Video Interviews

Philip has been interviewed both as an industry subject matter expert as well as in relationship to his various cinematography projects.  The following is a small sampling of his various interviews.

Engineer and filmmaker Philip Grossman takes audiences deep into Chernobyl to explore how such a disaster could have occurred. Grossman's investigation, which included footage shot by him and edited with Adobe Premiere Pro, aired on the Science Channel as the first episode of the second season of Mysteries of the Abandoned.
DJI was invited to visit Chernobyl with filmmaker Philip Grossman, who is making a documentary named 'Half-Lives'. This documentary is part of a five-year personal project that Philip has been working on about the area surrounding the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, where in the early hours of 26 April 1986, one of four nuclear reactors exploded creating a 30km radius zone now known as the "The Zone".

NAB Live Show 2016 - Philip Grossman and Rodney Charters discuss the changing industry of cinematography. Philip discusses his long term Chernobyl Project


NAB 2017 - Cinematographer Philip Grossman discusses the current status of his Television Show “Mysteries of the Abandoned: Chernobyl’s Deadly Secrets” and how his project became a 1 hour television special.


NAB 2016 - Cinematographer Philip Grossman sits down with Ryan Salazar to talk about his Chernobyl Project and the state of Camera Technology


Cinematographer Philip Grossman sits down to discuss Camera Technology, industry trends and his on-going Chernobyl Documentary Project


A rarely-seen view of the haunting ruins left by the Chernobyl disaster, have been captured by a camera drone. Almost 30 years after one of the world's worst nuclear disasters, American filmmaker Philip Grossman travelled to the abandoned city of Pripyat, to document the decaying area.

Philip Grossman of PGP Images chats with Ryan Salazar in a discussion about the Chernobyl Nuclear Complex. "Chernobyl: Zone of Exclusion" is a comprehensive collection of over 300 rare and unique photographs captured by Philip Grossman during his four day excursion in November 2011 to the site of the worlds worst and most infamous nuclear disaster.

Philip Grossman describes how The Weather Channel has embraced an all-Adobe workflow for content delivery through Creative Cloud for Enterprise.

Philip Grossman, Engineer and Cinematographer joins Michael S. Robinson to discuss his upcoming film about his journey into the Chernobyl disaster zone. He talks about his emotional experience, what it looks like today and intriguing facts that you may not have known.