Barry Levinson
(Movies & TV)
Martin Scorsese
(Movies & TV)
Haskell Wexler
(Movies & TV)
John Sayles
(Movies & TV)
Rob Reiner
(Movies & TV)
Wag the Dog

See also

Robert Richardson (cinematographer)

Knowledge Identifier: +Robert_Richardson_(cinematographer)


Robert Richardson (cinematographer)

American cinematographer add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1955.

Countries: United States (71%), Vietnam (14%), (14%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Barry Levinson, Martin Scorsese, Haskell Wexler

Linked to: Rhode Island School of Design, BBC, PBS




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Robert Richardson was born in 1955 add something


In 1987, Richardson reteamed with Stone on "Wall Street" add something


In 1988, he filmed "Eight Men Out" for John Sayles add something


In 1989, he earned his second Best Cinematography Oscar nomination for Stone's "Born on the Fourth of July" add something


He worked with Sayles again in 1991 for "City of Hope" add something


In 1991, Richardson won the first of his Best Cinematography Academy awards for his work on Stone's "JFK"; he shot Stone's "The Doors" that same year add something


In 1992, he worked as director of photography on Rob Reiner's "A Few Good Men" and served as a 2nd unit photographer for Haskell Wexler on "To the Moon, Alice", a "Showtime 30-Minute Movie" add something


He began a long working relationship with Martin Scorsese in 1995, beginning with "Casino" add something


In 1995, he was cinematographer on Stone's "Nixon" add something


In 1997, Richardson photographed Errol Morris's documentary "Fast, Cheap and Out of Control" as well as filming the majority of Stone's "U Turn" and serving as director of photography for Barry Levinson's "Wag the Dog" add something


Richardson worked on the 2013 zombie film "World War Z", but asked for his name to be taken off the final product add something