Lee Daniel

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Lee Daniel
Born Lee Cavender Daniel
(1962-01-23) 23 January 1962 (age 53)
Occupation Cinematographer

Lee Cavender Daniel is a cinematographer. He was born in Dallas, Texas on 23 January 1962. His best known film is Dazed and Confused, directed by Richard Linklater. Daniel has worked on many of Linklater's films and worked with Linklater as a co-founder of the Austin Film Society. He is a graduate of the University of Texas. He helped his brother Bill Daniel on the underground hobo culture film Who is Bozo Texino?.

His trademark is "709" and the number can be seen in several of the films on which he has worked. Much like the trademark appearances by Alfred Hitchcock, they are always quick and subtle.

His filmography includes

  • Boyhood (2014)
  • The Dungeon Masters (2008)
  • Me, Myself, & I (2007)
  • The Unforeseen (2007)
  • Fast Food Nation (2006)
  • You're Gonna Miss Me (2005)
  • Los Lonely Boys (2004) (V) (videos "Heaven", "More than Love [Spanish]", "More than Love" and "More than Love [Performance]")
  • Be Here to Love Me: A Film About Townes Van Zandt (2004)
  • Before Sunset (2004)
  • Alamo Mania (2004) (TV)
  • Lubbock Lights (2003)
  • From an Objective Point of View (2002)
  • The Monster (2001)
  • I Remember Me (2000)
  • Don't Dance with Death (1999) (director of photography)
  • Secrets of the CIA (1998) (TV)
  • SubUrbia (1996) (director of photography)
  • Before Sunrise (1995)
  • The Making of '...And God Spoke' (1993)
  • Dazed and Confused (1993)
  • Slacker (1991)
  • Never Leave Nevada (1991)

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