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Vittorio Storaro


Vittorio Storaro, the award-winning cinematographer who won Oscars for "Apocalypse Now (1979)", "Reds (1981)" and "The Last Emperor (1987)". He was born on June 24, 1940 in Rome, where his father was a projectionist at the Lux Film Studio. At the age of 11, he began studying photography at a technical school. He enrolled at C.I.A.C (Italian ... See full bio »

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Won 3 Oscars. Another 46 wins & 36 nominations. See more awards »

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Apocalypse Now Cinematographer
(1979)
The Last Emperor Cinematographer
(1987)
Dick Tracy Cinematographer
(1990)
The Sheltering Sky Cinematographer
(1990)

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 2017 Wonder Wheel (cinematography)
 2016 Café Society
 2010 Flamenco, Flamenco (Documentary)
 2010 Rigoletto a Mantova (TV Movie) (director of photography)
 2007 Caravaggio (TV Movie)
 2005 All the Invisible Children (segment "Ciro")
 2004 L'Armata Russa in Vaticano (TV Movie)
 2001 You Can (Video short)
 2000 Le cose che hai amato di piu' (Video short)
 2000 Dune (TV Mini-Series) (3 episodes)
- Episode #1.3 (2000)
- Episode #1.2 (2000)
- Episode #1.1 (2000)
 2000 La traviata (TV Movie)
 2000 Mirka
 1998 Tango
 1998 Bulworth
 1996 Taxi
 1995 Flamenco (Documentary)
 1993 Little Buddha
 1992 Tosca: In the Settings and at the Times of Tosca (TV Movie) (director of photography)
 1990 Dick Tracy
 1989 New York Stories (segment "Life without Zoe")
 1987 The Last Emperor (photography)
 1987 Ishtar
 1986 Peter the Great (TV Mini-Series) (4 episodes)
- Part IV (1986)
- Episode #1.3 (1986)
- Pt II (1986)
- Episode #1.1 (1986)
 1985 Ladyhawke (photography)
 1981-1984 Wagner (TV Mini-Series) (10 episodes)
- Episode #1.9 (1984)
- Episode #1.8 (1984)
- Episode #1.7 (1984)
- Episode #1.6 (1984)
- Episode #1.10 (1983)
 1983 Le Ombre (TV Movie)
 1982 Arlecchino (Short)
 1981 Reds
 1980 On My Own (Short)
 1979 Luna
 1979 Apocalypse Now (photography)
 1979 Agatha
 1976 Submission
 1976 1900 (director of photography)
 1974 Orlando furioso (TV Mini-Series) (5 episodes)
- Episode #1.5 (1974)
- Episode #1.4 (1974)
- Episode #1.3 (1974)
- Episode #1.2 (1974)
- Episode #1.1 (1974)
 1973 Grandi Naïf Jugoslavi (Short)
 1973 Malicious
 1972 Corpo d'amore
 1972 Last Tango in Paris (director of photography)
 1971 Giornata nera per l'ariete (director of photography)
 1971 Eneide (TV Series)
 1970 The Conformist (director of photography)
 1970 The Bird with the Crystal Plumage (director of photography)
 1969 Youth March
 1966 Il labirinto (Documentary short)
 1966 Rapporto segreto (Short)
 1966 Sirtaki (Short)
 1966 Sortilegio (Short)
 1966 L'urlo (Short)
 1963 Un delitto (Short)
 1961 Etruscologia (Short)
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So when I approached, recently, Woody Allen to do his new movie, I said to myself, "I have to realize that progress is one word - that you cannot stop it. You can push it or you can slow it down, but you cannot stop it. So it's much better to be conscious now of this kind of evolution. It's better to be part of this evolution in order for you to know this new system, to do whatever you can to ... See more »

Trivia:

Created the "Univisium" system - a 3-perforation 35mm format with an aspect ratio of 2:1 - with the intention of this becoming a universal aspect ratio for both film and TV. He has insisted on cropping all of his movies to the 2:1 aspect ratio in order for his films to comply with the Univision system. See more »

Trademark:

Scenes are often illuminated with light from the side instead of overhead. For interiors the main source of light appeared to come through windows; for exteriors, the sun low in the sky.

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