Bryce Young is known for his work on Winter's Bone (2010), Withered World (2013) and If Night Comes (2014). See full bio »

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Winter's Bone Miscellaneous Crew
(2010)
Withered World Camera and Electrical Department
(2013)
If Night Comes Producer
(2014)
Trunk Producer
(2014)

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 2016 On Sight (Short) (key grip)
 2015 Angel in Red (Documentary short) (second assistant camera)
 2014 All the World's a Stage (Short) (grip)
 2013-2014 Smoke Break (TV Series) (assistant camera - 45 episodes)
- Dude Wedding Fantasy (2014) ... (assistant camera)
- Lord of the Onion Rings (2014) ... (assistant camera)
- Luke Skywalker Was a Hard Ass (2014) ... (assistant camera)
- Star Wars Semantics (2013) ... (assistant camera)
- Joke Week: Genghis Khan Was a Nice Dude? (2013) ... (assistant camera)
 2013 Withered World (TV Series) (second operator - 1 episode)
- Ollie's Oms (2013) ... (second operator)
 2012/II Blindsight (Short) (assistant camera)
 2011 Hip Hop Academy (Documentary short) (camera operator)
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