Andrew Dunn (cinematographer)

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Andrew Dunn
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Andrew William Dunn

OccupationCinematographer

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.

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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. [1]

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.

Filmography

Feature films

YearTitleDirectorNotes
1989 Strapless David Hare
Chattahoochee Mick Jackson
1991 L.A. Story
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
1998 Hush Jonathan Darby
Ever After Andy Tennant
Practical Magic Griffin Dunne
2000 Ordinary Decent Criminal Thaddeus O'Sullivan
Liam Stephen Frears
2001 Monkeybone Henry Selick
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
2005 Hitch Andy Tennant
Mrs Henderson Presents Stephen Frears
2006 The History Boys Nicholas Hytner
Miss Potter Chris Noonan
2007 Hot Rod Akiva Schaffer
2008 Good Vicente Amorim
2009 Precious Lee Daniels
2010 Extraordinary Measures Tom Vaughan
Life as We Know It Greg Berlanti
2011 Crazy, Stupid, Love Glenn Ficarra
John Requa
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
Ithaca Meg Ryan
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

Television

YearTitleNotes
1984A 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"
1989The Victorian Kitchen
Blackeyes
1993 Great Performances Episode: "Suddenly, Last Summer"
2015 Empire Pilot episode only
2017–2019 The Zoo 22 episodes
2018Raising Tourette'sEpisode: "Celebration"

TV films

YearTitleDirector
1988 Tumbledown Richard Eyre
Across the Lake Tony Maylam
1994 And Then There Was One David Jones
Is There Life Out There?
1997Food for Ravens Trevor Griffiths
2017My Country Rufus Norris

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