Cinematographers who appeared multiple times on the list: Vittorio Storaro: 3 Emmanuel Lubezki: 3 Jack Cardiff: 2 Tonino Delli Colli: 2 Roger Deakins: 2 Christopher Doyle: 2 Conrad Hall: 2 Janusz Kaminsi: 2 Sven Nykvist: 2 Dante Spinotti: 2 Geoffrey Unsworth: 2 (1 co-credit) Haskell Wexler: 2 (1 co-credit)
Directors with multiple films on the list: Terrence Malick: 3 Paul Thomas Anderson: 2 Ingmar Bergman: 2 Bernardo Bertolucci: 2 Francis Ford Coppola: 2 Stanley Kubrick: 2 Sergio Leone: 2 Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger: 2 Steven Spielberg: 2 Andrei Tarkovsky: 2
Duos to have multiple appearances: Bertolucci/Storaro, P&P/Cardiff, Leone/Colli, Spielberg/Kaminski, Bergman/Nykvist...
Post by urbanpatrician on Aug 1, 2020 17:48:19 GMT
Fantastic #1. No disagreeances at all on that - after sifting through lots of meh, it ended on such a high note.
If it were up to me......1) Barry Lyndon 2) The Mirror 3) Tess 4) L'Avventura 5) A Doyle (possibly Hero..... without being too contemporary I guess Fallen Angels possibly too)
Love Paris, Texas but the cinematography was always in the more back corner of my mind when thinking of the film..... not that it's not praise worthy, just lesser an aspect than the other strong suits. I drop dead over the storytelling (reminiscent of Ozu's approach), the allusions to Jane, the grainy home video of Travis' and Jane's days of marriage, the broken family past, or whatever created the avant-blues backdrop...... the score and Wenders is the main contributor I guess. And of course, Muller's cinematography created some of that too.
Post by Tommen_Saperstein on Aug 1, 2020 19:20:06 GMT
I've had some issues with some of these placements lol (BR2049 over the original? nu-uh) but most of the stuff in that top 10 is utter perfection, and of course that's a perfect winner. Thanks for the excellent presentation, DeepArcher !!