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Terrence C. Stacey
24 July 1962
Terry Stacey (born 24 July 1962) is an English cinematographer. He graduated from the University of Manchester, England. He moved to New York in the early 1980s and worked as a still photographer and musician working at The Collective for the Living Cinema. He made and edited Super 8mm shorts, and experimenting in the music video arena.
He began by making documentaries while traveling through South America with his 16 mm bolex. He continued making documentaries in England, India, and Iceland. Stacey has written and directed many of his own short films.
|2021||The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard|
|2019||The Poison Rose|
|2018||Den of Thieves|
|2017||A Dog's Purpose|
|Elvis & Nixon|
|2014||Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day|
|This Is Where I Leave You|
|21 & Over|
|Take Me Home Tonight|
|The Extra Man|
|2007||The Nanny Diaries|
|P.S. I Love You|
|2006||Friends with Money|
|In Her Shoes|
|2004||The Door in the Floor|
|2002||The Laramie Project|
|Just a Kiss|
|Things Behind the Sun|
|2000||Conrad & Butler Take a Vacation|
|The Dream Catcher|
|2015||Flesh and Bone||7 episodes|
|2014||Resurrection||Episode: "The Returned"|
|2002||Sex and the City||4 episodes|
- In 1999 he won special mention for The Dream Catcher at the Thessaloniki Film Festival.
- In 1995 Bad Liver and Broken Heart starring Sam Rockwell was screened at the Berlin International Film Festival.
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