In 2002, it seemed truer than ever: Just as the New York Film Festival offers the work of some of the world’s best directors, so does it showcase the images of some of the world’s greatest cinematographers. This year’s festival, sponsored as always by the Film Society of Lincoln Center, opened September 27 with Alexander Payne’s About Schmidt, and closed October 13 with Pedro Almodóvar’s Talk to Her, but its greatest visual riches were to be found in between. Vying for honors for most ...

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