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Ricardo Aronovich

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Ricardo Aronovich
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Born (1930-01-03) January 3, 1930 (age 92)
Buenos Aires, Argentina
OccupationFilmmaker, Cinematographer
Years active1950s to present

Ricardo Aronovich (born January 3, 1930, in Buenos Aires) is an Argentinean cinematographer known for his work for directors such as Hugo Santiago, Costa-Gavras, Ettore Scola and Raúl Ruiz.[1]



  • 1965 Candango Trophy for Best Cinematography for Vereda de Salvação
  • 1978 César Award for Best Cinematography nominated for Providence
  • 1984 César Award for Best Cinematography nominated for Le Bal
  • 1997 Best Cinematography at the Havana Film Festival for El Impostor
  • 2001 Career Award at the ABC Cinematography Award
  • 2012 Golden Unicorn for Career Achievement at the Amiens International Film Festival


  1. ^ "Meet the Argentine Jew Who Shared a Nightmare With Director Alain Resnais". Retrieved 2018-08-18.

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