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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Vittorio Storaro. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Vittorio Storaro, often where they are interviewed.

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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Vittorio Storaro. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Vittorio Storaro, often where they are interviewed.

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La Classica Domanda – Vittorio Storaro

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Vittorio Storaro è il direttore della fotografia vincitore di tre premi Oscar con Apocalypse Now del 1979, Reds del 1981 e L’ultimo Imperatore del 1987. Storaro si è imposto per la virtuosistica tecnica di illuminazione e l'uso fortemente espressivo del colore.
May 26 2020 · 27mins
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Ep 29 – Vittorio Storaro, ASC, AIC discusses his early career, and the revolutionary data archiving system DOTS

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The Cinematography Podcast Episode 29 - Vittorio Storaro, ASC, AIC
Vitorrio Storaro, ASC, AIC  is an Italian cinematographer widely recognized for his work on numerous classic films including The Conformist, Apocalypse Now, and The Last Emperor. In the course of over fifty years, he has collaborated with directors like Bernardo Bertolucci, Francis Ford Coppola, Warren Beatty, and Woody Allen. He has received three Academy Awards for Best Cinematography, a BAFTA Film Award for Best Cinematography, a Primetime Emmy Award, a Goya Award, and a David di Donatello Silver Ribbon Award, in addition to numerous lifetime achievement honors from various film organizations.  Vitorrio is a proponent for a revolutionary data archiving system, DOTS, and in this interview is joined by his long time friend Rob Hummel to discuss the technology.  Vitorrio's name appears 5 times on the ASC's "100 Milestone Films in Cinematography of the 20th Century" and twice in the top 10, you can find a link in the Short Ends of Cinematography Podcast Episode 28.
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Feb 03 2019 · 48mins

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HOLLYWOOD PARTY del 27/04/2018 - Tutto su Mariangela con Michele Sancisi e Vittorio Storaro sul Bifest

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Tutto su Mariangela con Michele Sancisi e Vittorio Storaro sul Bifest
Apr 27 2018 · 44mins
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#158 - Master Class with Ed Lachman & Vittorio Storaro

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Two legendary cinematographers discuss their craft and careers at the 55th New York Film Festival. Ed Lachman (CAROL, THE VIRGIN SUICIDES, ERIN BROCKOVICH) discusses his collaboration with Todd Haynes on WONDERSTRUCK. Vittorio Storaro (APOCALYPSE NOW, LAST TANGO IN PARIS) talks about his work on the new Woody Allen Film, WONDER WHEEL.

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Nov 29 2017 · 1hr 14mins

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Vittorio Storaro Master of Light and Shadow Goes Digital with Woody Allen

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Three time Oscar Winning Cinematographer Vittorio Storaro (APOCALYPSE NOW, THE LAST EMPEROR, REDS) sits in the green room of the Paramount Theater about to speak before the first US screening of Woody Allen's new film, Café Society. Storaro not only brought his genius to the film as Cinematographer, he accomplished something no one else had done thus far -- got Woody Allen to go digital. Café Society was both Allen and Storaro's first full-length feature film shot on digital. Storaro, who in 1983 had tested early HD camera technology from Sony Professional, saw their vision for the future and believed they were creatively aligned. After much conversation Storaro and Allen decided the Sony F65 CineAlta 4K camera was the way to go.

We were privileged to sit down with Storaro before the first US screening of Café Society at the Paramount Theater as part of the Cine Gear Expo. Storaro who has been known for his genius for manipulating light and shadow, details his passion for the great painters, architects, sculptors and photographers throughout the ages who have influenced his craft and warns of the dangers of not striking the "balance between Technology and Art". He refers to his method as "writing with light", an art that is quickly becoming endangered.

His breadth of knowledge of both art and technology is astounding yet he insists "How wonderful it was to be a student. I was doing what I love without any pressure. Catch that moment and take it with you in your pocket. Never stop learning."

Café Society opens in the US on July 15, 2016. Stay tuned for our full review. For more information about Sony Professional and the F65 visit http://pro.sony.com/
Jun 08 2016 · 57mins
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Episode 7: 逐渐远去的大师:Vittorio Storaro

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Sep 26 2014 · 33mins
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In occasione dell'omaggio del Centro sperimentale ad uno dei "suoi allievi più illustri", Vittorio Storaro sarà nostro ospite per una puntata davvero speciale, dedicata al suo lavoro di direttore della fotografia grazie al quale ha vinto ben tre premi Oscar per "Apocalypse now" (1979), "Reds" (1981) e "L'ultimo imperatore" (1987). E per la giornata dedicata alla liberazione ascolteremo l'appello per includere il racconto del rastrellamento del quartiere Quadraro di Roma nei libri di testo.
Apr 26 2013 · 41mins
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Apr 26 2013 · 25mins