|Born||2 October 1943|
Eduardo Martins Serra (born 2 October 1943) is a Portuguese cinematographer who has spent most of his career working in European film productions, mostly in French, Portuguese and British films, with frequent collaborations with directors Patrice Leconte and Claude Chabrol. Serra is best known for his work on the final two Harry Potter films, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 .
From 1960 to 1963, Serra studied engineering at Lisbon's Instituto Superior Técnico, but he had to leave the country after his involvement in students' protests against Salazar's dictatorship. He settled in France, where he was accepted to Vaugirard film school in Paris; he graduated in 1966. In 1970 he got his second degree from the Paris-Sorbonne University, in Art History and Archeology.
Serra has twice been nominated for the Academy Award for Best Cinematography. His first nomination was for his work on The Wings of the Dove (1997), for which he also won a BAFTA. He received his second Academy Award and BAFTA nominations for Girl with a Pearl Earring .
In 2004, Serra received the Ordem do Infante D. Henrique, a civilian award presented for services to Portuguese culture, from President Jorge Sampaio.
|1980||À vendre||Christian Drillaud|
|1983||Sem Sombra de Pecado||José Fonseca e Costa|
|Itinéraire bis||Christian Drillaud|
|Debout les crabes, la mer monte!||Jean-Jacques Grand-Jouan|
|1984||Le garde du corps||François Leterrier|
|Pinot simple flic||Gérard Jugnot|
|Marche à l'ombre||Michel Blanc|
|1985||Tranches de vie||François Leterrier|
|Les Spécialistes||Patrice Leconte|
|Des terroristes à la retraite||Mosco Boucault||Documentary|
|Contes clandestins||Dominique Crèvecoeur|
|Le mariage du siècle||Philippe Galland|
|Moi vouloir toi||Patrick Dewolf|
|1987||Tant qu'il y aura des femmes||Didier Kaminka|
|1988||Tropical Snow||Ciro Durán|
|A Mulher do Próximo||José Fonseca e Costa|
|1990||O Processo do Rei||João Mário Grilo|
|Le mari de la coiffeuse||Patrice Leconte||Nominated- César Award for Best Cinematography|
|1991||Lapse of Memory||Patrick Dewolf|
|1992||Map of the Human Heart||Vincent Ward||Nominated- AACTA Award for Best Cinematography|
|Le zèbre||Jean Poiret|
|Amor e Dedinhos de Pé||Luís Filipe Rocha|
|Artcore oder Der Neger||Heinz Peter Schwerfel|
|1994||Le parfum d'Yvonne||Patrice Leconte|
|Grosse fatigue||Michel Blanc|
|1995||Funny Bones||Peter Chelsom|
|L'amour conjugal||Benoît Barbier|
|Cycle Simenon||TV series|
|1996||Les Grands Ducs||Patrice Leconte|
|O Judeu||Jom Tob Azulay|
|The Disappearance of Finbar||Sue Clayton|
|1997||The Wings of the Dove||Iain Softley|| BAFTA Award for Best Cinematography |
Nominated- Academy Award for Best Cinematography
|Rien ne va plus||Claude Chabrol|
|1998||What Dreams May Come||Vincent Ward|
|1999||Au coeur du mensonge||Claude Chabrol|
|2000||Passion of Mind||Alain Berliner|
|La veuve de Saint-Pierre||Patrice Leconte|
|Unbreakable||M. Night Shyamalan|
|2002||Papillons de nuit||John Randolph Pepper|
|Rue des plaisirs||Patrice Leconte|
|O Delfim||Fernando Lopes|
|2003||La fleur du mal||Claude Chabrol|
|Girl with a Pearl Earring||Peter Webber||Nominated- Academy Award for Best Cinematography |
Nominated- BAFTA Award for Best Cinematography
Nominated- Satellite Award for Best Cinematography
|2004||Confidences trop intimes||Patrice Leconte|
|La Demoiselle d'honneur||Claude Chabrol|
|Beyond the Sea||Kevin Spacey|
|2005||Il ne faut jurer... de rien!||Eric Civanyan|
|2006||L'ivresse du pouvoir||Claude Chabrol|
|Blood Diamond||Edward Zwick|
|2007||La fille coupée en deux||Claude Chabrol|
|2010||Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1||David Yates||Shot back-to-back |
Nominated- Satellite Award for Best Cinematography
|2011||Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2|
|2012||Belle du Seigneur||Glenio Bonder|
|2013||A Promise||Patrice Leconte|
|1976||Les derniers beaux jours||Jean-Yves Rondière|
|1980||Une voix||Dominique Crèvecoeur|
|1982||Une histoire dérisoire||Michel Campioli|
|1985||Duty Free Shop|
|1993||Die Inschrift des Gottes||Heinz Peter Schwerfel|
|2012||A Therapy||Roman Polanski|
James Hannigan is a multi-award winning British composer, sound designer, music producer and live event creative director. His work as a composer has included single or multiple entries in the multi-million selling Command & Conquer, Harry Potter, The Lord of the Rings, Dead Space, Warhammer, Wing Commander, Space Hulk, Evil Genius, Grand Prix and Theme Park game series; video games including Freelancer, RuneScape, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Dead Space 3, The Transformers Universe,Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3, Republic: The Revolution,Sim Theme Park , Wing Commander: Privateer 2: The Darkening, Conquest: Frontier Wars, Nintendo's Art Academy, Reign of Fire, The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn's Quest, and others, along with television such as BBC America’s Primeval. He has also contributed music to EA Sports titles, such as those belonging to the FIFA and F1 series and his music has minimally been heard in games such as Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U and Saints Row 4. In the early years of his career, Hannigan worked as Composer for Electronic Arts Europe before basing his studio at Pinewood Studios in England for ten years between 1997 and 2007, where he sometimes worked as a Sound Designer on films such as Lost in Space alongside composing.
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