Andrew William Dunn
Andrew William Dunn, BSC , is a British cinematographer. He received the British Academy of Film and Television Arts best cameraman award three times in the 1980s.
Andrew Dunn was born in London, England. He started making films in his early teens and joined the BBC as a film editor, but continued to develop and shoot his personal projects. Dunn's first film credit was in 1981 for cinematography on the BBC film Andrina.
Dunn has served as Director of Photography on a wide variety of films, including L.A. Story , The Madness of King George , Gosford Park , The History Boys , Life as We Know It , Crazy, Stupid, Love , Summer in February , The Butler , Hello Carter , and Endless Love , amongst many others.
|1992||Blame It on the Bellboy||Mark Herman|
|The Bodyguard||Mick Jackson|
|1993||The Hawk||David Hayman|
|1994||Clean Slate||Mick Jackson|
|A Simple Twist of Fate||Gillies MacKinnon|
|The Madness of King George||Nicholas Hytner|
|1995||The Grotesque||John-Paul Davidson|
|1996||The Crucible||Nicholas Hytner|
|1997||Addicted to Love||Griffin Dunne|
|Ever After||Andy Tennant|
|Practical Magic||Griffin Dunne|
|2000||Ordinary Decent Criminal||Thaddeus O'Sullivan|
|Gosford Park||Robert Altman|
|2002||The Count of Monte Cristo||Kevin Reynolds|
|Sweet Home Alabama||Andy Tennant|
|2003||What a Girl Wants||Dennie Gordon|
|The Company||Robert Altman|
|2004||Stage Beauty||Richard Eyre|
|Piccadilly Jim||John McKay|
|Mrs Henderson Presents||Stephen Frears|
|2006||The History Boys||Nicholas Hytner|
|Miss Potter||Chris Noonan|
|2007||Hot Rod||Akiva Schaffer|
|2010||Extraordinary Measures||Tom Vaughan|
|Life as We Know It||Greg Berlanti|
|2011||Crazy, Stupid, Love|| Glenn Ficarra |
|2012||The Perks of Being a Wallflower||Stephen Chbosky|
|2013||Summer in February||Christopher Menaul|
|The Butler||Lee Daniels|
|Hello Carter||Anthony Wilcox|
|2014||Endless Love||Shana Feste|
|Effie Gray||Richard Laxton|
|2015||Man Up||Ben Palmer|
|The Lady in the Van||Nicholas Hytner|
|2016||Bridget Jones's Baby||Sharon Maguire|
|Keeping Up with the Joneses||Greg Mottola|
|2017||The Children Act||Richard Eyre|
|2018||Book Club||Bill Holderman|
|2020||The Secret: Dare to Dream||Andy Tennant|
|2021||Flora & Ulysses||Lena Khan|
|The United States vs. Billie Holiday||Lee Daniels|
|2022||Downton Abbey: A New Era||Simon Curtis|
|2023||Love Again||Jim Strouse||Post-production|
|1984||A Winter Harvest|
|1985||Edge of Darkness|
|1986||The Monocled Mutineer|
|1987||Horizon||Episode: "Life Story"|
|1987–1995||Screen Two||5 episodes|
|1988||Scene||Episode: "Two of Us"|
|1989||The Victorian Kitchen|
|1993||Great Performances||Episode: "Suddenly, Last Summer"|
|2015||Empire||Pilot episode only|
|2017–2019||The Zoo||22 episodes|
|2018||Raising Tourette's||Episode: "Celebration"|
|Across the Lake||Tony Maylam|
|1994||And Then There Was One||David Jones|
|Is There Life Out There?|
|1997||Food for Ravens||Trevor Griffiths|
|2017||My Country||Rufus Norris|
Andrew Lesnie ACS ASC was an Australian cinematographer. He was best known as the cinematographer for The Lord of the Rings trilogy (2001–2003) and its prequel The Hobbit trilogy (2012–2014), both directed by New Zealand director Peter Jackson. He received the Academy Award for Best Cinematography for his work on The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring in 2002.
George Fenton is an English composer. Best known for his work writing film scores and music for television, he has received five Academy Award nominations, several Ivor Novello, BAFTA, Golden Globe, Emmy and BMI Awards, and a Classic BRIT. He is one of 18 songwriters and composers to have been made a Fellow of the Ivors Academy.
Vittorio Storaro, A.S.C., A.I.C. is an Italian cinematographer widely recognized as one of the best and most influential in Cinema history, for his work on numerous classic films including The Conformist,Apocalypse Now, and The Last Emperor. In the course of over fifty years, he has collaborated with directors such as Bernardo Bertolucci, Francis Ford Coppola, Warren Beatty, Woody Allen and Carlos Saura.
Sir Roger Alexander Deakins is an English cinematographer, best known for his collaborations with directors the Coen brothers, Sam Mendes and Denis Villeneuve. Deakins has been admitted to both the British Society of Cinematographers and to the American Society of Cinematographers. He is the recipient of five BAFTA Awards for Best Cinematography, and two Academy Awards for Best Cinematography from fifteen nominations. His best-known works include The Shawshank Redemption, Fargo, O Brother, Where Art Thou?, A Beautiful Mind, Skyfall, Sicario, Blade Runner 2049, and 1917, the last two of which earned him Academy Awards.
