“When you’re on a jury, you have to separate whose job (on a film ) is what, and that’s sometimes hard with documentaries, but the role of the cinematographer in The September Issue really stood out.”
-Marina Zenovisch, 2009 Sundance Juror, “American Cinematographer”

"September Diary." New York Times.

"The September Issue." New York Times.

"Shot on digital with an eye for sumptuous color by Bob Richman."

"Flash Frame: Bob Richman." International Cinematographers Guild.

"Life From Both Sides, Now." Jerusalem Post.

"Eye of the Camera." Haaretz.com

"Imbeded at Vogue, Trying a Charm Offensive." New York Times.

"From Pinsk to Brooklyn, The Kings of Klezmer." New York Times.

"Photographed in beauteous black and white by Robert Richman, this multi-layered film reverently preserves the artistry of the musical trio known as the Kings of Klezmer..."

"A Tickle In The Heart (Die Epstein Brothers)." Variety.

"Most notable element in a polished tech package- excellent sound recording aside – is Bob Richman’s B&W lensing, which recalls the dreamy neo-50’s look Bruce Weber used in his Chet Baker documentary 'Lets Get Lost.'"

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