42 relations: Academy Award for Best Cinematography, At the Apollo, Born Equal, British Society of Cinematographers, Capturing Mary, Cinematographer, Coming Down the Mountain, Creep (2004 film), Dead Babies (film), Dead Man's Shoes (2004 film), Disobedience (2017 film), Dive (TV series), Festival (2005 film), Florence Foster Jenkins (film), Glorious 39, Joe's Palace, John Adams (miniseries), Johnny English Reborn, Les Misérables (2012 film), London Road (film), Longford (film), Murder in Suburbia, My Wrongs 8245–8249 & 117, Nathan Barley, Only Human (2004 film), Pierrepoint (film), Poppy Shakespeare, Richard II (2012 film), Room (2015 film), Scummy Man, Ten Minutes Older, The Boat That Rocked, The Book Group, The Danish Girl (film), The King's Speech, The Program (2015 film), This Is England, This Is England '86, This Is England '88, Tom Hooper, Victoria & Abdul, X+Y.
The Academy Award for Best Cinematography is an Academy Award awarded each year to a cinematographer for work on one particular motion picture.
At the Apollo is a live album and video release by Arctic Monkeys of the final concert of their 2007 world-tour, filmed in Manchester, England.
Born Equal is a television film produced for the BBC.
The British Society of Cinematographers (abbreviated BSC) was formed in 1949 by Bert Easey (23 August 1901 – 28 February 1973), the then head of the Denham and Pinewood studio camera departments.
Capturing Mary is a BBC television drama (co-produced by HBO), written and directed by Stephen Poliakoff.
A cinematographer or director of photography (sometimes shortened to DP or DOP) is the chief over the camera and light crews working on a film, television production or other live action piece and is responsible for making artistic and technical decisions related to the image.
Coming Down the Mountain is a 2007 British television film which was shown on BBC One, written by Mark Haddon (author of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time) and directed by Julie Anne Robinson.
Creep is a 2004 British-German horror film written and directed by Christopher Smith.
Dead Babies, (Mood Swingers for US release), is a 2000 British film directed by William Marsh.
Dead Man's Shoes is a 2004 British psychological thriller film written and directed by Shane Meadows, and co-written by Paddy Considine, who also starred in the lead role.
Disobedience is a 2017 drama film directed by Sebastián Lelio and written by Lelio and Rebecca Lenkiewicz, based on the novel of the same name by Naomi Alderman.
Dive is a two-part British television drama starring Jack O'Connell, Aisling Loftus and Gina McKee.
Festival is a 2005 British black comedy film about a number of people at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe directed by Annie Griffin.
Florence Foster Jenkins is a 2016 biographical comedy-drama film directed by Stephen Frears and written by Nicholas Martin.
Glorious 39 is a 2009 British war thriller film written and directed by Stephen Poliakoff, starring Romola Garai, Bill Nighy, Julie Christie, Jeremy Northam, Christopher Lee, David Tennant, Jenny Agutter and Eddie Redmayne.
Joe's Palace is a BBC television drama, (co-produced by the BBC and HBO) and written and directed by Stephen Poliakoff.
John Adams is a 2008 American television miniseries chronicling most of U.S. President John Adams's political life and his role in the founding of the United States.
Johnny English Reborn is a 2011 British spy action comedy film directed by Oliver Parker.
Les Misérables is a 2012 musical drama film directed by Tom Hooper and scripted by William Nicholson, Alain Boublil, Claude-Michel Schönberg, and Herbert Kretzmer, based on the 1862 French novel of the same name by Victor Hugo, which also inspired a 1980 concept album and 1985 musical by Boublil and Schönberg.
London Road is a 2015 British musical mystery crime drama film directed by Rufus Norris and written by Adam Cork and Alecky Blythe based on their National Theatre musical of the same name, which in turn is based on the interviews about the Steve Wright killings.
Longford is a 2006 British television drama film directed by Tom Hooper and written by Peter Morgan.
Murder in Suburbia is a British television drama series first broadcast on ITV on 13 March 2004.
