Born in 1920, Raymond Cauchetier is one of the most famous photographers of the French cinema. Stage photographer for the greatest of the New Wave filmmakers (Jean-Luc Godard, François Truffaut, Jacques Demy), Raymond Cauchetier has distinguished himself by a radical new approach to his work. While his contemporaries were only capturing film scenes, Cauchetier was paying attention to the off-camera moments as well as the work of the director, the actors and the technicians. More than anyone else, his approach allowed him to capture the spirit and the cinematographic revolution of the New Wave cinema period. Raymond Cauchetier owes also...
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