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Vincent G. Cox

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He is a renowned South African cinematographer and a creator of many memorable images in that country's long cinema history, such as the haunting shot of the setting sun in Jans Rautenbach's Katrina (1969), the crash dive of the hungry seagulls in Wild Season (1967), the horrific crash scene in My Way (1972) and the eerie, mist-laden final killing... See more trivia »
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 2007 The Raven (TV Movie) (director of photography)
 2002 Pets
 2002 Hooded Angels (director of photography)
 1999/I Africa
 1999 Dazzle
 1997 The Legend of the Hidden City (TV Series) (director of photography - 1 episode)
- Episode #1.39 (1997) ... (director of photography - as Vincent C. Cox)
 1993 Terminator Woman (as Vincent Cox)
 1990 Act of Piracy
 1990 The Gold Cup (as Vincent Cox)
 1988 Space Mutiny
 1988 Rage to Kill (as Vincent Cox)
 1987 Sri Lanka - Leuchtendes Land (Documentary)
 1986 Screenplay (TV Series) (director of photography - 1 episode)
- Asinamali (1986) ... (director of photography)
 1983 Survival Zone
 1981 The Demon (as Vincent Cox)
 1980 Shamwari
 1977 My Way II
 1975 Kniediep...
 1973 Die Bankrower
 1972 My Way
 1971 Creatures the World Forgot (as Vincent Cox)
 1970 Scotty & Co.
 1969 Katrina
 1968 Raka (as Vincent Cox)
 1968 Die Kandidaat
 1967 Wild Season
 1965 King Hendrik
 1959 Satanskoraal
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Vincent C. Cox | Vincent Cox
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He is a renowned South African cinematographer and a creator of many memorable images in that country's long cinema history, such as the haunting shot of the setting sun in Jans Rautenbach's Katrina (1969), the crash dive of the hungry seagulls in Wild Season (1967), the horrific crash scene in My Way (1972) and the eerie, mist-laden final killing in the Knysna forests in Ongewenste Vreemdeling (... See more »

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