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Eric Graduated Goddard College with a BA, then, went on to UCLA Graduate School to study Filmmaking. He was the Director of Photography on 15 theatrical features, including Albert Brook's "Lost in America", a short film called 'Exploratorium' (Oscar nominee for Best Short Film) and "Symbiosis", a 16 minute, 70 Millimeter film shot for the Land ... See full bio »

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Known For

The Hills Have Eyes Cinematographer
(1977)
Death Race 2000 Camera and Electrical Department
(1975)
Tidal Wave Cinematographer
(1973)
A Force of One Camera and Electrical Department
(1979)

Filmography

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 1985 Lost in America (director of photography)
 1983 The Golden Seal (director of photography)
 1982 Boxoffice
 1981 Modern Romance (director of photography)
 1979 Real Life
 1978 Starhops
 1977 You Light Up My Life (director of photography)
 1977 The Hills Have Eyes (director of photography)
 1977 Juan Pérez Jolote (Documentary)
 1976 Eat My Dust (director of photography)
 1975 Summer School Teachers (director of photography)
 1973 Tidal Wave (US version)
 1972 FTA (Documentary) (camera)
 1972 Fillmore (Documentary)
 1971 Jimi Plays Berkeley (Documentary)
Show Show Camera and Electrical Department (10 credits)
Show Show Producer (1 credit)
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For 'Symbiosis', Saarinen circumnavigated the globe two-and-a-half times in 13 months to film the natural and ancient man-made wonders of the world exposing the history of man's relationship with the environment. Seen by 28 million people during its 11 year run. See more »

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