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miércoles, 15 de marzo de 2017

Henri Decaë director de fotografía nacido en Saint-Denis, Francia

1978 THE BOYS FROM BRASIL 


1957 ASCENSEUR POUR L'ÉCHAFAUD 


1958 LES 400 COUPS 


1949 LES ENFANTS TERRIBLES


1958 LES AMANTS


1959 PLEIN SOLEIL


Henri Decaë (31 July 1915 – 7 March 1987) gained fame as a cinematographer entering the film industry as a sound engineer and sound editor. He was a photojournalist in the French army during World War II. After the war he began making documentary shorts, directing and photographing industrial and commercial films. In 1947 he made his first feature film.
Decaë's liking for natural light, his ability to work at speed as well as his excellent photographic sensibility led to him working with René Clément on several features beginning with Plein soleil (1960). It was Decaë "...who liberated the camera, from its fixed tripod. He made the New Wave possible, backing up Melville, Malle, Chabrol and Truffaut."

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