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Miles Finlayson

Miles Finlayson is known for his work on The Picture in the House (2010), The Walkers (2004) and Connections (2007). See full bio »

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Known For

The Picture in the House
The Picture in the House Cinematographer
The Walkers
The Walkers Camera and Electrical Department
Connections Editor


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 2010 A Windigo Tale (sound mixer)
 2010 Nazareth: Special Features (sound recordist)
 2009 Summer's Moon (sound mixer) / (sound recordist)
 2009 Smash Cut (sound recordist)
 2008 Vampiro: Angel, Devil, Hero (Documentary) (sound) / (sound recordist)
 2007 The Dead Sleep Easy (sound recordist)
 2007 Forest of the Dead (boom operator)
 2006 Crossing the Wake (sound mixer)
 2005 Final Curtain (Video) (sound editor)
 2004 The Long Weekend (sound recordist)
 2003 Sight Lines (Short) (sound mixer) / (sound recordist)
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