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Edward Lachman

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Cinematographer

Life During Wartime  (2009)

| USA
Directed by: Todd Solondz
Cinematography by: Edward Lachman
Edited by: Kevin Messman

Cinematographer

I'm Not There  (2007)

| Germany, Canada, USA
Directed by: Todd Haynes
Cinematography by: Edward Lachman
Edited by: Jay Rabinowitz

Director Of Photography

Hounddog  (2007)

| USA
Directed by: Deborah Kampmeier
Cinematography by: Jim Denault, Edward Lachman
Edited by: Sabine Hoffman

Cinematographer

S1m0ne  (2002)

| USA
Directed by: Andrew Niccol
Cinematography by: Edward Lachman
Edited by: Paul Rubell

Director Of Photography

Far from Heaven  (2002)

| USA, France
Directed by: Todd Haynes
Cinematography by: Edward Lachman
Edited by: James Lyons

Director Of Photography: Desert Unit

Dr. T & the Women  (2000)

| USA, Germany
Directed by: Robert Altman
Cinematography by: Jan Kiesser
Edited by: Geraldine Peroni

The Limey  (1999)

| USA
Directed by: Steven Soderbergh
Cinematography by: Edward Lachman
Edited by: Sarah Flack

Cinematographer

Selena  (1997)

| USA
Directed by: Gregory Nava
Cinematography by: Edward Lachman
Edited by: Nancy Richardson

Cinematographer

Mississippi Masala  (1991)

| UK, USA
Directed by: Mira Nair
Cinematography by: Edward Lachman
Edited by: Roberto Silvi

Director Of Photography

Catchfire  (1990)

| USA
Cinematography by: Edward Lachman
Edited by: David Rawlins

Director Of Photography

Desperately Seeking Susan  (1985)

| USA
Directed by: Susan Seidelman
Cinematography by: Edward Lachman
Edited by: Andrew Mondshein

Cinematographer

Union City  (1980)

| USA
Directed by: Marcus Reichert
Cinematography by: Edward Lachman

Additional Photographer

Last Embrace  (1979)

| USA
Directed by: Jonathan Demme
Cinematography by: Tak Fujimoto
Edited by: Barry Malkin

Assistant Camera

The American Friend  (1977)

| West Germany, France
Directed by: Wim Wenders
Cinematography by: Robby Müller
Edited by: Peter Przygodda
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