Austin Dempster


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Lucky Lady (1975)
Camera Operator 2nd Unit (2nd Unit)
The Story of Jacob and Joseph (1974)
Director Of Photography
A Touch Of Class (1973)
Director Of Photography
And No One Could Save Her (1973)
Director Of Photography
The Little Ark (1972)
Director of Photography
A Severed Head (1971)
Photography
Peter Rabbit And Tales Of Beatrix Potter (1971)
Cinematographer
Loot (1970)
Director Of Photography
Loot (1970)
Cinematographer
Otley (1969)
Director of Photography
The Looking Glass War (1969)
Director of Photography
A Dandy in Aspic (1968)
Camera Operator
Two for the Road (1967)
2nd unit Camera
The Mikado (1967)
Camera
Bedazzled (1967)
Director of Photography
Judith (1966)
Camera Operator
Kaleidoscope (1966)
Camera Operator
Arabesque (1966)
Camera Operator
Return From the Ashes (1965)
Camera Operator
The Yellow Rolls-Royce (1965)
Camera Operator
A Shot in the Dark (1964)
Camera Operator
The Long Ships (1964)
Camera Operator
In the Cool of the Day (1963)
2nd unit Photographer
The Victors (1963)
Camera Operator
The War Lover (1962)
Camera Operator
Damn the Defiant! (1962)
Camera Operator
I Like Money (1962)
Camera Operator
Five Golden Hours (1961)
Camera Operator
Murder She Said (1961)
Camera Operator
The Grass Is Greener (1961)
Camera Operator
Sink the Bismarck! (1960)
Camera Operator
Tunes of Glory (1960)
Camera Operator
A Touch of Larceny (1960)
Camera Operator
The Mouse That Roared (1959)
Camera Operator
Rooney (1958)
Camera Operator
Night Ambush (1958)
Camera Operator
Let's Make Up (1956)
Camera Operator
Raising a Riot (1955)
Camera Operator
Laughing Anne (1953)
Camera Operator
The Beggar's Opera (1953)
Camera Operator
Night and the City (1950)
Camera Operator

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Shot In The Dark, A (1964) - A Passionate Spaniard Inspector Clouseau (Peter Sellers) is eager to interrogate maid Maria (Elke Sommer) about the murder of her chauffeur boyfriend, early in Blake Edwards' A Shot In The Dark, 1964.
Loot (1970) - Truscott Of The Yard Blinding entrance by Richard Attenborough as "Inspector Truscott," undertaker (Aubrey Woods) fretting, Dennis (Hywel Bennett) and Hal (Roy Holder) making off with the coffin, in Loot, 1970, from the Joe Orton play.
Looking Glass War, The (1969) - Finland Director and screenwriter Frank Pierson's opening, loosely from John Le Carre's novel, griping West German pilot Lansen (Frederick Jaeger) makes his delivery to British agent Taylor (Timothy West), for whom trouble awaits, in The Looking Glass War, 1969.
Looking Glass War, The (1969) - Too Many Old People High ranking LeClerc (Ralph Richardson) joins fellow British intelligence officer Avery (Anthony Hopkins), visiting the seedy home of a slain colleague, Avery later ignoring guests and wife (Anna Massey), in Frank Pierson's film from the John Le Carre novel, The Looking Glass War, 1969.
Looking Glass War, The (1969) - You Are Spies British secret service officers LeClerc (Ralph Richardson), Haldane (Paul Rogers) and Avery (Anthony Hopkins) pay a visit to incarcerated Polish refugee Leiser, in hopes he's the right man for a special job, in The Looking Glass War, 1969, from the John Le Carre novel.
One Way Pendulum -- Always On A Saturday Cold-open from director Peter Yates, finding Groomkirby (Erik Sykes) with office colleagues, then his son, "Kirby" Groomkirby (Jonathan Miller) not quite introduced, exercising his fascination with scales, in One Way Pendulum, 1965.
Loot (1970) - Keep Your Mind On Your Work Nurse Fay (Lee Remick) not yet convinced Dennis (Hywel Bennett) has the funds to marry, after which he plots with Hal (Roy Holder) for bank robbery in the buff, in Loot, 1970, from the Joe Orton play.
Loot (1970) - Overcome With Grief McLeavy (Milo O'Shea) getting ready to grieve, nurse Fay (Lee Remick) playing the tart, Dennis (Hywel Bennett) having a go with a policewoman, while Hal (Roy Holder) is summoned bedside, early in Loot, 1970, from the Joe Orton play.

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