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    Christopher Doyle Says He's The "Keith Richards Of Cinematography," Disses 'Wolf Of Wall Street' & More

    These days, Christopher Doyle is mostly well known for the projects he's done in the past (notably with Wong Kar-Wai) than anything he's currently shooting (the last movie he lensed to get any kind of stateside release was the little seen Michael Cera/Juno Temple thriller "Magic Magic"). Oh, he's al...

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    Kickstarting A Short Sci-Fi Film Starring Chinese Artist Ai Weiwei

    Having been called “The Most Powerful Artist in the World” and “China’s Most Dangerous Man,” Chinese contemporary artist Ai Wei Wei has made much of an impact in the world of art, and some of his most notable pieces have been in the art of cinema.

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    Watch: 6-Minute Ode To 21st Century Cinematographers

    We’re nearly fifteen years into the 21st century and despite the frequent predictions of the implosion of cinema, the industry and medium is still going strong. While much has been made recently about the end of celluloid, a great deal of the best cinematic work in the past decade has been captured ...

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    Review: ‘Magic Magic’ Starring Michael Cera, Juno Temple & Emily Browning

    Your film stars a who’s who of young, on-the-rise actors who carry brand name recognition within the independent film world: Michael Cera (“Arrested Development”), talented and versatile British actress Juno Temple (“Killer Joe," “Jack And Diane," “The Dark Knight Rises,"“The Three Musketeers,” Emil...

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    Watch: Wong Kar-Wai & Christopher Doyle Talk 'Chungking Express' On BBC's 'Moving Pictures'

    Wong Kar-wai's historical martial arts epic “The Grandmaster” comes ever closer to the U.S., having already been released in most of the rest of the world, and reviewed by our correspondent in Berlin. But if you'd like to refresh your memory about the stunning Hong Kong films that first made him an ...

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    “Fuck The Departed": Christopher Doyle On Franchises & What It Takes To Be A Filmmaker

    Geez, turn Christopher Doyle and you'll get a good quote. The famed and cinematographer is nothing if not candid about this feelings on movies, prone to pouring his particular brand of acid on stuff like "Life Of Pi" or "Lincoln." Dropping into Canada last week to speak at Toronto's TIFF Bell Lightb...

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    Watch: 50-Minute Documentary 'In The Mood For Doyle' About Cinematographer Christopher Doyle

    As we learned about a week ago when he thoroughly trashed both Ang Lee's "Life Of Pi" and Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln," Christopher Doyle doesn't hold back. He's an open book, warts and all, and when he sits down to chat, he'll answer your questions. And the celebrated cinematographer has more than ...

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    Christopher Doyle Calls 'Life Of Pi' A "Fucking Insult To Cinematography," Hates On 'Lincoln' & More

    While high-profile Oscar contenders like Best Picture winner "Argo," "Zero Dark Thirty" and "Django Unchained" all had various amounts of haterade poured all over them, one movie that was pretty much untouchable all season long was "Life Of Pi." Outside of the whole mini VFX controversy thing -- whi...

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    Watch: BBC Docu About Christopher Doyle & His Work On 'In the Mood for Love,' 'Chungking Express' & More

    Among the many, many cinematographers lensing pictures in the movie industry, there are few whose names immediately evoke a singular, stylistic sensibility. One of those folks is Christohper Doyle. Rising to fame thanks to his collaborations with Wong Kar-Wai, the cinemtographer has mostly worked in...

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    Cinematographer Christopher Doyle To Lens First 3D Film 'The Rabbit Horror'

    Perhaps best known for his collaboration with Wong Kar-Wai on a run of the director's films including "Ashes Of Times," "Happy Together," "Fallen Angels," "2046" and "In The Mood For Love" cinematographer Christopher Doyle has always seemed to go wherever his interests lie. He's worked with Gus Van ...

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