Eric Kress

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Eric Kress
Born (1962-03-25) 25 March 1962 (age 60)
Nationality Danish
Occupation Cinematographer
Years active1991–present
Website www.erickress.dk

Eric Kress (born 25 March 1962) is a Danish cinematographer.

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Biography

Kress was born in Zürich on 25 March 1962 to a French father and a Danish mother. He studied cinematography at the National Film School of Denmark in Copenhagen from 1987 to 1991. [1]

Personal life

His brother Philippe Kress is also a film photographer. [2]

Filmography

YearFilmDirectorOther notes
1995 The Kingdom Lars von Trier Robert Award for Best cinematography
1997 Eye of the Eagle ´Peter Flinth
1998Albert
2000 A Place Nearby Kaspar Rostrup Johan Ankerstjerne Award [3]
Flickering Lights Anders Thomas Jensen Robert Award for Best cinematography
Mirakel
2001 Shake It All About Hella Joof
2002 The Fifth Woman
2003 Stealing Rembrandt Jannik Johansen
2004The FakirPeter FlinthNominated Robert Award for Best Cinematography
2005 One Step Behind
2007 Arn – The Knight Templar Peter FlinthNominated - Guldbagge Award for Best Cinematography
2008 The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Niels Arden Oplev Nominated - Guldbagge Award for Best Cinematography
2010 Borgen TV series: 4 episodes
2011 Those Who Kill TV Series: 2 Episodes
2013The Keeper of Lost Things Mikkel Nørgaard
2014 Waltz for Monica Per Fly Nominated - Guldbagge Award for Best Cinematography
The Absent OneMikkel Nørgaard
Taken 3 Luc Besson
2022 Halo Roel Reiné

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References

  1. "Eric Kress i Den danske Filmdatabase". DanskeFilm (in Danish). Archived from the original on 12 February 2015. Retrieved 12 February 2015.
  2. "Eric Kress". 2015-02-12. Archived from the original on 2015-02-12. Retrieved 2021-08-16.
  3. "Bodil, Bænken og Zentropa 2001" (in Danish). cinemazone.dk. Retrieved 2012-03-02.