David Weddle

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Eduardo Serra

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On Dec. 7, 2003, Eduardo Serra walked away with the cinematography award from Poland's prestigious Camera Image Festival. Laszlo Kovacs -- d.p. of "Easy Rider" and "The King of Marvin Gardens" -- was…

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Chris Menges

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To the layman, Chris Menges' cinematography in "Dirty Pretty Things" may look tawdry, claustrophobic ... in fact, downright ugly. But it's pitch-perfect for the subject matter: Third World immigrants…

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Robert Richardson

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"You've got to see Takashi Miike's films. They're absolutely stunning," Robert Richardson exclaims. The cinematographer believes Miike -- a director of ultraviolent Japanese Yakuza films -- is one of…

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The Human Stain

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A New England college professor who has lived a lie all his life - and loses his job rather than reveal the truth -- seeks a last chance at happiness with a woman half his age, who's carrying her own…

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Repressed passion

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In a year when many filmmakers risked the deathblow of an NC-17 rating and battled the MPAA to bring more graphic and realistic depictions of sexuality to the bigscreen, the most erotically charged…

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Lost Boys of Sudan

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Directors: Megan Mylan, Jon Shenk Financier: During the first months of shooting, the filmmakers’ personal credit cards. As filming progressed, Mylan and Shenk pieced together grants from the Pacific…

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