A galaxy of cinema luminaries from Ken Loach and Ettore Scola to Wim Wenders and Bernardo Bertolucci pay tribute to the great Italian cinematographer Carlo di Palma, in a documentary that chronicles his extraordinary work for directors Visconiti, Antonioni, and Woody Allen. Directors and actors receive all the attention, but one of the key collaborators when making a film is the person behind the camera: the director of photography, or cinematographer. He cut his teeth as an assistant on some of the greatest films in cinema history: Visconti's Obsession, Rossellini's Rome, Open City De Sica's Bicycle Thieves.His eye for black-and-white film was masterful, but it was his innovations in colour with Antonioni's Red Desert and Blow-Up, in the mid-1960s, that set him apart as a genius of the medium. Director Fariborz Kamkari threads together stunning excerpts from the films, and interviews a galaxy of luminaries. The result is a glorious celebration of a humanist and an engaged artist of uncommon talent.
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