Cinematographer of ‘Slums of Beverly Hills’ Was 72 – The Hollywood Reporter

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Cinematographer Tom Richmond, whose résumé included work on such movies as Stand and ShipKilling ZoeLittle OdessaSlums of Beverly Hills and Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist, has died. He was 72.

Richmond died Friday in New York Metropolis, Anthony Jannelli, head of cinematography at NYU’s Tisch College of the Arts, informed The Hollywood Reporter (Richmond additionally taught at NYU). The reason for demise was not instantly accessible.

Richmond, who was the director of images on almost 4 dozen options, additionally shot Keenan Ivory Wayans’ I’m Gonna Git You Sucka (1988), Scott Silver’s Johns (1996), Rob Zombie’s Home of 1,000 Corpses (2003) and Todd Solondz’s Palindromes (2004).

He gained the very best cinematography prize at Sundance in 2006 for his work on Proper at Your Door, a drama a couple of terrorist assault involving chemical bombs.

He obtained Spirit Award nominations for Stand & Ship (1988), the Edward James Olmos breakout directed by Ramón Menéndez; Pastime (1990), a love letter to baseball; and the Tim Roth-starring crime drama Little Odessa (1994), which marked James Grey’s function directorial debut.

Richmond shot each movie helmed by Keith Gordon — The Chocolate Warfare (1988), A Midnight Clear (1992), Mom Evening (1996), Waking the Lifeless (2000) and The Singing Detective (2003).

And for director Jesse Peretz, he served because the D.P. on First Love, Final Rites (1997), The Château (2001) and The Ex (2006).

Richmond “was an older man with the vibe of a teenage skateboarder. He used to discuss with himself on the Keith Richards of images. And in a approach he was precisely that,” Peretz wrote on Fb.

“He taught me not solely a lot about images but in addition about character and story. He by no means wished the images to upstage the characters — and in that approach he served his films and their tales, even when it undermined his capability to seize the limelight and promote himself.”

Tom Richmond and director Robin B. Armstrong (prime) on the set of 1990’s ‘Pastime’

Courtesy of Everett Assortment

Born in Bronxville, New York, in 1950, Thomas Julian Richmond graduated from Harvard College with a level in images.

He studied at UCLA movie college from 1976-78 and on the American Movie Institute from 1979-80, then served as a digicam operator on Alex Cox’s Repo Man (1984) and Oliver Stone’s Salvador (1986).

He and Cox would reunite for Straight to Hell (1987), Walker (1987) and The Winner (1996).

For Little Odessa, he and Grey determined to go widescreen and shoot within the 2.35 side ratio utilized by Sergio Leone in his spaghetti Westerns.

Along with Roger Avary’s Killing Zoe (1993), Tamara Jenkins’ Slums of Beverly Hills (1998) and Peter Sollett’s Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist (2008), Richmond photographed C.M. Talkington’s Love & a .45 (1994), Ross Kagan Marks’ The Twilight of the Golds (1996), Ethan Hawke’s Chelsea Partitions (2001), Brian Koppelman and David Levien’s Knockaround Guys (2001), J.P. Schaefer’s Chapter 27 (2007) and Rob Meyer’s A Birder’s Information to All the pieces (2013).   

An enormous music fan — particularly punk rock — Richmond shot music movies for Pearl Jam (“Jeremy”), New Order, Iris DeMent, Emmylou Harris, Foo Fighters, Grace Jones, The Go-Go’s, Eric Clapton and extra.

Lately, he taught at Brooklyn Faculty in addition to at NYU.



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