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Watch A Young Sidney Poitier And Diahann Carroll Fall In Love In 'Paris Blues'

28 May 2014 8:04 AM, PDT | ShadowAndAct | See recent ShadowAndAct news »

My post about Diahann Carroll's enchanting cameo in the 1961 film. Goodbye Again (Here), got me thinking about that other black and white film shot in Paris, that she was in that same year, Paris Blues. Directed by Martin Ritt, a great American director who I still think is terribly underrated (Hud, The Molly Maguires, Norma Rae, Sounder), the film is admittedly rather thin, plot-wise. More of a souffle than a full course meal. But it's made with real style, and has a wonderful vibrant feel to it, likely in large credit to a great score by Duke Ellington. And besides, what city in the world looks more beautiful in black and white than Paris? The film revolves around two »

- Sergio

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Asc Honoree Dean Cundey Weathered Seismic Changes in Lensers’ Craft

29 January 2014 10:00 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Dean Cundey — the latest recipient the Asc’s highest honor, its Lifetime Achievement Award — might have started out in low-budget genre films, but his career trajectory has led him to the summit of envelope-bursting technology on such films as the “Back to the Future” trilogy, “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” and “Jurassic Park.”

The first two were directed by Robert Zemeckis, who made six films with Cundey. “He doesn’t try to create a magnificent piece of cinematography if it doesn’t serve the story first and foremost,” Zemeckis says. “It’s all about story with Dean.”

What the two created was magnificent and had hardly been seen previously. Discussing “Roger Rabbit” (1988), Cundey, 67, says while earlier movies had combined live-action and animation, the results tended to look “uneven and a bit like comicbooks, whereas we went for a very realistic look.” He shot the film with a VistaVision camera using Eastman 5247 stock, »

- Iain Blair

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