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Villa Amalia  (2009)

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The movie Villa Amalia, released in 2009 and directed by Benoît Jacquot, was shot on film using Aaton 35-III Camera, Moviecam Compact Camera with Caroline Champetier as cinematographer and editing by Luc Barnier.
Directed by | Benoît Jacquot
Cinematography by | Caroline Champetier
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Country | France, Switzerland
Language | French, Italian
Genres | Drama

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Original Music by
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Set Decorator
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Assistant Production Manager
Production Manager: Italy
Unit Production Manager
Production Manager
Second Unit & Assistant Directors
First Assistant Director
Second Assistant Director
Trainee Assistant Director
Assistant Director: Location Unit
Third Assistant Director
Additional Second Assistant Director
Camera & Electrical Department
Steadicam Operator
Additional Electrician
First Assistant Camera
Camera Trainee
Still Photographer
Second Assistant Camera
Editorial Department
Telecine Dailies Colorist
Digital Conformation
Digital Conformation
Digital Conformation
Assistant Editor
Assistant Editor
Visual Effects Department
Smoke Artist
Digital Artist
Art Department
Titles Designer
Swing Gang
Property Master
Sound Department
Dubbing Recordist
Re-recording Mixer
Adr Supervisor
Re-recording Mixer
Boom Operator
Casting Department
Casting: Italy
Makeup Department
Wig Maker
Costume & Wardrobe Department
Music Department
Music Engineer
Additional Crew Members
Production Coordinator
Assistant To Producer
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