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See "Visions of Light" a documentary about Cinematography

At Abingdon College & District Film Society. The cinematographer is often the unsung hero of the film business, with the director taking the greater praise. In this marvellous documentary of interviews with many illustrious cinematographers, and clips from their films, we are taken behind the camera and into their world. “In the best tale of all, William Fraker recalls director Roman Polanski (during Rosemary’s Baby) telling him to make Ruth Gordon only partly visible through a bedroom door. The shot caused entire audiences thereafter, Fraker relates, to collectively crane their necks to see around the corner.” Desson Howe, Washington Post (Cert PG) Dirs: A Glassman/T McCarthy/S Samuels 91mins USA 1992

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  • Peter K.

    Sorry just realized unable to make the meeting due to prior commitment

    December 1

    • Jo and C.

      Thanks Peter - see you there another time, Jo

      December 1

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