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SEAMUS DEASY, ISC

Director of Photography

FEATURES

 

SWORDS AND SCEPTRES

Director: Swati Bhise

Producers: Judy Caleb and Virginia Kamsky

Starring: Rupert Everett, Derek Jacobi, Jodhi May, Nathaniel Parker

Cayenne Pepper Productions

OUT OF INNOCENCE

Director: Danny Hiller.

Producers: Edwina Forkin, Danny Hiller and Leo Pearlman.

Starring: Stephen Rea, Bernard Hill and Adrian Dunbar.

Defiant Films / Country Woman Films.

MY NAME IS EMILY

Director: Simon Fitzmaurice.

Producers: Kathryn Kennedy and Lesley McKimm.

Starring: Evanna Lynch, Michael Smiley, Martin McCann, Cathy Belton, Barry McGovern, George Webster

and Declan Conlon.

New Grange Pictures.

QUEEN AND COUNTRY

Director: John Boorman.

Producers: John Boorman and Kieran Corrigan.

Starring: David Thewlis, Caleb Landry Jones, Tamsin Egerton Vanessa Kirby, Richard E. Grant and Sinead Cusack.

Merlin Films.

REIGN (IRISH UNIT)

Director: Scott Peters.

Producer: John Blair.

Starring: Adelaide Kane, Megan Follows, Torrance Coombs, Toby Regbo, Jenessa Grant and Celina Sinden.

CBS Television Studios/World 200 entertainment/Octogon Films.

NEVERLAND

Director: Nick Willing.

Producer: Redmond Morris.

Starring Bob Hoskins, Rhys Ifans, Anna Friel and Charlie Rowe.

Parallel Films.

IFTA Nomination 2012 – Best Director of Photography (Film/TV Drama)

PERRIER’S BOUNTY

Director: Ian Fitzgibbon.

Producers: Alan Moloney, Stephen Wooley and Elizabeth Karlsen.

Starring Cillian Murphy, Jim Broadbent and Brendan Gleeson.

Parallel Films/No. 9 Films.

TRIAGE

Director: Danis Tanovic.

Producers: Alan Moloney, Marc Baschet and Cedomir Kolar.

Starring Colin Farrell, Paz Vega and Christopher Lee.

Parallel Films.

A FILM WITH ME IN IT

Director: Ian Fitzgibbon.

Producers: Alan Moloney and Susan Mullen.

Starring Dylan Moran and Mark Doherty.

Parallel Films.

Nomination IFTA 2009 – Best Director of Photography

SUMMER OF THE FLYING SAUCER

Director: Martin Duffy.

Producers: Clodagh Freeman and Fredrik Zander.

Starring Robert Sheehan and Lorcan Cranitch.

Magma Films.

THE TIGER’S TAIL

Director: John Boorman.

Producers: John Boorman, Kieran Corrigan and John Buchanan.

Starring Brendan Gleeson, Kim Cattrell and Ciaran Hinds.

Merlin Films.

IFTA AWARD 2007 FOR BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

THE MIGHTY CELT

Director: Pearse Elliott.

Producers: Robert Wadpole, Paddy McDonald and Paddy Breathnach.

Starring Gillian Anderson, Robert Carlyle and Ken Stott.

Treasure Films.

Nomination IFTA 2005 – Best Director of Photography

IN MY COUNTRY

Director: John Boorman.

Producers: John Boorman, Robert Chartoff, Lynn Hendee & Mike Medavoy.

Starring Samuel L. Jackson, Juliette Binoche, Brendan Gleeson

and Menzi “Ngubs” Ngubane.

Chartoff Productions.

NOT AFRAID, NOT AFRAID

Director: Annette Carducci.

Producers: Morgan O’Sullivan and James Flynn.

Starring Dianne Wiest and Jack Davenport.

Fearless Films.

AN EVERLASTING PIECE

Director: Barry Levinson.

Producers: Barry Levinson, Louis DiGiaimo and Mark Johnson.

Starring Barry McEvoy, Brian F. O’Byrne, Billy Connolly and Anna Friel.

