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Jordan Cronenweth

Highest Rated: 100% Stop Making Sense (1984)

Lowest Rated: 54% Final Analysis (1992)

Birthday: Feb 20, 1935

Birthplace: Los Angeles, California, USA

Jordan Cronenweth was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 1978, yet though often fighting pain, he not only continued to work as one of Hollywood's premiere directors of photography into the 90s, but also did some of his most innovative work after the diagnosis. Cronenweth is best recalled for his hallucinogenic lighting of "Altered States" (1980), the luminous and yet at the same time neo-expressionistic lighting of Ridley Scott's "Blade Runner" (1982), which won the Best Cinematography BAFTA Award, and Francis Ford Coppola's "Peggy Sue Got Married" (1986), which earned an Oscar nomination for his elegiac use of lighting that bespoke time, mood, place, and remembrance.

Filmography

Movies

Credit
54% 36% Final Analysis Cinematographer $27M 1992
62% 86% U2 Rattle and Hum Cinematographer $8.6M 1988
86% 55% Peggy Sue Got Married Cinematographer $37.7M 1986
100% 98% Stop Making Sense Cinematographer $148.4K 1984
90% 91% Blade Runner Cinematographer $3.9M 1982
91% 70% Cutter's Way Cinematographer - 1981
85% 71% Altered States Cinematographer - 1980
86% 78% Rolling Thunder Cinematographer - 1977
100% 68% Citizens Band Cinematographer - 1977
No Score Yet 45% Gable and Lombard Cinematographer - 1976
No Score Yet 58% Zandy's Bride Cinematographer - 1974
No Score Yet 46% Birds of Prey Cinematographer - 1973

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