Director of Photography
Garry Phillips is an experienced cinematographer, having worked across film and television for well over two-decades. He recently shot the upcoming series The End for See-Saw Films/Foxtel and John Edward's Australian Gangster (Roadshow Rough Diamond). Garry received an AACTA Award for his work on the much anticipated mini-series Picnic at Hanging Rock for Fremantle Media in 2018. Other recent credits include Squinters for Jungle Entertainment and the second season of Jack Irish, starring Guy Pearce, for Easy Tiger.
Additional television credits include Missing for Company Pictures in the UK, Indian Summers for Arte France, the first season of Secret City for Matchbox, The Story of Us for Essential Media/Seven network, Old School for Matchbox Pictures / ABC TV, and Cordell Jigsaw’s House of Hancock for The Nine Network
Garry has won many awards for his work including the ACS Cinematographer of the Year Award, ACS Gold Tripod Award and AACTA Award nomination for Best Cinematography on The Railway Man (dir. Jonathan Teplitzky), starring Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman; ACS Award of Distinction, ACS (NSW/ACT) Gold Award and Judges Award, and AACTA, FCCA and AFCA Award nominations for Burning Man (dir. Jonathan Teplitzky), starring Matthew Goode; and the title of ‘Australian Cinematographer of the Year’ at the ACS Awards, 2015.
Garry’s film credits also include Getting’ Square (AFI, ACCA and IF Award nominations), and Better Than Sex, both for Jonathan Teplitzky; Candy, the feature adaptation of Luke Davies’ book, directed by Neil Armfield and starring Heath Ledger and Abbie Cornish; Phillip Noyce’s Catch A Fire with Ron Fortunato; The Monkey’s Mask for Samantha Lang; Razzle Dazzle for director Darren Ashton; and Feeling Sexy for director Davida Alleb and producers Glenys Rowe and Chris Noonan.
Garry Phillips is represented by Jane Cameron.
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