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Douglas Milsome BSC, ASC (born 1939) is an English cinematographer. A former camera operator for John Alcott on films like A Clockwork Orange, Barry Lyndon, and The Shining, Milsome became a collaborator with director Stanley Kubrick following Alcott's death in 1986. His filmography numerous genre films including Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, Highlander: Endgame, Dungeons & Dragons, and Dracula III: Legacy. He has also worked with Jean-Claude Van Damme on films such as Legionnaire and The Hard Corps.
Sometimes credited as Doug Milsome, perhaps his most-widely seen work to date is Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves. He collaborated with Stanley Kubrick and John Alcott in the 1970s, as camera operator and second-unit photographer, and became Kubrick's director of photography for Full Metal Jacket. Known for his mastery of difficult focus techniques, tested especially with the idiosyncratic lenses used on Barry Lyndon to film scenes by candlelight, he was consulted for Kubrick's final project, Eyes Wide Shut.
His son, Mark Milsome (born 1963), was also a camera operator, and was killed in an incident during a shoot in 2017.
- Full Metal Jacket
- Lonesome Dove
- Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
- Great Expectations
- Body of Evidence
- Sunset Grill
- Highlander: Endgame
- Dungeons & Dragons
- Dracula II: Ascension
- Dracula III: Legacy
- The Hard Corps
- The Guns of Navarone
- The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb
- A Clockwork Orange
- Barry Lyndon
- Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe?
- Seven Nights in Japan
- The Shining
- A View to a Kill
- The Last of the Mohicans
- Lennon, Peter (8 March 1999). "Visions of heaven and hell". The Guardian. Retrieved 13 February 2011.
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