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Chance Shirley

Chance Shirley is a cinematographer and director, known for Interplanetary (2008), Hide and Creep (2004) and For a Few Zombies More (2015). He is married to Stacey Shirley. See full bio »

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Known For

Interplanetary
Interplanetary Director
(2008)
Hide and Creep
Hide and Creep Director
(2004)
For a Few Zombies More
(2015)
It Is What It Is
It Is What It Is Camera and Electrical Department
(2014)

Filmography

Hide Hide Show Show Cinematographer (6 credits)
 2015 Lullaby Procedure (Short) (completed)
 2012 Josiah (Short) (completed)
 2014 Is This You? (Short)
 2013 Nine Minutes (Short)
 2006 Golden Age (Short)
 2004 Programming to Die For (Short)
Show Show Director (4 credits)
Show Show Writer (3 credits)
Show Show Camera and Electrical Department (2 credits)
Show Show Editor (2 credits)
Show Show Producer (2 credits)
Show Show Actor (1 credit)
Show Show Location management (1 credit)
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