Vittorio Storaro

2005 - Cinematographer

Celebrating the art of Cinematography in 2005, the Coolidge Award honored Vittorio Storaro, whose career has impacted the way we see films, and has enriched our experience immeasurably.

The 2nd Annual Coolidge Award

On April 5, 2005, Vittorio Storaro flew in from Rome for the Coolidge Award Festivities. Events over the two days included:

  • A special screening of Reds, with a print supervised by Storaro himself, who introduced the film and answered audience questions afterward.

  • A panel discussion with fellow cinematographers Stefan Czapsky, Richard Crudo, and documentary deity Albert Maysles.

  • On April 6th, a gala award ceremony included live performances of Opera, Flamenco and Tango. Eloquent tributes were paid to Mr. Storaro by film critic and scholar Elvis Mitchell, B.U. professor and author Jeff Kline, journalist