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Cinematographer who established himself in the 1960s with his work on two Ken Russell films, "Billion Dollar Brain" (1967) and "Women in Love" (1969). Outstanding credits include his understated photography on John Schlesinger's "Sunday Bloody Sunday" (1971), his sweeping panoramic views in "The Wind and the Lion" (1974), his autumnal work on Mark Rydell's "On Golden Pond" (1981) and the Oscar-winning "Gandhi" (1982). He is the son of British director of photography Billie Williams.

Cinematographer who established himself in the 1960s with his work on two Ken Russell films, "Billion Dollar Brain" (1967) and "Women in Love" (1969). Outstanding credits include his understated photography on John Schlesinger's "Sunday Bloody Sunday" (1971), his sweeping panoramic views in "The Wind and the Lion" (1974), his autumnal work on Mark Rydell's "On Golden Pond" (1981) and the Oscar-winning "Gandhi" (1982). He is the son of British director of photography Billie Williams.

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 Lost Treasure (2003)
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 Blue Streak (1999)
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 Five Desperate Hours (1997) Harold
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 Unlikely Angel (1996) Security Guard
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 DROP Squad (1994)
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