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Phil Meheux Biography

  • Profession: Cinematographer
  • Born: Jan 1, 0001
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

Since making his debut as a full-fledged feature film cinematographer in [[Feature~V29922~The Long Good Friday~thelonggoodfriday]] (1980), Philip Meheux has filmed a wide variety of features. He started out as a projectionist for the BBC and soon became a documentary cameraman. In the early '70s, Meheux photographed 18 long documentaries for the television series Man Alive. He remained with the BBC for a dozen years and then left to make [[Feature~V85213~Black Joy~blackjoy]], which marked the first time Meheux had worked with 35 mm film. The film was produced by director [[Performer~P83980~Martin Campbell~martincampbell]]. Meheux and Campbell have worked together since, on collaborations including [[Feature~V11539~Criminal Law~criminallaw]] (1989), [[Feature~V131177~No Escape~noescape]] (1994), and the James Bond thriller [[Feature~V135622~Goldeneye~goldeneye]] (1995). Meheux has also worked with other directors, including [[Performer~P104729~Philip Noyce~phillipnoyce]] on The Saint (1997). ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi

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