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Photo of Bruno Delbonnel

Bruno Delbonnel

“I’m increasingly inclined to consider a film’s lighting as though it were sheet music. It’s about creating rapid movements, slower ones, soft or harsh sounds...everything is about the many variations that allow me to play on an idea in function of the dramaturgy and situations.”

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    Aleksandr Sokurov Russia, 2011

    The last piece in Russian director Alexander Sokurov’s “tetralogy of power,” a loose adaptation of Goethe’s masterwork, won the Golden Lion award in Venice. With distorted visuals and absurdist verve, Faust is a cinematic feat made of medical discoveries, philosophical musings and erratic passions.

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