One of the most renowned cinematographers in the entertainment industry has just died. According to reports, Robby Muller has passed away. He was 78 years old at the time of his death.
Muller had a long and successful career in the film industry. He worked on numerous projects, including “Dancer in the Dark,” “Down by Law,” “Repo Man” and “Paris, Texas" and others.
Originally born in Curacao, Muller was actual Dutch. He went on to study at the Netherlands Film Academy. He primarily worked directing photography.
Roger Ebert said of “Paris, Texas”: “The photography by Robby Muller contains the sense of a far horizon beyond every close shot," according to Page Six.
The last feature-length film he shot was Michael Winterbottom’s 2002 “24 Hour Party People,” which vividly captured the Manchester music scene of the 1980s. It was one of his best works.
"Sad news to start the day: masterful cinematographer Robby Muller has passed away. Muller helped realize the visions of Alex Cox, Wim Wenders, Jim Jarmusch and more, and was a wizard of light and shadow. The man may be gone but his work is eternal," wrote one cinema fan on Twitter.
Please join us in praying for Muller's family and friends as they mourn his loss. We ask that God's grace and healing comfort would surround them during this tough time.
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