Baltimore Spring Creek Productions/Dreamworks.

WHEN THE SKY FALLS

Director: John MacKenzie.

Producer: Michael Wearing.

Starring Joan Allen, Patrick Bergin and Pete Postlethwaite.

Icon Entertainment International.

Nomination IFTA 2000 – Best Craft Achievement

ACCELERATOR

Director: Vinny Murphy.

Producer: Michael Garland.

Starring Stuart Sinclair Blyth and Aisling O’Neill.

Flash Point Pictures.

NIGHT TRAIN

Director: John Lynch.

Producer: Tristan Lynch.

Starring John Hurt and Brenda Blethyn.

Alternative Cinema Company.

THE GENERAL

Director: John Boorman.

Producers: John Boorman, Kieran Corrigan and Betsy Davis.

Starring Brendan Gleeson and Jon Voight.

J&M/Merlin Films.

Nomination IFTA 1999 – Best Craft Contribution

BOY FROM MERCURY

Director: Martin Duffy.

Producer: Marina Hughes.

Starring Rita Tushingham, Tom Courtenay and Hugh O’Conor.

Blue Dahlia Productions.

ANGELA MOONEY

Director: Tommy McArdle.

Producers: John Boorman, Kieran Corrigan and Samuel Benedict.

Starring Mia Farrow, Brendan Gleeson and Patrick Bergin.

Merlin Films.

TWO NUDES BATHING

Director: John Boorman.

Producers: John Boorman and Scott T.J. Frank.

Starring John Hurt, Charley Boorman and Angeline Ball.

Showtime Networks.

THE END OF WORLD MAN

Director: Bill Miskelly.

Producer: Marie Jackson.

Starring John Hewitt, Leanne O’Malley and Clair Weir.

Aisling Film Productions.

POITIN

Director/Producer: Bob Quinn.

Starring Cyril Cusack, Donal McCann and Niall Tobin.

Cine Gael.

 
TELEVISION:

VERA (SERIES 5)

Director: Stewart Svaasand.

Producer: Margaret Mitchell.

Starring: Brenda Blethyn, David Leon, Jon Morrison and Cush Jumbo.

ITV.

13 STEPS DOWN

Director: Marek Losey.

Producer: Neil Zeiger.

Starring: Geraldine James Luke Treadaway, Gemma Jones and Elarica Gallacher.

Beacon Televison.

THE GRID

Director: Mikael Salomon.

Producers: Mitch Engel and Tracey Alexander.

Starring Dylan McDermott, Julianna Marguiles, Jemma Redgrave

and Bernard Hill.

Fox Television Network/TNT/BBC.

BENEDICT ARNOLD : A QUESTION OF HONOR

Director: Mikael Salomon.

Producers: William Mastrosimone and Norman Stephens.

Starring Aidan Quinn, Kelsey Grammer and Flora Montgomery.

A&E Television Networks.

THE SEVENTH STREAM

Director: John Gray.

Producer: David A. Rosemont.

Starring Scott Glenn, Saffron Burrows, Fiona Shaw and John Lynch.

Hallmark Hall of Fame.

MONARCH OF THE GLEN (SERIES 1, 4 EPISODES)

Producers: Douglas Rae and Nick Pitt.

Starring Susan Hampshire and Richard Briers.

BBC/Ecosse Films.

 
BECKETT ON FILM:

ACT WITHOUT WORDS I

Director: Karel Reisz.

Producers: Alan Maloney and Michael Colgan.

Starring Sean Foley.

Blue Angel Films.

CATASTROPHE

Director: David Mamet.

Starring Harold Pinter, Rebecca Pidgeon and John Gielgud.

COME AND GO

Director: John Crowley.

Starring Anna Massey, Sian Phillips and Sheila Hancock.

FOOTFALLS

Director: Walter Asmus.

Starring Susan Fitzgerald.

THAT TIME

Director: Charles Garrad.

Starring Niall Buggy.

WAITING FOR GODOT

Director: Michael Lindsay-Hogg.

Starring Barry McGovern, Stephen Brennan, Alan Stanford

and Johnny Murphy.

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