Bruno de Keyzer

Bruno de Keyzer

Highest Rated: 89% The Ogre (1996)

Lowest Rated: 68% About Adam (2000)

Birthday: Aug 11, 1949

Birthplace: Maintenon, Eure-et-Loir, France

Bruno De Keyzer began his career as a camera operator on Louis Malle's "Black Moon" (1975) and later apprenticed under Sven Nykvist and Pasqualino de Santis. His first film as a cinematographer was "A Sunday in the Country" (1984), the first of four collaborations with director Bertrand Tavernier. Other notable credits include "Little Dorrit" (1988) and "Impromptu" (1991).



85% 54% The Princess of Montpensier Cinematographer $340.9K 2010
No Score Yet 67% Very Well, Thank You Cinematographer - 2007
No Score Yet 53% Zaina, Rider of the Atlas Cinematographer - 2005
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Day the Ponies Came Back Cinematographer - 2000
68% 47% About Adam Cinematographer $142.7K 2000
No Score Yet 24% North Star Cinematographer $3K 1996
89% 73% The Ogre Cinematographer $49.2K 1996
No Score Yet 91% War of the Buttons Cinematographer $4.7K 1994
No Score Yet 34% Afraid of the Dark Cinematographer $52.7K 1992
76% 72% Impromptu Cinematographer $128.6K 1991
No Score Yet 58% Reunion Cinematographer - 1989
No Score Yet 71% Little Dorrit Part Two: Little Dorrit's Story Cinematographer $644.6K 1988
No Score Yet 88% Little Dorrit Part One: Nobody's Fault Cinematographer - 1988


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