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John de Borman
John de Borman was a BAFTA Award nominee for his cinematography of the miniseries Tsunami: The Aftermath, which was his first collaboration with Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day director Bharat Nalluri.
Mr. de Borman was an Independent Spirit Award nominee for his work on Michael Almereyda's Hamlet. In 2000, he was honored with the Evening Standard British Award for Best Technical/Artistic Achievement, given for his body of work in general and for his cinematography of Gillies Mackinnon's Hideous Kinky in particular. For the latter director, he has also shot the feature films Tara Road, Pure, Small Faces, and Trojan Eddie.
His other feature credits include as cinematographer include Peter Chelsom's The Mighty, Serendipity, and Shall We Dance; Nigel Cole's Saving Grace and A Lot Like Love; Bill Forsyth's Gregory's Two Girls; Tommy O'Haver's Ella Enchanted; Daisy V.S. Mayer's The Guru; and Peter Cattaneo's The Full Monty, written by one of the Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day screenwriter, Simon Beaufoy.
Mr. de Borman recently completed filming Joel Hopkins' Last Chance Harvey, starring Dustin Hoffman and Emma Thompson.