This book, translated the Spanish by Rachel Belash describes the descriptions of techniques, solution . I knew very little of Nestor Almendros before I purchased/read this book. However, I have found myself enthralled by his perspective on cinema and lighting in cinema.
This book, translated the Spanish by Rachel Belash describes the descriptions of techniques, solution and moviemaking by one of the world's leading cinematographers. Without knowing it, he invented many of the techniques that are popular today.
River Phoenix, Nestor Almendros, Emeric Pressburger, Samuel Fuller, Gus Van Sant, Tony Harrison, Hal Hartley, Jonathan Demme, Michael Kenneth Mann, Kevin Macdonald.
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Néstor Almendros Cuyás, ASC (30 October 1930 – 4 March 1992) was a Spanish cinematographer. a true master of light". Néstor Almendros Cuyás was born in Barcelona, Spain, but at 18 moved to Cuba to join his exiled anti-Francisco Franco father.
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English; Spanish; French. Translation of: Días de una cámera; originally published in French as: Un homme à la camera.
Almendros, Nestor, Cinematographers. New York : Farrar, Straus, Giroux. English; Spanish; French. Filmography: p. -304.
Calle de Néstor Almendros s/n (3,825. 52 km) 41940 Tomares, Andalucia, Spain.
Néstor Almendros, Cinematographer: Days of Heaven. One of the highest appraised contemporary cinematographers. He was born in Spain but moved to Cuba by age 18 to join his exiled anti-Franco father. Then, he went on to study in Rome at the Centro Sperimentale. He directed six shorts in Cuba and two in New York. After the 1959 Cuban.
Almendros' crisp black-and-white style recalled the early silent masters and he. .He authored an acclaimed book on cinematography, "A Man With A Camera" (1980).
Almendros' crisp black-and-white style recalled the early silent masters and he also did brilliant color work. During this period, Almendros collaborated with producer-director Barbet Schroeder on "More" (1969), "Maitresse" (1975) and the documentaries "General Idi Amin Dada" (1974) and "Koko, the Talking Gorilla" (1978). By the mid-70s Almendros was alternating between major American films and projects for European directors.