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Gregory Middleton

Gregory Middleton is a Canadian cinematographer,[1] who won the Genie Award for Best Cinematography at the 29th Genie Awards for his work on the film Fugitive Pieces.[2]

He was also nominated for Kissed at the 18th Genie Awards in 1997,[3] for The Falling at the 19th Genie Awards in 1998,[4] for The Five Senses at the 20th Genie Awards in 1999,[1] for Between Strangers at the 23rd Genie Awards in 2002,[5] and for Falling Angels at the 24th Genie Awards in 2004.[6] He is also a two-time Emmy Award nominee for Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (One Hour), for his work on Game of Thrones.

He is an alumnus of the University of British Columbia.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c Mark Dillon, "Gregory Middleton’s sense of vision". Playback, December 15, 1999.
  2. ^ Jay Stone, "Passchendaele sweeps Genie awards; But Gross passed over for best actor award". Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, April 6, 2009.
  3. ^ Craig Macinnis, "Sweet on The Hereafter; Atom Egoyan movie leads Genie parade". Edmonton Journal, November 5, 1997.
  4. ^ "They dream of Genies". Halifax Daily News, December 8, 1998.
  5. ^ Marke Andrews, "Ararat leads films with nine Genie nominations". Vancouver Sun, December 11, 2002.
  6. ^ Sheri Block, "'Fallen Angels' earns six nominations". Regina Leader-Post, March 18, 2004.

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