Ted Moore, BSC was a South African-British cinematographer known for his work on seven of the James Bond films in the 1960s and early 1970s. He won the Academy Award for Best Cinematography for his work on Fred Zinnemann's A Man for All Seasons, and two BAFTA Awards for Best Cinematography for A Man for All Seasons and From Russia with Love.
Jack Cardiff, was a British cinematographer, film and television director, and photographer. His career spanned the development of cinema, from silent film, through early experiments in Technicolor, to filmmaking more than half a century later.
Haskell Wexler, ASC was an American cinematographer, film producer, and director. Wexler was judged to be one of film history's ten most influential cinematographers in a survey of the members of the International Cinematographers Guild. He won the Academy Award for Best Cinematography twice, in 1966 and 1976, out of five nominations. In his obituary in The New York Times, Wexler is described as being "renowned as one of the most inventive cinematographers in Hollywood."
Lee Garmes, A.S.C. was an American cinematographer. During his career, he worked with directors Howard Hawks, Max Ophüls, Josef von Sternberg, Alfred Hitchcock, King Vidor, Nicholas Ray and Henry Hathaway, whom he had met as a young man when the two first came to Hollywood in the silent era. He also co-directed two films with legendary screenwriter Ben Hecht: Angels Over Broadway and Actor's and Sin.
Joseph Francis Biroc, ASC was an American cinematographer. He was born in New York City and began working in films at the Paragon Studios in Fort Lee, New Jersey. After working there for approximately six years, he moved to Los Angeles. Once in Southern California, Biroc worked at the RKO Pictures movie studio. During World War II, he served in the U.S. Army Signal Corps, and filmed the Liberation of Paris in August 1944. In 1950, Biroc left RKO Pictures and freelanced on projects at various studios. In addition to his film work, which included It's a Wonderful Life (1946) and The Flight of the Phoenix (1965), Biroc worked on various television series, including the Adventures of Superman and Wonder Woman. He frequently collaborated with film director Robert Aldrich.
William Ashman Fraker, A.S.C., B.S.C. was an American cinematographer, film director and producer. He was nominated five times for the Academy Award for Best Cinematography. In 2000, he received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) honoring his career. Fraker graduated from the USC School of Cinematic Arts in 1950.
Owen Roizman is an American cinematographer. He has received five Academy Award nominations for Best Cinematography, for the films The French Connection (1971), The Exorcist (1973), Network (1976), Tootsie (1982), and Wyatt Earp (1994). He served on the Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and was president of the American Society of Cinematographers.
Walter C. Pfister is an American director and former cinematographer, who is best known for his work with filmmaker Christopher Nolan. Some of his collaborations with Nolan include Memento (2000), The Dark Knight Trilogy (2005–2012), and Inception (2010). For his work on Inception, Pfister won an Academy Award for Best Cinematography and received a BAFTA Award nomination.
John Ira Bailey, ASC is an American cinematographer and film director known for his collaborations with directors Paul Schrader, Lawrence Kasdan, Michael Apted, and Ken Kwapis. In August 2017, Bailey was elected president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. He was succeeded by casting director David Rubin in August 2019.
This is a list of winners and nominees for the BAFTA Award for Best Cinematography, which is presented to cinematographers, given out by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts since 1963.
Lionel Lindon, ASC was an American film cameraman and cinematographer who spent much of his career working for Paramount.
Douglas Allan is a Scottish wildlife cameraman and photographer best known for his work in polar regions and underwater.
Naresh Bedi is an Indian filmmaker, the eldest of the Bedi Brothers and a member of the second generation of three generations of Wildlife photographers and filmmakers. He is the first Asian to receive a Wildscreen Panda Award and the first Indian to receive a nomination for the British Academy Film Awards. He was honoured by the Government of India in 2015 with Padma Shri, the fourth highest Indian civilian award.
Ernest Day, B.S.C. was a British cinematographer and director of film and television, known for his collaborations with David Lean and Lewis Gilbert. He spent the majority of his career as a camera operator, often referred to Lean as his "eyes", and was the first British cameraman to operate a 70mm film camera. He was nominated for an Academy Award and BAFTA Award for Lean's final film A Passage to India (1984).
James Crabe, A.S.C. was an American cinematographer, known for his work in the 1970s and '80s on numerous films, including Rocky, The China Syndrome, Night Shift, The Karate Kid, and Thank God It's Friday. He was a regular collaborator of director John G. Avildsen, and a two-time Primetime Emmy Award winner, in addition to being nominated for multiple ASC Awards and an Academy Award.
Brian TufanoBSC is an English cinematographer, best known for his work on the films of Danny Boyle and Menhaj Huda. Tufano has been admitted to the British Society of Cinematographers and won the 2001 BAFTA Award for Outstanding Contribution to Film and Television. His most well-known works include Trainspotting, A Life Less Ordinary and Billy Elliot.