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Stephen Goldblatt (2010)
He was educated at London's Royal College of Art and began his career as cameraman for documentaries and commercials. Goldblatt made the transition to feature films in the mid-1980s, quickly acquiring work with directors Tony Scott, Francis Coppola, and Richard Donner.
In the 1990s, Goldblatt joined the Batman series with director Joel Schumacher and shot Batman Forever and Batman and Robin. He has earned two Academy Award nominations, one for Barbra Streisand's The Prince of Tides (1991) and the other for Batman Forever (1995).
1 The Mehinacu - Disappearing World 2 The Quechua - Disappearing World 3 Breaking Glass 4 Outland 5 Return of the Soldier 6 The Hunger 7 The Cotton Club 8 Young Sherlock Holmes 9 Lethal Weapon 10 Everybody's All American 11 Lethal Weapon 2 12 Joe Versus the Volcano 13 Prince of Tides 14 For the Boys 15 Consenting Adults 16 Pelican Brief 17 Batman Forever 18 Striptease 19 Batman and Robin 20 Conspiracy 21 Path to War 22 Millennium "Angels in America" 23 Perestroika "Angels in America" 24 Closer 25 Charlie Wilson's War 26 Rent 27 Julie and Julia 28 Percy Jackson 29 The Help 30 Get On Up
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