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David Eggby

David Eggby is an Australian cinematographer. He was born in 1950 in London, but has lived in Melbourne since childhood. He received the Cinematographer of the Year (2001) and the Golden Tripod from the Australian Cinematographers Society, both for his work on the film Pitch Black.

Beginning his career as a photographer for the Royal Australian Navy, Eggby then moved on to work for Australian television production company Crawfords, working on such shows as Homicide and Matlock Police. Eggby's lucky break would be the low budget action film Mad Max.[1] Often risking personal injury, Eggby would perch himself on the back of a speeding motorbike to achieve adrenaline pumping shots for the cult favourite.

Selected filmography

References

  1. ^ a b Brennan, Sandra. "Biography: David Eggby".  
  2. ^ Schwarzbaum, Lisa (18 February 2000). (2000)"Pitch Black".  
  3. ^ Scott, A. O. (14 June 2002). "If the Saturday Morning Show Wasn't Enough . . .".  
  4. ^ Canby, Vincent (23 February 1990). "Clashing Gladiators in the Bloody Sport of a Future Dark Age".  
  5. ^ Gibron, Bill (25 January 2007). "The Marine".  
  6. ^ Canby, Vincent (24 August 1991). "Buddy Trip With Rourke And Johnson".  
  7. ^ Holden, Stephen (4 September 1993). "A Futuristic Prison That Demands Escape".  
  8. ^ Canby, Vincent (30 March 1991). "A Warlock Scheming in Los Angeles".  
  9. ^ Van Gelder, Lawrence (16 January 1999). "Celluloid Comic Book About Aliens".  
  10. ^ Janusonis, Michael (25 October 2005). "Never fear, live-action Underdog will be filmed here".  


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