A cinematographer whose style is as eclectic and versatile as the great directors he works with.
Do you like samurai films? Kurosawa is the master of the genre. His films also introduced the world to the beauty of Japanese cinema.
The prized pupil of the New Hollywood era, Anderson has evolved the techniques pioneered by the movement to make some of the most acclaimed films of the past two decades.
The original manic pixie dream girl wasn’t just on the big screen – she was directing it.
Nykvist’s natural and minimalistic approach to cinematography should be studied by every filmmaker, period.
A filmmaker who showed the world that Indian cinema is more than just singing and dancing.
If the question is “What is cinema?” then the answer is probably Ingmar Bergman.
“Instead of trying to modify what nature brought us, we embraced it…” – Emmanuel Lubezki
“Experiencing life and understanding people. That’s why I’m a director.” – Werner Herzog