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José Luis Alcaine Biography »
José Luis Alcaine (born 26 December 1938) is a Spanish born cinematographer. Educated in Tangier's French Lycee Regnault and in the Spanish Institute, he was the first cinematographer to use fluorescent tube as key lighting in the 1970s. He has worked on films such as Belle Époque (Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, 1993) Blast from the Past, and Two Much. He is the winner of five Goyas, for El Sueño del Mono Loco, Belle Epoque, El Pajaro de la Felicidad, El Caballero Don Quijote, and Las Trece Rosas.