Barry Ackroyd is an Oscar nominated Director of Photography (The Hurt Locker) known for his long collaborative film-making relationship with British auteur director, Ken Loach, as well as his reputation for shooting some of the most provocative films with high profile directors, including Paul Greengrass, Kathryn Bigelow, and Baltazar Kormákur. Ackroyd lensed no fewer than twelve films for Loach, culminating in the Cannes Film Festival Golden Palm-winning The Wind that Shakes the Barley. He began working with director Paul Greengrass on United 93, and followed that with The Green Zone, starring Matt Damon, and most recently the Tom Hanks starrer, Captain Philips, which earned him ASC and BAFTA award nominations this year.
- “The Electrical Life of Louis Wain” — in movie theaters now!
- “Invasion” premieres on Apple TV+ tomorrow!
- David Katznelson earns a Critics’ Choice Documentary Award nomination for “The Rescue”!
- “South of Heaven” opens in theaters today
- “The Guilty” arrives on Netflix today (Art Direction by Beauchamp Fontaine)
- “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” opens in theaters this weekend!
- “BELFAST” wins the People’s Choice Award at the Toronto Film Festival!
- “The Survivor” premieres at TIFF to positive reviews
- Dan Brown’s “The Lost Symbol” begins airing this Thursday on Peacock TV
- “Small Engine Repair” opens in movie theaters this weekend
- John Conroy, ASC, ISC Earns a BAFTA Cymru Award Nomination
- “The Protégé” premieres in theaters today
- “Sweet Girl” starts streaming today on Netflix
- Nine Perfect Strangers Premieres on Hulu
- The Star-Studded “Modern Love” Returns with a New Season