Luc Montpellier

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Luc Montpellier is a Canadian cinematographer.[1] He is most noted for his work on the 2013 film It Was You Charlie, for which he was a Canadian Screen Award nominee for Best Cinematography at the 3rd Canadian Screen Awards in 2014.[2]

He has also been a Canadian Society of Cinematographers award winner for Best Cinematography in a Dramatic Short in 2000 for the short film Soul Cages,[3] and a Gemini Award winner for Best Photography in a Dramatic Program or Series at the 18th Gemini Awards in 2003 for the television film Hemingway vs. Callaghan.[4]

He is a native of the Chelmsford neighbourhood in Sudbury, Ontario,[5] and an alumnus of the film school at Ryerson University.[3]





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