NICOLAS ROEG

August 5, 1928 – November 23, 2018

Age: 90
Hometown: London, England
Cause of Death: Natural Causes


Best known for directing the horror film “Don’t Look Now,” Nicolas Roeg got his start in Hollywood as a cinematographer and eventually became the prolific director that most know him as today. “Walkabout” was the first film of his that I came across, as it deals with adult themes set in the Australian Outback. He is also widely known for directing “The Witches” and “The Man Who Fell To Earth,” starring David Bowie. Although he may be gone, his legacy will live on in his work forever.


NICOLAS ROEG’S DIRECTORIAL FILMOGRAPHY

1970 Performance  
1971 Walkabout  
1972 Glastonbury Fayre Documentary
1973 Don’t Look Now  
1976 The Man Who Fell to Earth  
1980 Bad Timing
 
1983 Eureka  
1984 Roger Waters: 5:01AM (The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking, Pt. 10) Short
1984 Roger Waters: 4:41AM (Sexual Revolution) Short
1984 Roger Waters: 5:06AM (Every Strangers Eyes) Short
1985 Insignificance
 
1986 Castaway  
1987 AIDS: Monolith Video short
1987 AIDS: Iceberg Short
1987 Aria Segment “Un ballo in maschera”
1988 Track 29
 
1989 Sweet Bird of Youth Television movie
1990 The Witches
 
1991 Cold Heaven
 
1993 The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles Episode: “Paris, October 1916”
1993 Heart of Darkness Television movie
1995 Two Deaths
 
1995 Full Body Massage Television movie
1995 Hotel Paradise Short
1996 Samson and Delilah Television mini-series
1999 The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Demons of Deception Video segment: “Paris”
2000 The Sound of Claudia Schiffer Short
2007 Puffball: The Devil’s Eyeball  
2014 The Film That Buys the Cinema Documentary


NICOLAS ROEG’S CINEMATOGRAPHY

1951 Calling Bulldog Drummond Assistant camera (uncredited)
1952 Evidence for Hire Focus puller (uncredited)
1953 The Slasher Focus puller (uncredited)
1953 All Hallowe’en (short) Clapper loader (uncredited)
1954 John Wesley Assistant camera (uncredited)
1956 Bhowani Junction Assistant camera (uncredited)
1956 Pacific Destiny Clapper loader (uncredited)
1958 The Man Inside Camera operator
1958 A Woman Possessed Camera operator
1958 Moment of Indiscretion Camera operator
1958 Room 43
Camera operator
1959 Great Van Robbery Camera operator
1959 The Child and the Killer Camera operator
1959 The Bandit of Zhobe Camera operator
1959 Innocent Meeting
Camera operator
1959 Tarzan’s Greatest Adventure Camera operator
1960 Jazz Boat
Camera operator
1960 The Trials of Oscar Wilde Camera operator
1960 The Sundowners Camera operator
1961 Doctor Blood’s Coffin Camera operator
1961 Ghost Squad (6 Episodes) Cinematographer
1961 Information Received Cinematographer
1961 The Pursuers (Episode: “The Frame”) Cinematographer
1962 Lawrence of Arabia Second unit photography
1962 Band of Thieves Director of photography
1963 Just for Fun Cinematographer
1963 The Guest
Cinematographer
1963 Dr. Crippen Director of photography
1964 Nothing But the Best Cinematographer
1964 The Masque of the Red Death Photographed by
1964 Code 7, Victim 5 Director of photography
1964 The Girl-Getters Director of photography
1964 Seaside Swingers Director of photography
1965 Doctor Zhivago Cinematographer (uncredited)
1966 Judith Additional photography
1966 Breakthrough (short) Cinematographer
1967 Casino Royale Additional photography
1967 Far from the Madding Crowd Director of photography
1968 Petulia Cinematographer
1970 Performance Photographed by
1971 Walkabout Photographed by
1972 Glastonbury Fayre (Documentary) Cinematographer
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