March 31, 1948 |
Morristown, New Jersey, U.S.
Edward Lachman, A.S.C. (born March 31, 1948) is an American cinematographer. Lachman is mostly associated with the American independent film movement, and has served as director of photography on films by Todd Haynes (including Far From Heaven, which earned Lachman an Academy Award nomination) and I'm Not There in 2007 and Steven Soderbergh such as Erin Brockovich. His other work include Desperately Seeking Susan in 1985 as well as Robert Altman's last picture A Prairie Home Companion in 2006. Lachman has also worked on several non-American films, including two documentaries by Wim Wenders (one of which, Lightning Over Water, was shot in the United States) and La Soufrière by Werner Herzog.
In 2013 He produced the series of collaborating videos for the new Daft Punk Album Random Access Memories.
Life and education
Lachman was born in Morristown, New Jersey; he received a BA from Harvard University in 1965 and studied in France at the University of Tours before pursuing a BFA in painting at Ohio University.
- Carol (2015)
- IMDB: Edward Lachman - Awards
- Michael Wilmington (June 7, 1989). "'Imagining America': Four Riffs on a Common Theme". The Los Angeles Times.
- Internet Encyclopedia of Cinematographers: Edward Lachman
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