Cinematographer Lazlo Kovacs dies at 74

Veteran cinematographer Lazlo Kovacs died July 21 in Beverly Hills, CA. The Hungarian-born DP came to the U.S. in 1957, eventually finding work in TV. He shot all sorts of films, from exploitation movies early in his career to more mainstream fare such as Miss Congeniality and Ghostbusters, but is perhaps most famous for shooting counterculture films Easy Rider and Five Easy Pieces. Kovacs was 74.

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