Julio Macat - Details


JULIO MACAT (Director of Photography) began his career in the film business at age 19 in his native Argentina under the tutelage of the legendary Mario Tosi, A.S.C., working on short films and commercials.

He soon became focus-puller for John Alcott on the features "The Beastmaster" and "Triumph of a Man Called Horse." Macat next formed an alliance with Russian director Andre Konchalovsky, graduating to camera operator for the films "Runaway Train" and "Shy People" before directing both the second and first camera teams on "Tango & Cash."

Macat has filmed "Crazy in Alabama," all three parts of the "Home Alone" trilogy, as well as "The Nutty Professor," "So I Married an Axe Murderer," "Ace Ventura, Pet Detective," "My Fellow Americans," "Only the Lonely," "Moonlight and Valentino" and "Miracle on 34th St."