Adult film cameraman game
Near the end of every National Football League season for decades, as fatigue accelerated its woozy, inverse dance with field temperatures and the playoffs neared, the staff of NFL Films routinely faces certain hazards.
For starters, when traveling to shoot teams like the Green Bay Packers, Pittsburgh Steelers, or New England Patriots in their perennially inclement winter habitats, the cinematographers’ cameras often required more weather-proofing than the players.
It’s an easy, even intoxicating narrative to impart, with a charismatic subject at its center and 50 years’ worth of dramatic footage from which to assemble a punchy, poignant broadcast obituary.“In the current climate, with stories of the degenerate behaviour of people in this industry, Mark was the antithesis of all that — he shone out — he was all that was good about it. “An investigation into the circumstances is underway, we all need answers to this dreadful tragedy.“Mark was devoted to his wife and daughter; they are broken, as are his mother and father, the cinematographer, Doug Milsome.” Milsome, from Builth in Wales, who also worked on films including Brassed Off, Little Voice, Finding Neverland and Four Weddings and a Funeral, is understood to have died during a night shoot for a car stunt scene in Ghana on Saturday.“Mark was one of the nicest, kindest people; an incredibly generous soul, a greatly-talented cameramen but completely humble with it.“A gentle gentleman, a rare, universally admired and genuinely loved member of the film industry family.