSP.

Photo credit: Ron Batzdorff, “Jodie Breaks a Window” from the film Flightplan. ©2005 Touchstone Pictures

The poster for “A Single Frame”.