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Christopher Popp is known for his work on Lakshya (2004), Night Train (2009), and Five (2011). He attended the American Film Institute's (AFI) Conservatory, and upon graduating, received the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) Gregg Toland Heritage Award (named after legendary cinematographer Gregg Toland) for the cinematography in his AFI ... See full bio »
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Known For

Lakshya
Lakshya Cinematographer
(2004)
The Ascent
The Ascent Camera and Electrical Department
(2010)
Night Train
Night Train Cinematographer
(2009)
Balls to the Wall
Balls to the Wall Cinematographer
(2011)

Filmography

Hide Hide Show Show Cinematographer (14 credits)
 2018/I Hopscotch (Short) (post-production)
 2015 Herlock (TV Movie)
 2012 House Husbands (TV Movie)
 2012 Dinotasia (Documentary)
 2011 Five (TV Movie) (segment "Cheyanne")
 2011 Dinosaur Revolution (TV Series documentary) (4 episodes)
- Survival Tactics (2011)
- End Game (2011)
 2011 The Real American: Joe McCarthy (Documentary)
 2009/I Night Train
 2009 The Forgotten Ones (Video)
 2004 Lakshya
 2001 Strings
 2000 Shadows (Short)
 1999 This Is Harry Lehman (Short)
Show Show Camera and Electrical Department (9 credits)

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Shot the highest crane shot ever done for a feature film on October 13, 2003 with a 24ft Giraffe crane at 17,796 ft above the Tanglangla Pass (17,582 ft) in Ladakh, India, for the feature Lakshya. See more »

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