EDWARD LACHMAN, A.S.C. (born March 31, 1948) is an American
cinematographer and director. Lachman is mostly associated with the
American independent film movement, and has served as director of
photography on films by
Todd Haynes (including _
Far From Heaven _ in
2002, which earned Lachman an
In 1989, Lachman co-directed a segment of the anthology film _ Imagining America _. In 2002, Lachman co-directed the controversial _ Ken Park _ with Larry Clark . In 2013, Lachman produced a series of videos in collaboration with French electronic duo Daft Punk , for the duo's album _ Random Access Memories _.
* 1 Life and education * 2 Selected credits * 3 References * 4 External links
LIFE AND EDUCATION
Lachman was born to a Jewish family in Morristown, New Jersey , the son of Rosabel (Roth) and Edward Lachman, a movie theater distributor and owner. He attended Harvard University and studied in France at the University of Tours before pursuing a BFA in painting at Ohio University . He has a daughter, Bella Lachman, who lives in Amsterdam.
* _La Soufrière _ (1977) * _ Lightning Over Water _ (1980) * _ Desperately Seeking Susan _ (1985) * _ Tokyo-Ga _ (1985) * "Less Than Zero " (1987) * _ Light Sleeper _ (1992) * _Touch _ (1997) * _The Virgin Suicides _ (1999) * _ The Limey _ (1999) * _Erin Brockovich _ (2000) * _ Far From Heaven _ (2002) * _A Prairie Home Companion _ (2006) * _ Import/Export _ (2007) * _I\'m Not There _ (2007) * _Life During Wartime _ (2009) * _Mildred Pierce _ (2011) * _Paradise_ trilogy (2012) * _Carol _ (2015) * _Weiner-Dog _ (2016) * _Wonderstruck _ (2017)
* ^ "The 75th Academy Awards". Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences . Retrieved September 14, 2015. * ^ Michael Wilmington (June 7, 1989). "\'Imagining America\': Four Riffs on a Common Theme". _ The Los Angeles Times _. * ^ Times of Israel: "The tribe at the Oscars, 2016" by Nate Bloom February 25, 2016 * ^ http://www.filmreference.com/film/33/Edward-Lachman.html * ^ _A_ _B_ Internet Encyclopedia of Cinematographers: Edward Lachman * ^ https://www.nytimes.com/1964/08/07/obituary-1-no-title.html * ^ Erbland, Kate (January 25, 2016). "How I Shot That: Ed Lachman Overcomes the Usual Challenges to Lens the Audacious \'Wiener-Dog\'". _Indiewire.com_. Retrieved April 17, 2016.