Peter James (cinematographer)
7 March 1947 |
|Occupation||Cinematographer, director of photography|
|Years active||1973 — present|
Peter James (born 7 March 1947 in Sydney) is an Australian cinematographer and director of photography. James is a member of the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC), an organization that offers membership to directors of photography only "by invitation, based on an individual’s body of work".
James has acted as a cinematographer or director of photography on over 30 films since 1973 when he worked on the Australian film Avengers of the Reef. As of 2010, James has won Australian Cinematographers Society's (ACS) Milli Award four times, Australian Film Institute's Award for Best Achievement in Cinematography three times and was nominated for the award for Outstanding Cinematography for a Miniseries or Movie at the 56th Primetime Emmy Awards for his work on the 2003 television film And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself. In 1999, James was inducted into the Australian Cinematographers Society Hall of Fame for having "made a substantial contribution to the industry and the Society, as well as having left a legacy of fine work and having been responsible for training and influencing others."
|1989||Driving Miss Daisy||Director of photography|
|1991||Black Robe||Director of photography|
|1994||Silent Fall||Director of photography|
|1997||Paradise Road||Director of photography|
|1998||The Newton Boys||Director of photography|
|1999||Double Jeopardy||Director of photography|
|2000||Meet the Parents||Director of photography|
|2001||Bride of the Wind||Cinematographer|
|2003||And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself||Cinematographer|
|2005||Cheaper by the Dozen 2||Cinematographer|
|2008||27 Dresses||Director of photography|
- American Society of Cinematographers Roster, American Society of Cinematographers. Accessed 12 February 2010.
- The Legacy Lives On, American Society of Cinematographers. Accessed 12 February 2010.
- The Milli Award, Australian Cinematographers Society. Accessed 12 February 2010.
- AFI Award Winners, Feature Categories 1958-2008
- And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself, The New York Times. Accessed 12 February 2010.
- Hall of Fame, Australian Cinematographers Society. Accessed 12 February 2010.