Steve Arnold ACS
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Steve is an internationally award winning cinematographer for features, television and shorts. He is currently working on A Few Less Men (dir. Mark Lamprell). Recent credits include Last Cab to Darwin (dir. Jeremy Sims); JFK: The Smoking Gun, an international documentary co-production from Montreal-based Muse Entertainment and Australian partner Cordell Jigsaw Zapruder; and the award winning documentary Red Obsession (dir. David Roach and Warwick Ross). Steve’s other feature credits include Disgrace starring John Malkovich, La Spagnola for which he received an AFI nomination for Best Cinematography (dir. Steve Jacobs) and Mad Bastards (dir. Brendan Fletcher) which screened at Sundance 2011. Steve also shot the comedy drama Separation City (starring Joel Edgerton), A Cold Summer and Terra Nova (all dir. Paul Middleditch), Turning April (dir. Geoff Bennett) for which he won the ACS Award of Distinction, the feature documentaries Bingo, Bridesmaids and Braces and Not Fourteen Again (dir. Gillian Armstrong) and Mark Lewis’s The Natural History of the Chicken.