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      Bruno Delbonnel

      Bruno Delbonnel

      Highest Rated: 92% The Tragedy of Macbeth (2021)

      Lowest Rated: 25% The Woman in the Window (2021)

      Birthday: Not Available

      Birthplace: Nancy, Meurthe-et-Moselle, France

      French cinematographer Bruno Delbonnel was born in the late 1950s in the French town of Nancy. Delbonnel studied at the celebrated College of Cinematography in Paris. Although he spent much of the 1980s working for various productions as a camera operator, Bruno had his first true opportunity with director Jean-Pierre Jeunet on "Amelie" (2001). Here he had a chance to show off his delicate strength with muted color and lighting. Jeunet must have liked what he saw for the two worked again three years later on "A Very Long Engagement" (2004). Delbonnel began working with American directors beginning with the Truman Capote biopic "Infamous" (2006), followed by Julie Taymor's Beatles homage "Across the Universe" (2007). His next few projects took a turn towards fantasy, and he used his growing skill to seamlessly blend the emerging use of CGI and traditional camera work to his advantage. His work on the third film in the Harry Potter franchise, "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" (2009) was followed by the Aleksandr Sokurov-directed "Faust" (2011), itself followed by Tim Burton's campy TV reworking "Dark Shadows" (2012). His next project came from the Coen Brothers, on their early 1960s period piece "Inside Llewyn Davis" (2013), a rare project on which the filmmakers did not work with their usual cinematogrpaher Roger Deakins. Delbonnel's dark and moody camera work brought him numerous citations from as diverse organizations as The American Society of Cinematographers and the Central Ohio Film Critics, as well as an Oscar nomination.


      Bruno Delbonnel BIG EYES, cinematographer Bruno Delbonnel (left, blue shirt), director Tim Burton (framing), Amy Adams (right), as Margaret Keane, 2014. ph: Leah Gallo/©Weinstein Company INFAMOUS, cinematographer Bruno Delbonnel, on set, 2006. ©Warner Independent INFAMOUS, Toby Jones as Truman Capote, cinematographer Bruno Delbonnel, 2006. ©Warner Independent INFAMOUS, director Douglas McGrath (standing) and cinematographer Bruno Delbonnel (at camera), on set, © 2006 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.



      92% 74% The Tragedy of Macbeth Cinematographer - 2021
      25% 33% The Woman in the Window Cinematographer - 2021
      89% 78% The Ballad of Buster Scruggs Cinematographer - 2018
      84% 82% Darkest Hour Cinematographer $56.3M 2017
      No Score Yet 100% Keepers of the Magic Self - 2016
      64% 60% Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children Cinematographer $87.2M 2016
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Close Encounters with Vilmos Zsigmond Unknown (Character) - 2016
      87% 47% Francofonia Cinematographer $290.1K 2015
      72% 68% Big Eyes Cinematographer $14.5M 2014
      92% 74% Inside Llewyn Davis Cinematographer $13.2M 2013
      35% 46% Dark Shadows Cinematographer $79.7M 2012
      84% 78% Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Cinematographer $302.0M 2009
      53% 82% Across the Universe Cinematographer $24.3M 2007
      74% 69% Infamous Cinematographer $1.2M 2006
      79% 85% A Very Long Engagement Cinematographer - 2004
      No Score Yet 62% Not for or Against Cinematographer - 2003
      76% 51% The Cat's Meow Cinematographer $3.2M 2001
      89% 95% Amélie Cinematographer $33.2M 2001
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Not Everybody's Lucky Enough to Have Communist Parents Photographer - 1993
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Pas de Repos Pour Billy Brakko Cinematographer - 1984