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educator , cinematographer

Tomàs Pladevall, Spanish cinematographer, educator. Recipient Best Technician prize Catalan Motion Picture Industry, 1986, 87, Prisma Atomic Energy Commission prize for Best Spanish Photography, 1998, Critics' Sant Jordi prize XLIII edition for contribution to Spanish Motion Picture Industry During 1998.

Background

Pladevall, Tomàs was born on November 25, 1946 in Sabadell, Spain. Son of Francesc Pladevall and Concepció Fontanet.

Education

Graduate, Technology Engineers School, Terrassa, Spain, 1969. Director of photography, Escuela Oficial Cinematografia, Madrid, 1972.

Career

Cinematographer, since 1972. Associate professor audio-visual communications studies University Barcelona, Spain. Films include Warsaw Bridge, Actrices, Train of Shadows, Tic Tac, The Pianist, Leo.

Photographer over 400 commercials, documentaries, others. Lighting designer plays. Lighting director ceremonies 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games.

Member Spanish Academy Foundation Arts and Sciences in Cinematography.

Membership

Member Association Española de Autores de Fotografía Cinematográfica, Spanish Association Cinematographers, European Federation Directors Photography.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Linguistics.

Connections

father:
Francesc Pladevall

mother:
Concepció Fontanet