Filmmakers and Filmmaking (Masters of Cinematography)
France / 2016 / 80 minutes / DCP
A look behind the lens of the New Hollywood through the work and words of one of its central figures. Escaping the Hungarian uprising of 1956 and working his way to the top in American cinema, Zsigmond’s camera created the look of films as diverse – and stunning – as Deliverance, Sugarland Express, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, McCabe & Mrs. Miller and Heaven’s Gate, working with Spielberg, Altman, Cimino and many others. And now we learn how he did it.