Understanding the Cinematography of The Theory of Everything
by Rosie Howe
In this video essay, Rosie Howe explores the stunning cinematography of Benoit Delhomme in James Marsh’s 2014 film, The Theory of Everything, illustrating how color and light shape the narrative and add depth to the film’s characters.
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