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Born: May 24, 1949 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Devon, England, GB Profession: Cinematography ...
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Raised in Devon, England
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Attended an art college in Bath; studied graphic design and photography
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Commissioned to create a photographic documentary of life in Torquay
1972:
Met future collaborator Michael Radford, while attending Film School
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Shot first documentary, "Around the World With Ridgeway"
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Traveled to Africa to film, "Zimbabwe" and "Eritrea ¿ Behind Enemy Lines"
1976:
Filmed the documentary feature, "Welcome to Britain" and the short film, "Empty Hand"
1977:
Director of photography for his first non-documentary, "Cruel Passion"
1983:
First collaboration with Michael Radford, "Another Place, Another Time"
1984:
Served as cinematographer on Radford's film version of "1984"
1986:
Director of photography for Alex Cox's "Sid and Nancy"
1987:
Re-teamed with Radford for "White Mischief"
1990:
American film debut as a cinematographer, "Mountains of the Moon"
1991:
First collaboration with the Coen brothers, "Barton Fink"
1994:
Earned first Academy Award nomination for his work on "The Shawshank Redemption"
1994:
Second film for the Coens, "The Hudsucker Proxy"
1996:
Re-teamed with the Coen brothers' for "Fargo"; earned second Academy Award nomination
1997:
Received third Academy Award nomination for Martin Scorsese's "Kundun"
2000:
Again teamed with the Coen brothers' for "O Brother, Where Art Thou?"; earned fourth Academy Award nomination
2001:
Re-teamed with the Coen brothers' for "The Man Who Wasn't There"; earned fifth Academy Award nomination
2001:
Was the cinematographer for Ron Howard's "A Beautiful Mind"
2003:
Shot the beautifully filmed, "House of Sand and Fog" for director Vadim Perelman
2005:
Filmed the Sam Mendes directed, "Jarhead"
2007:
Shot the film, "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford"; earned sixth Academy Award nomination
2007:
Again collaborated with the Coen brothers' for "No Country for Old Men"; earned seventh Academy Award nomination
2008:
Co-cinematographer for Stephen Daldry's "The Reader"; earned eighth Academy Award nomination
2008:
Was also the cinematographer for Sam Mendes' Revolutionary Road" and John Patrick Shanley's "Doubt"
2009:
Again collaborated with the Coen brothers' for "A Serious Man"
2010:
Teamed with the Coen brothers' for "True Grit"

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