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RATE AND COMMENT
Emigrated with his parents from England to central Africa at age 11
Left school to join the Central African Film Unit
Moved to London about five years later; began at the BBC as an assistant cameraman
Worked on TV projects including "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy" (1980) and "The Good Soldier" (1983)
First feature film as camera operator, "Caught on a Train"
First feature as director of photography, "Moonlighting"
First Merchant-Ivory film, "A Room with a View"; earned first Oscar nomination
Won acclaim for Howards End", directed by Ivory; earned second Oscar nomination