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Nicolas Roeg

Nicolas Roeg

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Born: August 15, 1928 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: London, England, GB Profession: Cinematography ...
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1960:
First work as second-unit photographer
1950:
Moved to MGM's London studios as clapper boy, assistant to camera crew
1947:
Began working at London's Marylebone Studio as dubber and assistant editor
1999:
At the Cannes Film Festival, announced plans to direct the feature "Night Train", based on Martin Amis' novel
1963:
Served as director of photography on "The Masque of the Red Death."
1996:
Directed the TNT biblical movie "Samson and Delilah"
1992:
Helmed episode of the US TV series "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles"
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Served as projectionist for army unit during WWII
1985:
Directed the magical-realism film "Insignificance."
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Directed the mystery thriller "Track 29."
2007:
Directed the horror film "Puffball."
2014:
Directed the documentary "The Film that Buys the Cinema."
1990:
Directed the dark children's movie "The Witches."
1980:
Directed Art Garfunkel in the controversial psycho-sexual drama "Bad Timing."
1970:
Both photographed and directed the controversial crime drama "Performance."
1971:
Worked as both director and director of photography on "Walkabout."
1989:
TV directorial debut for "Sweet Bird of Youth"
1961:
Worked as the director of photography for the first time on the film "Information Received."
1973:
Directed the influential, groundbreaking horror film "Don't Look Now."
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Landed his first job in the camera department on "Calling Bulldog Drummond."
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Worked as the focus puller on "Pacific Destiny."
1962:
Worked as the camera operator on the film "Lawrence of Arabia," famous for its legendary cinematography.
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Was the director of photography on "Fahrenheit 451."
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Directed David Bowie in "The Man Who Fell to Earth."
1995:
Directed the drama "Two Deaths."

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