• From the delicate natural lighting in Jacques Demy’s Lola to the breathtaking widescreen Technicolor in Jean-Luc Godard’s Pierrot le fou, the late cinematographer Raoul Coutard’s most indelible images remain hallmarks of modern French cinema. In his memory, we’ve gathered a selection of excerpts from our interviews with the master, conversations that reveal the depth of his technical ingenuity and collaborative spirit.

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  • By David Hollingsworth
    November 14, 2016
    08:24 PM

    Coutard's images have always left me spellbound. They really elevated the mood of many classic films, such PIERROT LE FOU, BREATHLESS, BAND OF OUTSIDERS, etc. This will be a really big loss to the film community for many years to come.
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