My Wrongs #8245–8249 & 117 is the first film by Chris Morris, starring Paddy Considine as a mentally disturbed man taking care of a friend's Doberman Pinscher (named Rothko, and voiced by Morris) while she's away.
Nathan Barley is a British Channel 4 television sitcom written by Charlie Brooker and Chris Morris, starring Nicholas Burns, Julian Barratt, Claire Keelan, Richard Ayoade, Ben Whishaw, Rhys Thomas and Charlie Condou.
Only Human (Seres queridos) is a 2004 Spanish-Argentine film directed by Dominic Harari and Teresa Pelegri.
Pierrepoint (titled Pierrepoint: The Last Hangman for North American release), is a 2005 British film directed by Adrian Shergold about the life of British executioner Albert Pierrepoint.
Poppy Shakespeare is a novel about mental illness by Clare Allan.
Richard II is a 2012 British television film based on William Shakespeare's play of the same name.
Room is a 2015 independent drama film directed by Lenny Abrahamson and written by Emma Donoghue, based on her novel of the same name.
Scummy Man is a short film, written and directed by Paul Fraser and produced by Mark Herbert and Diarmid Scrimshaw, based on the song "When the Sun Goes Down" by the Arctic Monkeys, and released on DVD on 10 April 2006 by Domino Recording Company.
Ten Minutes Older is a 2002 film project consisting of two compilation feature films titled The Trumpet and The Cello.
The Boat That Rocked (retitled Pirate Radio in North America, Good Morning England in France, Radio Rock Revolution in Germany, and I Love Radio Rock in Italy)) is a 2009 British comedy film written and directed by Richard Curtis, with pirate radio in the United Kingdom during the 1960s as its setting. The film has an ensemble cast featuring Philip Seymour Hoffman, Bill Nighy, Rhys Ifans, Nick Frost, and Kenneth Branagh. Set in 1966, it tells the story of the fictitious pirate radio station "Radio Rock" and its crew of eclectic disc jockeys, who broadcast rock and pop music to the United Kingdom from a ship anchored in the North Sea while the British government endeavours to shut them down. It was produced by Working Title Films for Universal Pictures, and was filmed on the Isle of Portland and at Shepperton Studios. After the world premiere in London's Leicester Square on 29 March 2009, the film was released in United Kingdom and Ireland on 1 April 2009. It was a commercial failure at the British box office, making only US$10.1 million in its first three months, just a fifth of its US$50 million production cost. It received mixed reviews, with most criticism directed at its muddled storyline and 2¼-hour length. For its North American release the film had its running time cut by 20 minutes, and was retitled Pirate Radio. Opening 13 November 2009, it was still commercially unsuccessful in the US, earning only US$8 million. When the worldwide theatrical run was finished in January 2010, the film had grossed US$36.3 million.
The Book Group is a British comedy drama that was broadcast on Channel 4 between 2002 and 2003 and ran for two seasons.
The Danish Girl is a 2015 romantic drama film directed by Tom Hooper, based on the 2000 novel of the same name by David Ebershoff, and loosely inspired by the lives of Danish painters Lili Elbe and Gerda Wegener.
The King's Speech is a 2010 British historical drama film directed by Tom Hooper and written by David Seidler.
The Program (working title Icon) is a 2015 biographical drama film about Lance Armstrong directed by Stephen Frears, starring Ben Foster as Armstrong and Chris O'Dowd as journalist David Walsh.
This Is England is a 2006 British drama film written and directed by Shane Meadows.
This Is England '86 is a 2010 British drama miniseries written by Shane Meadows and Jack Thorne, a spin-off from the 2006 film This Is England.
This Is England '88 is a 2011 British drama miniseries written by Shane Meadows and Jack Thorne as a spin-off from the 2006 film This Is England.
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Victoria & Abdul is a 2017 British biographical comedy-drama film directed by Stephen Frears and written by Lee Hall.
X+Y, released in the US as A Brilliant Young Mind, is a 2014 British drama film directed by Morgan Matthews starring Asa Butterfield, Rafe Spall and Sally Hawkins.