Tim Orr

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Tim Orr
Born1968 (age 5455)
Occupation Cinematographer

Tim Orr (born 1968) is an American cinematographer known mostly for his work with director David Gordon Green.


Orr graduated from the North Carolina School of the Arts in 1998. He has worked as the Director of Photography on such films as George Washington , Raising Victor Vargas , All the Real Girls , Undertow , Trust the Man , Year of the Dog , Snow Angels , Choke , Pineapple Express , Sex Drive , and Observe and Report .



2000 George Washington David Gordon Green
2002 Raising Victor Vargas Peter Sollett
EvenHandJoseph Pierson
2003 All the Real Girls David Gordon Green
2004 Dandelion Mark Milgard
Undertow David Gordon Green
Imaginary Heroes Dan Harris
2005 The Baxter Michael Showalter
Trust the Man Bart Freundlich
Little Manhattan Mark Levin
2006 Off the Black James Ponsoldt
Come Early Morning Joey Lauren Adams
2007 Snow Angels David Gordon Green
Year of the Dog Mike White
2008 Choke Clark Gregg
Pineapple Express David Gordon Green
Sex Drive Sean Anders
2009 Observe and Report Jody Hill
2010 Bloodworth Shane Dax Taylor
2011 Salvation Boulevard George Ratliff
His Way Douglas McGrath
Your Highness David Gordon Green
The Sitter
2012 Seeking a Friend for the End of the World Lorene Scafaria
Stuck in Love Josh Boone
2013 Prince Avalanche David Gordon Green
2014 Manglehorn
Cymbeline Michael Almereyda
Search Party Scot Armstrong
2015The World Made Straight David Burris
Z for Zachariah Craig Zobel
Our Brand Is Crisis David Gordon Green
2016 Pee-wee's Big Holiday John Lee
2018 A.X.L. Oliver Daly
The Professor Wayne Roberts
2019 Poms Zara Hayes
2020 Desperados LP
2023 Strays Josh Greenbaum

Short film

1998LaundryChad Benton
2004A Lover's Discourse: FragmentsDonna Vermeer

Documentary film

2002The Rough South of Larry Brown Gary Hawkins
2016 Becoming Mike Nichols Douglas McGrath


2009 Eastbound & Down David Gordon Green
Jody Hill
Adam McKay
5 episodes
2011 His Way Douglas McGrath Documentary film
2012Local Talent
2014 Red Oaks David Gordon GreenEpisode "Pilot"
2015 Z: The Beginning of Everything Tim Blake Nelson Episode "Pilot"
2021 Dickinson Christopher Storer
Rosemary Rodriguez
Silas Howard
Stacie Passon
10 episodes
2022 Fleishman Is in Trouble Shari Springer Berman
Robert Pulcini
4 episodes
2022-2023 Alaska Daily Tom McCarthy
Danis Goulet
Oliver Bokelberg
Ruba Nadda
Catriona McKenzie
6 episodes


Stockholm Film Festival Best Cinematography Award (2000) and Independent Spirit Award nomination (2001) for George Washington ; Independent Spirit Award nomination (2004) for Dandelion . [1]

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