Agnès Godard (Cinematograaf)


Topic gestart door Verhoeven op 12-03-2012 (2 posts)
  1. Anonymous

    Unregistered

    Posts: 2,208


    Na het gisteren zien van Nuovomondo / Golden Door (Emanuele Crialese) kon ik niet anders dan een topic aanmaken voor deze - in mijn ogen - beste vrouwelijke Cinematograaf in een vrijwel door mannen gedomineerde wereld.

    Biografie:

    Agnès Godard is a César Award-winning French cinematographer. She is most famous for her long-running collaboration with filmmaker Claire Denis.

    Godard originally studied journalism, but switched to film after several years, graduating from La Femis (then known as IDHEC) in 1980. Her first project as a cinematographer was Wim Wenders’ 50-minute Room 666, made for television. There she met Claire Denis, who was working as Wenders’ assistant director.

    Godard spent much of the 1980s working as an assistant camera operator or focus puller on films by Wenders, Joseph Losey, Peter Greenaway and Alain Resnais. She also served as director of photography on a short film directed by legendary cinematographer Henri Alekan. Her first collaboration with Denis was the director’s debut feature, Chocolat, where she served as the camera operator; she has been Denis’ regular cinematographer since 1990, when the two worked together on a documentary about Nouvelle Vague filmmaker Jacques Rivette made for the French television series Cinema, de Notre Temps.

    IMDB: Cinematografie

    Van wat ik tot nu toe gezien heb:
    Beau Travail (1999)
    Trouble Every Day (2001)
    Vendredi Soir (2002)
    Les Egarés (2003)
    Wild Side (2004)
    L'intrus (2004)
    Nuovomondo (2006)
    35 Rhums (2008)

    Prachtige voorbeelden:

    Get the Video Player

    Get the Video Player

    Get the Video Player

    Get the Video Player

    Video Essay:

    Get the Video Player

    Nog meer liefhebbers?

    # Geplaatst op 12-03-2012 om 16:19
  2. Fedor

    Redacteur
    Joined: 23-06-2008
    Posts: 2,123


    Die laatste scène van Beau Travail blijft waarschijnlijk (samen met die van Le Notti di Cabiria) mijn favoriete einde binnen de filmgeschiedenis. Als ik het zo zie moet ik echt wat meer van haar camerakunsten gaan opzoeken. Hulde!

    # Geplaatst op 12-03-2012 om 16:43

Reply

You must log in to post.