Hoyte van Hoytema (Dutch: Hoyte van Hoytema; born October 4, 1971, Horgen, Switzerland) is a Dutch-Swedish cameraman who studied at the Polish Film School in Lodz. He primarily works in Sweden, but also in Germany, Norway, the USA and Great Britain.
Breaking Bad (English Breaking Bad) is an American television crime drama broadcast from January 20, 2008 to September 29, 2013 via the AMC cable channel. Over the course of five seasons, consisting of 62 episodes, the story of Walter White, a school teacher who was diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer, is shown. Together with his former apprentice Jesse Pinkman, he begins to manufacture and sell meth to ensure his family’s financial future. The production and shooting of the series was conducted in the city of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Born August 20, 1958 in New York, in the family of a Jew Bernard Russell and Italian Maria. The father of the boy was executive director of sales at the Simon & Schuster Printing Publishing House. After graduation, David entered a prestigious college, which he subsequently graduated with a diploma in political science. The first directorial works were two short films of 1987 and 1990. The first full-fledged picture was released at the Russian box office in 1994 under the name “Emancipation”. This black comedy was created by Russell in his own script. The original name of the film comes from a slang expression denoting the process of masturbation, and the plot of the picture includes a piquant incest scene between mother and son. The main male role in the film was played by aspiring actor Jeremy Davis, for whom the role in the film was only the second acting job in his career. The film caused a stormy and controversial response from critics, was shown at the Sundance Film Festival, where it received the Independent Spirit award for Best Screenwriting Debut, and was awarded the Audience Choice Award.