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Hollywood Cinematographer Allen Daviau, Dies Of COVID19 At 77

The filmmaker who was reportedly a regular contributor to Steven Spielberg, has just died at the age of 77 from complications resulting from coronavirus.

The cinematographer, Allen Daviau, who had made regular contribution to Steven Spielberg on films such as "ET The Extra-Terrestrial" and "The Empire of the Sun", died of complications caused by the coronavirus at age 77.

The professional who died in the retirement community Casa de Campo and Hospital de Cine y Televisión, has left several admirers of his legacy deeply touched by his departure.
This is demonstrated by some tweets published where they recognize the plans and colors that Daviau left for posterity.

One of the most important publications without a doubt is that of Amblin, the producer of Steven Spielberg where he was a collaborator. In the tweet a few words from the same renowned film director are shared.

"In 1968 me and Allen and I started our careers side by side with the short Amblin '. Allen was a wonderful artist, but his warmth and humanity were as powerful as his glasses. He was a particular talent and a beautiful human being.”

Signed the established director.

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