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The Art of Cinematography [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe]

Bob Fisher , Lorenzo Codelli , Vittorio Storaro

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1. April 2014
A rereading of the "seventh art" through the eyes of the most important cinematographers. The Art of Cinematography underscores the essential importance of the figure of the cinematographer in the history of world cinema. A full-blown review that stretches from 1910 to the present day, this volume is illustrated by stunning photographic images in double vision specially reworked by Oscar winner Vittorio Storaro and provides the reader with over 150 profiles of cinematographers in a whole century of cinema. The volume is accompanied by a DVD with images in motion dedicated to the artists included in the book.

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Vittorio Storaro started out as a director of photography in 1968. He has received numerous international awards and prizes, among them three Oscar awards, conferred for the films Apocalypse Now, directed by Francis Ford Coppola; Reds directed by Warren Beatty; and The Last Emperor, directed by Bernardo Bertolucci. Bob Fisher is an ASC Cinematographers Magazine-Academy Oscar nominee and a Kodak Magazine award winner. Lorenzo Codelli is director of the Pordenone Silent Film Festival.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen IN APPRECIATION OF THE GREAT ARTISTS OF CINEMA 28. April 2014
Von Anthony McGill - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This stupendous book is a study and tribute to 150 of cinema's often most under appreciated artists - the cinematographers. Covering every period of cinema world wide over the last 100 years and just about every cinematographer worth mentioning, this is an incredible achievement by the authors and a must for serious film students. Each profile covers two pages; with a photo (that alone is invaluable as we can now put faces to those much loved names) and brief biography of the subject and a detailed analysis of a trademark film he was director of photography for. On the other page are double vision photographs of the film in question, specially reworked by the brilliant cinematographer Vittorio Storaro who serves as one of the editors of this towering achievement. This is obviously a great labor of love for all concerned and I for one really appreciate the effort because I have always admired the work of the "cameraman" and always take note who was DOP on a film. You may hate a film because of the bad direction, poor acting, appalling script or overwrought music, but can you really name a film that has been badly photographed. These guys are true artistes! The book is written in both English and Italian, is beautifully designed and as a bonus, there is a 100-minute DVD featuring images from all the films mentioned. An expensive book but considering the content well worth the price.
3.0 von 5 Sternen the first attempt of a wider perspective - global and historical - on the best creations and creators of cinematography 28. August 2014
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Definitely a milestone in the world of publications about cinematographers, the first attempt of a wider perspective - global and historical - on the best creations and creators of cinematography. As subjective as it is ( a declared choice based on "heart and soul") it is a welcome premiere for the great information ( however strange is the absence of filmographies) and most of all, for the pioneering undertake of a personal "history of cinematographers". My reservations regard only the choice of making this enterprise disguised in an "art book", the taste of the photomontages ( with all respect to the great Vittorio Storaro) being quite questionable. Instead of the cheap film poster look I would have preferred the unaltered images of those for whom this book is an hommage.
Amazon purchase: For a book of this price I was expecting more care on delivery: I received it with curved edges like it was thrown in my yard directly from the plane and with the DVD inside unacceptably scratched.
5.0 von 5 Sternen A must have for cinematography lovers ! 14. Juli 2014
Von Hugo - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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A must have for any cinematographer - aspiring or established. An outstanding book for anyone who loves movies.
Comprehensive and beautifully written and illustrated.
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