LOS ANGELES — Harris Savides, the acclaimed cinematographer who worked frequently with Gus Van Sant and David Fincher, died at 55.
Savides died Wednesday night, his representatives at The Skouras Agency confirmed Thursday. They did not release a cause of death.
Savides was known for vividly recreating the hazy hues of 1970s cinema in films such as Fincher’s “Zodiac,” Ridley Scott’s “American Gangster” and Sofia Coppola’s “Somewhere.” He was also the director of photography on Van Sant’s more mainstream movies “Finding Forrester” and “Milk.”
The last film he shot was Coppola’s “The Bling Ring.”