Tuesday, June 25, 2019

RIP Bruno de Keyzer

June 25, 2019

Bruno de Keyzer, Bertrand Tavernier's beloved chief operator, died near Deauville

He received the Caesar of the best photography in 1985 for "A Sunday in the countryside", Bruno de Keyzer, chief operator died Tuesday, June 25, 201 in Villerville (Calvados).

He was the cinematographer fetish Bertrand Tavernier with whom he has worked many times including A Sunday in the Country, Round Midnight, The Passion of Beatrice, Princess of Montpensier ... renowned Professional, Bruno de Keyzer died Tuesday, June 25 in Villerville (Calvados). He was 69

He was awarded a Cesar for best photography in 1985 for Bertrand Tavernier's A Sunday in the Country. Bruno de Keyzer had also been nominated for the César for best photography in 1990 for La Vie and nothing else and in 2010 for La Princesse de Montpensier.

His wife, Sylvaine, a film producer was living in Villerville and a community advisor.

de KEYZER, Bruno
Born: 8/11/1949, Maintenon, Eure-et-Loir, France
Died: 6/25/2019, Villerville, Calvados, France

Bruno de Keyzer’s western – cinematographer:
The North Star - 1996 years old.

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