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AFC - Hélène Louvart, AFC, Darius Khondji, AFC, ASC, et Eric Gautier, AFC, ont tourné en Kodak et en parlent


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Trois directeurs de la photographie membres de l'AFC ont utilisé pour le tournage d'un de leurs films, courant 2019, le support pellicule Kodak. Hélène Louvart a tourné Never Rarely Sometimes Always, d'Eliza Hittman, en 16 mm, Darius Khondji Uncut Gems, de Benny et Josh Safdie, en 35 mm, et Eric Gautier La Vérité, d'Hirokazu Kore-eda, en 35 mm 2perfs. A suivre, les liens vers des articles, en anglais, où chacun d'eux parle de son expérience...

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