Alun Bollinger, MNZM (born 1948) is a New Zealand cinematographer, who has worked on several Peter Jackson films, and many other films in New Zealand. He has also been a Director of Photography, including the second unit for Peter Jackson's trilogy The Lord of the Rings. He started as a trainee cine-camera operator for television with the New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation in 1966.
A documentary released in 2008, Barefoot Cinema: The Art and Life of Cinematographer Alun Bollinger, turns the camera 180 degrees and looks at AlBol's work and life.
He lives at Blacks Point, near Reefton on the West Coast of New Zealand, with his wife Helen, called HelBol.
- 1978: Charlie Horse
- 1980: Beyond Reasonable Doubt
- 1981: Goodbye Pork Pie
- 1983: Patu!
- 1984: Vigil
- 1985: Came a Hot Friday
- 1986: For Love Alone (Australia)
- 1994: Heavenly Creatures
- 1995: Forgotten Silver
- 1995: Cinema of Unease
- 1996: The Frighteners
- 2003: Perfect Strangers
- 2004: Oyster Farmer (Australia)
- 2005: River Queen
- 2007: Lovely Rita
- 2010: Matariki
- 2017: The Stolen
- The New Zealand Listener, 13 May 2006 (pages 38-40)
- North and South (New Zealand), March 2007 (pages 74-81)
- Alun's profile and screenography on NZ On Screen
- Alun Bollinger at the Internet Movie Database
- Alun Bollinger - Biography at Arts Foundation of New Zealand
- Awards for Cinematography
- New Zealand Listener interview
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