Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Cannes Opener 'Cafe Society': Vittorio Storaro Emerges the Star of Woody Allen's Hollywood Valentine

Narrated by Woody Allen himself, $30-million "Cafe Society" is his most lavishly mounted and first digital movie, lovingly photographed by famed Italian three-time Oscar-winner Vittorio Storaro in highly stylized compositions on the Sony CineAlta F65 camera. Another nomination may be in the offing for the cinematographer of "Reds," "Apocalypse Now," and "The Last Emperor," along with production and costume design. READ MORE: IndieWire's Review of 'Cafe Society' For the first time in the Cannes competition, the Amazon Studios logo came up on the screen at Cannes' Debussy Theatre as the assembled press corps Monday...

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