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Also Known As: William Lubtschansky, William Lubtchanski Died: May 4, 2010
Born: October 26, 1937 Cause of Death: heart disease
Birth Place: Paris, FR Profession: director of photography

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Prolific French cinematographer who has collaborated with Jean-Luc Godard ("Every Man for Himself" 1980), Jacques Rivette ("La Belle noiseuse" 1991), Straub/Huillet, Jacques Doillon and Jean-Pierre Mocky. Regarded as one of the greatest practitioners of his art, Lubtchansky was also a pioneer of video photography, as witnessed by his collaborations with Godard in that medium in the 70s and 80s.

Prolific French cinematographer who has collaborated with Jean-Luc Godard ("Every Man for Himself" 1980), Jacques Rivette ("La Belle noiseuse" 1991), Straub/Huillet, Jacques Doillon and Jean-Pierre Mocky. Regarded as one of the greatest practitioners of his art, Lubtchansky was also a pioneer of video photography, as witnessed by his collaborations with Godard in that medium in the 70s and 80s.

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Began career as assistant to cinematographers Andreas Winding and Willy Kurant in 1960s
1968:
Completed first three films as full-fledged director of photography, including Jean-Luc Godard's "Un film comme les autres"
1976:
First collaboration with Jacques Rivette, "Duelle" (the first of Rivette's abandoned four-film series "Les filles du feu"); completed Rivette's second and final installment of series, "Noroit"

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Ecole Louis Lumiere: -

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