Dick Pope (cinematographer)
Richard "Dick" Pope, B.S.C. (born 1947) is a British cinematographer who has worked numerous times with British film director Mike Leigh. He has twice been nominated for an Academy Award, for The Illusionist and Mr. Turner, which was his first feature to be shot digitally.
|Born||1947 (age 71–72)|
Academy Awards and nominationsEdit
Other awards and nominationsEdit
- 1988 – Porterhouse Blue (nominated) BAFTA TV Award Best Film Cameraman
- 1990 – The Reflecting Skin (won) – Sitges - Catalan International Film Festival Best Cinematography
- 1995 – Nothing Personal (nominated) Camerimage Golden Frog
- 1996 – Secrets & Lies (won) Camerimage Golden Frog
- 1999 – Camerimage – Special Award Best Duo: Director – Cinematographer (Shared with: Mike Leigh)
- 2004 – Vera Drake (won) Camerimage Golden Frog
- 2006 – The Illusionist (won) San Diego Film Critics Society Awards – SDFCS Award – Best Cinematography
- 2007 – The Illusionist (nominated) American Society of Cinematographers ASC Award – Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Theatrical Releases
- 2007 – The Illusionist (won) Camerimage Silver Frog
- 2014 – Mr. Turner (won) Cannes Film Festival Vulcan Award
- 2015 – Royal Photographic Society Lumière Award For major achievement in British cinematography, video or animation.
- The New York Times
- Strang, Fay (15 January 2015). "Mr Turner's Dick Pope called POOP by Academy's president during live Oscar nominations". Daily Mirror. Retrieved 15 January 2015.
- http://www.rps.org/awards/recent-ceremonies/2015-awards Accessed 20 September 2015