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Tony Pierce-Roberts, BSC (born 1945 in Birkenhead, England) is a British cinematographer most known for his work on the Merchant-Ivory film productions, A Room with a View (1986), Mr. and Mrs. Bridge (1990), Howards End (1992), and The Remains of the Day (1993). He received two Academy Award nominations for A Room with a View and Howards End.[ citation needed ]




1973 Hard Labour
1982 Moonlighting
1984 A Private Function
1985 A Room with a View
1987 A Tiger's Tale
1989 Out Cold
1989 Slaves of New York
1990 Mr. & Mrs. Bridge
1991 White Fang
1992 Howards End
1993 The Dark Half
1993 Splitting Heirs
1993 The Remains of the Day
1994 The Client
1994 Disclosure
1995 Haunted
1996 Surviving Picasso
1997 Jungle 2 Jungle
1998 Paulie
1998 Something to Believe In
1999 Astérix et Obélix contre César
1999 The Trench
2000 The Golden Bowl
2001 Kiss Kiss (Bang Bang)
2001 The Glow short
2002 The Importance of Being Earnest
2003 Underworld
2004 De-Lovely
2005 Separate Lies
2005 Doom
2006 Home of the Brave
2008 Made of Honor
2014 Vampire Academy


1973-1978 Play for Today 4 episodes
1975 Days of Hope 4 episodes
1979 Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy 7 episodes
1980 BBC2 Playhouse Episode: Caught on a Train
1981 The Good Soldier Television Movie
1982 A Voyage Round My Father Television Movie
1982 Nobody's Hero Mini-Series
1984 The Cold Room Television Movie
1984 P'tang, Yang, Kipperbang Television Movie
1988 The Bourne Identity 2 episodes
1989 No Place Like Home Television Movie
1999 Blackadder: Back & Forth Short
2002 Dinotopia 6 episodes

Awards and Nominations

YearAwardCategoryNominated workResultRef.
1986 Academy Award Best Cinematography A Room with a View Nominated[ citation needed ]
1992 Howards End Nominated
1986 British Academy Film Awards Best Cinematography A Room with a View Nominated
1992 Howards End Nominated
1993 The Remains of the Day Nominated
1980 British Academy Television Awards Best Film Cameraman Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy Won[ citation needed ]
1981 BBC2 Playhouse : Caught on a Train Won
1983A Voyage with My Father
P'tang, Yang, Kipperbang
1986 American Society of Cinematographers Outstanding Cinematography A Room with a View Nominated[ citation needed ]
1992 Howards End Nominated
1986 British Society of Cinematographers Best Cinematography Award A Room with a View Nominated[ citation needed ]
1992 Howards End Won
1986 Evening Standard British Film Awards Best Technical/Artistic Achievement A Room with a View Won[ citation needed ]
1986 New York Film Critics Circle Best Cinematography A Room with a View Won[ citation needed ]

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