Owen Roizman

Owen Roizman

Highest Rated: 98% The French Connection (1971)

Lowest Rated: 48% French Kiss (1995)

Birthday: Sep 22, 1936

Birthplace: Brooklyn, New York, USA

Began his career working on TV commercials in New York and shot his first feature, Bill Gunn's "Stop," in 1970. Roizman soon became known for his gritty, documentary-influenced urban compositions, particularly in films such as "The French Connection" (1971) and "The Taking of Pelham 1, 2, 3" (1974). Roizman formed a commercial production company, Roizman and Associates, in 1983 but returned to feature-film making in 1990 with Lawrence Kasdan's "I Love You To Death."

Filmography

Movies

Credit
48% 74% French Kiss Cinematographer $36.4M 1995
77% 70% Grand Canyon Cinematographer $32.3M 1991
64% 66% The Addams Family Cinematographer $111.3M 1991
56% 63% I Love You to Death Cinematographer $14.9M 1990
90% 81% Tootsie Cinematographer - 1982
71% 53% True Confessions Cinematographer - 1981
64% 57% The Electric Horseman Cinematographer - 1979
75% 83% Straight Time Cinematographer - 1978
91% 93% Network Cinematographer - 1976
67% 65% The Stepford Wives Cinematographer - 1975
83% 87% The Exorcist Cinematographer $441.4M 1973
97% 89% Play It Again, Sam Cinematographer - 1972
98% 87% The French Connection Cinematographer - 1971

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