PODCAST | Chiara Nicoletti interviews Ed Lachman, jury president of the 34th Torino Film Festival.
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Ed Lachman is the President of the Jury at the 34th Torino Film Festival. To his work as cinematographer we owe the poetic realism of masterpieces like the greatest film directed by Todd Haynes: Far Away from Heaven, I’m not there, the miniseries Mildred Pierce and the melò Carol. Lachman defines the elements and aspects he looks for while watching a film and in Turin while judging it and reveals who are the colleague cinematographers that he appreciates the most: Luca Bigazzi ( in his partnership with Sorrentino), Vittorio Storaro, Dick Pope, the 2016 Gran Premio Torino Christopher Doyle and last but not least Gianni Di Venanzo, considered the father of italian cinematography.
Ed Lachman. President of the jury Edward Lachman – ASC (USA) is a revered and award-winning cinematographer who has collaborated with directors such as Todd Haynes, Steven Soderbergh, Robert Altman, Sofia Coppola, Werner Herzog, Wim Wenders, Volker Schlöndorff and Jean-Luc Godard, among others. He is also a visual artist who has exhibited in many museums and galleries throughout the world. His work in Far From Heaven (2002) and Carol (2015) garnered him two Academy Award nominations and he received an Emmy nomination for the HBO miniseries Mildred Pierce (2011). In addition to fiction films, he has also worked in documentaries and experimental genres.