Tango -- The Production
VITTORIO STORARO (Cinematography) -- Born in Rome in 1940, collaborates once again with Carlos Saura. After undertaking the cinematography for two of the Spanish master's previous films, Taxi and Flamenco, he says that "working with such a gifted director is a very rewarding experience for him."

Vittorio StoraroHonored three times with an Oscar for Best Photography, Vittorio Storaro is a past master in the use of the camera as a palette for his vision of light and color. From the bleak heart of darkness in the jungle landscapes of Coppola's Apocalypse Now to the bold modernity he vested into the cityscapes of Dick Tracy, Storaro clearly "loves life through form and image."

1969 The Bird with the Crystal Plumage
The Phantom of Terror
Delitto al Circolo Del Tennis
1970 Giovinezza Giovinezza
The Spider's Strategm
1971 Addio, Fratello Grudell
The Conformist
Orlando Furioso
1972 Corpo d'Amore
1973 Giordano Bruno
Last Tango in Paris
1977 1900
1979 Agatha
Apocalypse Now (Oscar for Best Cinematography)
La Luna
1981 Reds (Oscar for Best Cinematography)
1982 One From the Heart
1983 Wagner
1985 Ladyhawke
1986 Captain Eo
1987 Ishtar
The Last Emperor (Oscar for Best Cinematography)
1988 Tucker: The Man and his Dream
1989 New York Stories
1990 Dick Tracy (Nominated for an Oscar)
The Sheltering Sky
1991 Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse
1993 Visions of Light: The Art of Cinematography (Documentary Interviewee)
1994 Little Buddha
1995 Flamenco
1996 Taxi
1997 Tango

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