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Writer of Light - The Cinematography of Vittorio Storaro, ASC, AIC

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  • Author: Ray Zone
  • Paperback: 122 pages
  • Publisher: ASC Holding Corp: 200
  • ISBN: 0935578188

Writer of Light. The cinematography of Vittorio Storaro, ASC, AIC. Compiled and edited by Ray Zone. Vittorio Storaro is unmatched as a cinematographer with his use of light to convey mood and story in film. From the ASC classic archives and the pages of American Cinematographer magazine comes this definitive look at the work of one of the truly great lighting cameramen with his work on such classic films as Apocalypse Now, One from the Heart, Little Buddha and Bulworth. Featuring:

  • A new foreword by Warren Beatty
  • Introductory essay by Ray Zone
  • Q&A with Storaro on Apocalypse Now
  • A behind-the-scenes look at the making of One from the Heart
  • Storaro's work with Francis Coppola on New York Stories
  • Large format film and Little Buddha
  • The filming of Storaro's recent hit Bulworth
  • A brand new interview with Storaro on his work
  • An inside look at Storaro's new masterpiece Goya in Bordeaux
  • A comprehensive and annotated Filmography of Storaro's films

Here is the first book to be published on one of film's foremost cinematographers, Vittorio Storaro, the writer of light, who has set new standards for the artistry of color in motion on the big screen.

Ray Zone is the book review editor of American Cinematographer magazine and author, along with Chuck Roblin, of the popular "Living Pictures" feature.

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