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Closer: The Intimate Imagery of Yves Bélanger - Creative Planet Network
Fandor's essay explores the cinematographer's style

Fandor produced a video essay, "Language of the Image: Yves Bélanger," that explores the cinematographer's style, who has worked with director Jean-Marc Vallée to develop "a naturalistic style that is always aware of their actors' reactions." Through projects including Wild, Dallas Buyers Club, Big Little Lies, and Sharp Objects, Bélanger and Vallée create an affecting realism.

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