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George Greenough

George Greenough is known for his work on The Last Wave (1977), The Chain Reaction (1980) and Big Wednesday (1978). See full bio »

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Known For

The Last Wave
The Last Wave Camera and Electrical Department
(1977)
The Chain Reaction
The Chain Reaction Camera and Electrical Department
(1980)
Big Wednesday
Big Wednesday Camera and Electrical Department
(1978)
Yolngu Boy
Yolngu Boy Camera and Electrical Department
(2001)

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 2010 Scourge (Video short) (set photographer)
 2001 Yolngu Boy (underwater director of photography)
 2000 Rip Girls (TV Movie) (director of photography: surf unit)
 1997 Blackrock (camera operator: water sequences)
 1986 Windrider (water photography)
 1980 The Chain Reaction (underwater photographer)
 1978 Big Wednesday (camera operator: special water photography)
 1977 The Last Wave (additional photographer) / (underwater photographer - uncredited)
 1973 Crystal Voyager (Documentary) (camera operator)
 1969 The Fantastic Plastic Machine (Documentary) (additional photographer)
 1966 The Endless Summer (Documentary) (cinematographer: additional footage)
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