Hugh Johnson (I) (1946–2015)

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Known For

The Chronicles of Riddick Cinematographer
Kingdom of Heaven Camera and Electrical Department
G.I. Jane Cinematographer
Eragon Cinematographer


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 2011 Shinya Kimura (Documentary short)
 2011 Two Friendly Ghosts (Short)
 2008 From a Place of Darkness (director of photography)
 2006 Eragon (director of photography)
 2004 The Chronicles of Riddick (director of photography)
 1997 G.I. Jane (director of photography)
 1996 White Squall (director of photography)
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 2011 Shinya Kimura (Documentary short) (camera operator)
 2005 Kingdom of Heaven (director of photography: second unit)
 1992 1492: Conquest of Paradise (director of photography: second unit - uncredited)
 1983 The Hunger (additional photographer) / (focus)
 1979 Dominique (clapper loader - uncredited)
 1977 The Duellists (clapper loader)
 1974 Stardust (clapper loader)
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 2008 From a Place of Darkness (second unit director)
 2005 Kingdom of Heaven (second unit director)
 1997 G.I. Jane (second unit director: Washington D.C.)
 1992 1492: Conquest of Paradise (second unit director)
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 1999 Chill Factor

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Photographed and directed Renault Mégane TV commercial "Sports Café" (1997). See more »

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In 1994, he was set to make his feature debut as a director of photography on Ridley Scott's film "Hot Zone" before it was cancelled. Instead, he shot Scott's next project, White Squall (1996). See more »



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