Name Affonso Beato
|Full Name Affonso Henrique Beato|
Born July 13, 1941 (age 74) (1941-07-13) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Nominations Goya Award for Best Cinematography, Grande Premio do Cinema Brasileiro for Best Cinematography
Movies All About My Mother, Trembling Flesh, Time and the Wind, Love in the Time of Cholera, The Queen
Similar People Jose Salcedo, Jim McBride, Agustin Almodovar, Jayme Monjardim, Alberto Iglesias
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Affonso Henrique Beato (born July 13, 1941) is a Brazilian cinematographer.
Beato was born in Rio de Janeiro. He started his cinematic career during the 1960s, gaining international recognition with his work on Glauber Rocha's Antonio das Mortes (1969).
From the 1970s, he started an international career, notably collaborating with directors Jim McBride (The Big Easy, Great Balls of Fire! and others) and Pedro Almodóvar (The Flower of My Secret, Live Flesh and All About My Mother). In 2004, he worked on fellow Brazilian Walter Salles's first Hollywood effort Dark Water.