Awards for Cinematography

 

AWARD OF DISTINCTION FOR CINEMATOGRAPHY – “Devil’s Disease”
Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS) National Awards 2010

GOLD AWARD FOR CINEMATOGRAPHY – Devil’s Disease”
Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS) NSW Awards 2009

AWARD OF DISTINCTION FOR CINEMATOGRAPHY – “4“
Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS) National Awards 2008

AFI NOMINATION – “4”
Australian Film Institute Annual Film Awards 2008

 

GOLD AWARD FOR CINEMATOGRAPHY – “4”
Australian Cinematographers Society State Awards 2007

AWARD OF DISTINCTION FOR CINEMATOGRAPHY – “3D Halloween”
Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS) National Awards 2001

GOLD AWARD FOR CINEMATOGRAPHY – “Coca-Cola – Drive-in” TVC’s
Australian Cinematographers Society State Awards 2000

GOLD AWARD FOR CINEMATOGRAPHY – “The Human Journey”
Australian Cinematographers Society State Awards 1998

EMMY NOMINATION 1998 for “RAT” – National Geographic (US)

MILLI AWARD & CINEMATOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR 1998

 

GOLDEN TRIPOD – “RAT 1998
Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS) National Awards

 

GOLDEN TRIPOD – “The Space Shuttle” 1994
Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS) National Awards 

 

GOLDEN TRIPOD – “The Great Wall of Iron” Ep. 1 1990
Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS) National Awards

 

HIGH COMMENDATION FOR CINEMATOGRAPHY – “Red Express” Ep. 3 “Rule the East” 1990
Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS) Awards

HIGH COMMENDATION FOR CINEMATOGRAPHY – Features “Glass” 1987
Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS) Awards

 

GOLDEN TRIPOD – “Tyrants will rise from my Tomb” 1986
Ep. 1 “Sweat of the Sun, Tears of the Moon”
Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS) National Awards

 

GOLDEN TRIPOD – “The Palestinians” 1986
Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS) National Awards

   
   
PIETER DE VRIES
Pieter de Vries ACS

From the far heights of the Space Shuttle to the immense depths of the North Atlantic, from ancient land turtles on the Galapagos Islands to modern performances of the music of Vivaldi in Finland, travelling through around 185 countries, cinematographer Pieter de Vries has been there with a camera.

He has contributed to programs hosted by David Attenborough and has worked with director James Cameron filming the wreck of the Titanic in IMAX 3D.
 
Pieter has been a recipient of the Milli Award as the Cinematographer of the Year. His films have won numerous awards, including Emmys and BAFTA’s.