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Evan B. Stone


Evan B. Stone is a cinematographer and producer, known for Behind Enemy Lines: Eagles vs Giants (2010), True Life (1998) and How Clean Is Your House? (2004). See full bio »

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Known For

True Life
True Life Producer
(2010)
How Clean Is Your House?
(2004)
Tales from the East Side
(1999)

Filmography

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  Guntucky (TV Series) (4 episodes, 2013) (director of photography - 5 episodes, 2013)
- Machine Gun Shoot-Out (2013) ... (director of photography)
- Doomsday (2013) ... (director of photography)
- New Girl (2013)
- Cabin Fever (2013) ... (director of photography)
 2012 All Ages: The Boston Hardcore Film (Documentary)
 2011 Finding Bigfoot (TV Series documentary) (director of photography - 1 episode)
- Alaska's Bigfoot Island (2011) ... (director of photography)
 2009-2010 Destination Truth (TV Series) (director of photography - 14 episodes)
- Spirits of Easter Island/The Moa (2010) ... (director of photography - as Evan Stone)
- Haunted Mining Town/The Taniwha (2010) ... (director of photography - as Evan Stone)
- The Jersey Devil/The Yeren (2010) ... (director of photography - as Evan Stone)
- Ghosts of the Great Wall/Israeli Mermaid (2010) ... (director of photography - as Evan Stone)
- Ghosts of Masada/The Leprechaun (2010) ... (director of photography - as Evan Stone)
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