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).

Filmography

Movies

Credit
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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