Diego Garcia

One of the most unique cinematographers in the world, whose singular eye for photography led him to shoot a wide variety of films around the world, moving between foreign art-house and American Indies. Originally from Mexico, Garcia has worked with famous directors from all around the world – Apichatpong Weerasethakul (“Cemetery of Splendor”, 2015), Carlos Reygadas (“Our Time”, 2018), Yorgos Lanthimos (“Nimic”, 2019), Sergei Loznitsa (“Victory Day”, 2018), and Paul Dano (“Wildlife”, 2018). Garcia has also worked on different auteur TV series, such as Michael Mann’s “Tokyo Vice” (2022), and Nicholas Winding-Refn’s “Too Old to Die Young” (2019). His most recent film, “Causeway” (2022), which was produced by and starred Jenifer Lawrence, received an Academy Award Nomination for Bryan Tyree Henry for Best Supporting Actor. In addition to his work in film and TV, Garcia is a highly regarded commercial cinematographer, with many credits to his name.

Cemetery of Splendor | 25.6, 16:00, Cinematheque 1
Causeway | 27.6, 14:30, Cinematheque 1
Wildlife | 30.6, 12:00, Cinematheque 2 + Q&A

Between Art-house and Indie – Conversation with Cinematographer Diego Garcia | 29.6, 16:00, Cinematheque 2