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Adam Pinney is known for his work on The Arbalest (2016), Blood Car (2007) and A Is for Alex (2014). See full bio »

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The Arbalest
The Arbalest Writer
Blood Car
Blood Car Writer
A Is for Alex
A Is for Alex Writer
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 2015 Your Pretty Face Is Going to Hell (TV Series) (camera operator - 20 episodes)
- Heaven (2015) ... (camera operator: "b" camera)
- Krampus Nacht (2015) ... (camera operator) / (camera operator: "b" camera)
- Spunk (2015) ... (camera operator: "b" camera)
- National Lampoon's Fireballz (2015) ... (camera operator) / (camera operator: "b" camera)
- Nü-byle (2015) ... (camera operator: "b" camera)
 2009 Mythic Journeys (Documentary) (camera operator)
 2007 The Signal (grip)
 2004 Last Goodbye (grip)
 2003 Alibi (Short) (gaffer)
 2002 Statesmanship (Short) (gaffer)
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(March 12 to 28, 2010) He was animator for Sean Daniels and Deborah Stein's developed play, "Heist!," in an Apprentice/Intern Company production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with the 2009-2010 Acting Apprentice Company in the cast. Deborah Stein was also writer. Sean Daniels was also director. ... See more »

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