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Emmanuel Lubezki, Dp Extraordinaire, to Shoot David O. Russell’s New Film

Emmanuel Lubezki to his fans, “Chivo” to his friends and colleagues, an incredible cinematographer to all. In the 2010s, Lubezki won a buckwild three Oscars in a row for cinematography — Gravity, Birdman, and The Revenant — made with two of his greatest collaborators (Alfonso Cuarón and Alejandro G. Iñárritu), lensed with his typical long-take […]

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Film News Roundup: Cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki Boards David O. Russell’s New Movie

In today’s film news roundup, three-time Oscar winner Emmanuel Lubezki will shoot David O. Russell’s movie, “The Woman Who Ran” finds a home, Entertainment Partners buys We Got Pop and Clark Backo is starring in “Confession.”DevelopmentCinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki has boarded David O. Russell’s untitled New Regency movie, starring Christian Bale, Michael B. Jordan and Margot […]

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VFX, Animation Studio Framestore Launches Pre-Production Services Unit (Exclusive)

Visual effects and animation studio Framestore, which won Oscars for “The Golden Compass,” “Gravity” and “Blade Runner 2049,” and whose recent work includes “Avengers: Endgame” and “Spider-Man: Far From Home” in movies, and “His Dark Materials” and “Watchmen” in TV, has launched Fps, which offers a suite of pre-production services.The move sees the company’s previs, […]

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Alfonso Cuarón wins Oscar for best director for Roma

Cuarón becomes fifth Mexican best director winner in six years, as he takes the Academy Award for his 70s-set drama RomaAlfonso Cuarón has won the Oscar for best director at the 91st Academy Awards for Roma.This is the second time Cuarón has taken the award, after winning in 2014 for his space drama Gravity. This […]

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Cuarón Tells Lubezki How He Filmed ‘Roma’ — Even One Quiet Shot Needed 45 Camera Positions

Alfonso Cuarón’s impressive black-and-white memoir of 1971 Mexico City, “Roma,” recognized as one of the year’s best by multiple critics groups, finally arrived on Netflix December 14. Last Sunday on a packed soundstage at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood, the writer-director-cinematographer was grilled by his old film school buddy Emmanuel “Chivo” Lubezki, who collaborated on six […]

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Alfonso Cuarón Details ‘Roma’ Cinematography With ‘Gravity’ Dp Emmanuel Lubezki

As part of an overall push to bring Alfonso Cuarón’s “Roma” to awards season voters, Netflix’s “‘Roma’ Experience’” played host to guild and Academy members Sunday in Hollywood. The all-day event featured panels focused on the film’s crafts and an audio-visual installation akin to the streamer’s FYSee initiative for Emmy contenders, featuring costumes and art […]

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Alfonso Cuaron Thrived on Chaos When He Shot His Own Memories for ‘Roma’

Alfonso Cuaron, who won an Oscar for directing 2013’s “Gravity,” is back in the awards conversation again this year with a very different kind of film, “Roma,” a clearly autobiographical tale that follows the life of a middle-class family in Mexico City in the early 70s. “Roma” is notable for its uncompromising art-house esthetics, its […]

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