William Lubtchansky

William Lubtchansky (26 October 1937 – 4 May 2010), born in Paris, France, was an acclaimed French cinematographer. His first film was Agnes Varda's 1965 short, Elsa la Rose. Lubtchansky has shot over 100 films, including several for Jean-Luc Godard, Jacques Rivette, Jean Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet and Nadine Trintignant. He has also worked with Philippe Garrel, François Truffaut, Marcel Camus and Peter Brook (for the 1989 6-hour version of The Mahabharata). Lubtchansky died in Paris, France, on 4 May 2010 from heart disease.


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