A Tribute to Robby Müller

Repertory Series!

Wednesday, September 5 – Wednesday, September 12, 2018

The extremely gifted cinematographer Robby Müller sadly passed away over the summer and we take this opportunity to celebrate his remarkable career. From his formative collaborations with Wim Wenders, through his dabbling in Hollywood, to his work with indie film legends like Jim Jarmusch and Sara Driver, Müller proved himself to be a significant film artist. His eye for photography carried from both austere black-and-white work (DEAD MAN, DOWN BY LAW, KINGS OF THE ROAD) to saturated color (THE AMERICAN FRIEND, MYSTERY TRAIN). He was also able to create spaces where desaturated landscapes sit beside garish tones for an unsettling effect in films like TO LIVE AND DIE IN L.A. and PARIS, TEXAS. This brief film series is just a small taste of the beauty that Müller was able to achieve with his camera.

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Dead Man


Barfly


24 Hour Party People


To Live and Die in L.A.


Paris, Texas


The American Friend


Kings of the Road


Down by Law


Honeysuckle Rose


When Pigs Fly


Mystery Train