Cinematographer Emanuel Lubezki on Director Terrence Malick at AFI (video)

by Matt Mazur

12 August 2009

 

Lubezki is one of the finest working cameramen in the business. He has worked with the reclusive Malick previously on The New World, one of the most beautiful films to just look at in recent memory, and is also responsible for the auteur’s upcoming The Tree of Life, which is rumored to be coming out this year (but we’ll just have to wait and see…).

 

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Violin Virtuoso L. Subramaniam Mesmerizes in Rare New York Performance (Photos)

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