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On Monday, “All Is Lost’s” Robert Redford won the actor prize from the New York Film Critics Circle, and he’s been the focus of most media attention for the film. But this drama is far from a one-man show. The pic was written and directed by J.C. Chandor. There is an irony that “Lost” was budgeted at $9 million but filmed in the $60 million “Titanic” tank in Baja California. Chandor salutes his crew, saying the low budget was possible only because of their ingenuity and hard work.

Cinematography: Frank De Marco, Peter Zuccharini

It was really a joint effort. The three of us were in Mexico for three months prior to shooting. We realized quickly that the movie works best in a first-person experiential way. Any time we’d get more than seven or eight feet away from Mr. Redford, we realized the movie works better when you were in the moment. »

- Tim Gray

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