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Laela Kilbourn


Chosen by Indiewire as one of "8 More Female Cinematographers You Should Know About", director of photography Laela Kilbourn has accumulated documentary feature credits including "Swim Team", which won Best Cinematography at the Wales International Documentary Festival. She has filmed six Sundance Film Festival hits: the Peabody Award winning "How... See full bio »
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Swim Team
Swim Team Cinematographer
(2016)
How to Dance in Ohio
How to Dance in Ohio Cinematographer
(2015)
American Teen
American Teen Cinematographer
(2008)
Word Wars
Word Wars Cinematographer
(2004)

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 2011 Down the Shore (additional camera operator)
 2010 Beware the Gonzo (camera operator: "b" camera)
 2003 Today Will Be Yesterday Tomorrow (cinematographer: some scenes)
 2000 Requiem for a Dream (additional first assistant camera - uncredited)
 1999 Kill by Inches (first assistant camera)
 1999 Three Seasons (second assistant camera)
 1998 Going Nomad (additional first assistant camera)
 1997 Wag the Dog (additional second assistant camera - uncredited)
 1997 Tempête dans un verre d'eau (first assistant camera)
 1997 Academy Boyz (assistant camera)
 1997 Kiss & Tell (first assistant camera)
 1997 Bad Manners (first assistant camera)
 1997 Six Ways to Sunday (additional first assistant camera)
 1997 Cop Land (additional assistant camera - uncredited)
 1996 The Cottonwood (first assistant camera)
 1996 Milk & Money (second assistant camera)
 1996 Joe & Joe (assistant camera)
 1996 Girls Town (first assistant camera)
 1995 The Pompatus of Love (second camera assistant)
 1995 Ten Benny (second assistant camera)
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Winner of the Best Cinematography Award for "Swim Team" at the Wales International Documentary Festival 2017.

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