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Photographer Eva Sereny Captured Sets Of Iconic Films

Sereny was one of the only female set photographers in the ’70s, and worked with every major director, from Bernardo Bertolucci to Steven Spielberg.
Sereny worked on three 'Indiana Jones' movies thanks to her friendship with producer Frank Marshall. "Steven's sets were the most fun," she says. This playful moment was taken on the set of 1984's 'Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom': From left, Kate Capshaw, director Spielberg (who would marry Capshaw), 'Jones' franchise creator George Lucas and star Harrison Ford.
CUL_Sereny_01 Source: Photograph by Eva Sereny (Iconic Images)

Eva Sereny got to work with François Truffaut just once—on 1973’s —but the French director shared a piece of advice she’s never forgotten. “He told me, ‘If you’ve seen a good film, you must see it two or three times,’” says

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