A Movie is Made in Prep: Shooting a Fiction Feature Film during a Live Triathlon– Written by Jendra Jarnagin
CineAlta Magazine – Issue 8 (Fall 2016)
Behind the Scenes Look at TRI with DP Jendra Jarnagin
Zacuto Featured Filmmakers – November 2015
Jendra Jarnagin on Tiffen IRND Filters
Tiffen Imagemaker Website – November 2015
“A Bet’s A Bet:” Shooting a Raunchy Comedy in 15 Days – Written by Jendra Jarnagin
CineAlta Magazine – Issue 5 (Spring 2015)
Moviemaker Magazine Cover: The “Activism in Film” Issue
Moviemaker – Spring 2014
Digital Cinema Report – December 2012
Put Your Money Where Your Glass Is
P3 Update – May 2011
GREEN IS GOOD: The Quest For Industry Sustainability… One Water Bottle At A Time
ICG (International Cinematographers Guild) – December 2010
SHORT TAKES: Shooting Puppy Love With the Red One
American Cinematographer – July 2009
Cine-tal’s Cinemage Helps Breathe Life into “Open Air”
digital content producer.com – July 8th, 2008
A Refreshing Look at Digital Workflow
Post Magazine – July 2007
Baby, You’ve Changed: Cinematographer Jendra Jarnagin Shoots Digitally to Save Money in Post
Digital Cinema Report – July 2007
Film hits the (spec) spot for Jendra Jarnagin
In Camera Magazine – January 2007
February, 2017, Sprout Video did a profile on Jendra Jarnagin for their instructional series for video content creators. With a great “Behind the Scenes” video from the set of the feature film “Little Faith,” Jendra discusses the importance of proper planning for your production.
November, 2016, Episode 7. We sat down to talk about how Jendra got started, what she loves about her job, and her current projects.
December, 2015, This Behind the Scenes video was included in the feature Zacuto did on their blog, about Jendra shooting the movie TRI.
Hot Rod Cameras in Hollywood interviewed Jendra Jarnagin about a variety of topics including the indie film scene in NY in the 1990s, the trajectory of her career from gaffer to digital cinema pioneer, and the trap of falling down the technology rabbit hole. She also discusses her growth as an artist as well as her process for designing the look of a film, preproduction and aligning with the director's vision.
Mike Messier interviews Jendra Jarnagin at the Rhode Island sneak preview of “A Bet’s A Bet” (which was temporarily called “The Opposite Sex” at the time of the screening.) Jendra grew up in RI, where the film was shot, and discusses what led to her booking the film, and what it means to her to have a premiere at the very movie theater she grew up attending.
Jendra joined the Cinematic Immunity cavalcade telling us about her start in High School, how tough the business is, how you could end up chasing the work from city to city, and how to turn ideas into reality. From freelancing to income ebb and flow, she laid out some of the business angles of being a DP in NYC. We talk shooting on locations around the world, and how going to Sundance might land you your next big gig.
Jessica Sher interviews women filmmakers at the Sundance Film Festival for herFLIX. Including Stacey Passon, Jendra Jarnagin & Christine Vachon
July 2009, Jendra Jarnagin and Sean Porter discuss what it means to be a cinematographer, including how they knew this was what they wanted to do, how they choose projects, how they collaborate with directors, and being a leader.
Produced & Directed by Melissa Ulto for Cinematography.tv.
Audio Interview with Alexa O'Brien: Jendra discusses being an early adopter of digital cinema cameras in 2007, and the international documentary "Women Behind the Camera."