Vittorio Storaro filmography

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Vittorio Storaro at Cannes in 2001

Vittorio Storaro is an Italian cinematographer, and member of the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) and Italian Society of Cinematographers (AIC). Storaro's early films were made in his homeland of Italy, where he began early collaborations with Italian director Bernardo Bertolucci, with whom he has continued to collaborate with throughout his career. Storaro and Bertolucci's first major project was the 1970 film The Conformist, based on the Italian novel of the same name.

Storaro's first American film was Apocalypse Now, directed by Francis Ford Coppola. Storaro won an Academy Award for his work on the film, followed by two more Oscars for his work on Reds and The Last Emperor, and a nomination for Dick Tracy. Storaro also acted as cinematographer on films such as Last Tango in Paris, Ishtar, Bulworth, and Exorcist: The Beginning. In addition to Bertolucci and Coppola, Storaro has worked with directors such as Richard Donner, Warren Beatty, and Carlos Saura. Throughout his career, Storaro has been nominated for and won many awards for his work as a cinematographer, including a Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Society of Cinematographers.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Director
1962 Attack of the Normans Giuseppe Vari
1966 Il Labirinto Silvio Maestranzi
1966 The Scream Camillo Bazzoni
1969 Youth March Franco Rossi
1969 The Rage Within Franco Rossetti
1970 The Bird with the Crystal Plumage Dario Argento
1970 The Conformist Bernardo Bertolucci
1970 The Spider's Stratagem Bernardo Bertolucci
1971 Eneide Franco Rossi
1971 The Fifth Cord Luigi Bazzoni
1971 'Tis Pity She's a Whore Giuseppe Patroni Griffi
1972 Body of Love Fabio Carpi
1972 Last Tango in Paris Bernardo Bertolucci
1973 Malicious Salvatore Samperi
1973 Brothers Blue Luigi Bazzoni
1973 Revolt of the City Giuliano Montaldo
1974 Identikit Giuseppe Patroni Griffi
1975 Footprints on the Moon Luigi Bazzoni/Mario Fanelli
1975 Orlando Furioso Luca Ronconi
1976 1900 Bernardo Bertolucci
1976 Scandal Salvatore Samperi
1979 Agatha Michael Apted
1979 Apocalypse Now Francis Ford Coppola
1979 Luna Bernardo Bertolucci
1981 Reds Warren Beatty
1982 One From the Heart Francis Ford Coppola
1983 Wagner Tony Palmer
1985 Ladyhawke Richard Donner
1986 Peter the Great Marvin J. Chomsky/Lawrence Schiller
1987 Ishtar Elaine May
1987 The Last Emperor Bernardo Bertolucci
1988 Tucker: The Man and His Dream Francis Ford Coppola
1989 New York Stories
segment: "Life Without Zoe"
Francis Ford Coppola
1990 Dick Tracy Warren Beatty
1990 The Sheltering Sky Bernardo Bertolucci
1992 Writing with Light: Vittorio Storaro David Thompson
1992 Tosca Brian Large
1993 Roma Imago Urbis Luigi Bazzoni
1993 Little Buddha Bernardo Bertolucci
1995 Flamenco Carlos Saura
1996 Taxi Carlos Saura
1998 Bulworth Warren Beatty
1998 Tango Carlos Saura
1999 Goya Carlos Saura
2000 Mirka Rachid Benhadj
2000 Picking Up the Pieces Alfonso Arau
2000 La Traviata Pierre Cavassilas
2000 Frank Herbert's Dune John Harrison
2004 Zapata - El sueño del héroe Alfonso Arau
2004 Exorcist: The Beginning Renny Harlin
2005 Dominion: Prequel to the Exorcist Paul Schrader
2005 All the Invisible Children
segment: "Ciro"
Stefano Veneruso
2007 Caravaggio Angelo Longoni
2008 The Trick in the Sheet Alfonso Arau
2009 Io, Don Giovanni Carlos Saura
2010 Dare to Love Me Alfonso Arau
2010 Kingdom Come Dean Wright

Awards and nominations[edit]

Academy Awards
Year Film Result Award Category
1979 Apocalypse Now Won Oscar Best Cinematography
1982 Reds Won Best Cinematography
1988 The Last Emperor Won Best Cinematography
1991 Dick Tracy Nominated Best Cinematography
British Academy of Film and Television Arts
Year Film Result Award Category
1980 Apocalypse Now Nominated BAFTA Film Award Best Cinematography[1]
1983 Reds Nominated Best Cinematography[2]
1989 The Last Emperor Nominated Best Cinematography[3]
1991 The Sheltering Sky Won Best Cinematography[4]
Emmy Awards
Year Film Result Award Category
1986 Peter the Great Nominated Primetime Emmy Award Best Cinematography (Miniseries or Special)
2001 Dune Won Best Cinematography (Miniseries or Movie)
Cannes Film Festival
Year Film Result Award Category
1998 Tango, no me dejes nunca Won Technical Grand Prize[5] N/A
American Society of Cinematographers
Year Film Result Award Category
1988 The Last Emperor Nominated ASC Award Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography (Theatrical Release)
1991 Dick Tracy Nominated Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography (Theatrical Release)
2001 Dune Nominated Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography (Movies of the Week, Miniseries, or Pilot Episodes)
N/A N/A Lifetime Achievement Award N/A
British Society of Cinematographers
Year Film Result Award Category
1979 Apocalypse Now Nominated BSC Award Best Cinematography
1988 The Last Emperor Won Best Cinematography
1990 Dick Tracy Nominated Best Cinematography
National Society of Film Critics
Year Film Result Award Category
1972 The Conformist Won NSFC Award Best Cinematography
New York Film Critics Circle Awards
Year Film Result Award Category
1987 The Sheltering Sky Won NYFCC Award Best Cinematography
1990 The Last Emperor Won Best Cinematography
Los Angeles Film Critics Association
Year Film Result Award Category
1981 Reds Won LAFCA Award Best Cinematography
1988 The Last Emperor Won Best Cinematography
European Film Awards
Year Film Result Award Category
2000 Goya en Burdeos Won European Film Award Best Cinematography[6]
Goya Awards
Year Film Result Award Category
1996 Flamenco (de Carlos Saura) Nominated Goya Best Cinematography
1999 Tango, no me dejes nunca Nominated Best Cinematography
2000 Goya en Burdeos Won Best Cinematography

References[edit]

General
Specific
  1. ^ "Past Winners and Nominees – Film Nominations 1979". British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Retrieved 2008-01-22. 
  2. ^ "Past Winners and Nominees – Film Nominations 1982". British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Retrieved 2008-01-22. 
  3. ^ "Past Winners and Nominees – Film Nominations 1988". British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Retrieved 2008-01-22. 
  4. ^ "Past Winners and Nominees – Film Nominations 1990". British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Retrieved 2008-01-22. 
  5. ^ "Festival de Cannes: Tango". festival-cannes.com. Festival de Cannes. Retrieved 2010-07-17. 
  6. ^ "European Film Awards 2000 – The Winners". European Film Awards. Archived from the original on 2007-08-15. Retrieved 2008-01-20. 

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