Jeremy Rouse, ACS

Director of Photography

Jeremy Rouse is a multi-award winning cinematographer. He worked on the German feature Jonathan (dir. Piotr J. Lewandowski, 2016), which was selected for the Panorama section of the 66th Berlinale. Jeremy also won a Gold ACS Award for his cinematography on that film. He has shot award-winning shorts, commercials and music videos. Short film credits include Tough & Cookie (wr/dir. Madeleine S. Parker, 2015), Florence Has Left the Building (wr/dir. Mirrah Foulkes, 2014), Sam’s Gold (wr/dir. Julietta Boscolo, 2012) and Lois (wr/dir. Alexandra Schepisi, 2011), starring Jacki Weaver, which screened at MIFF in 2011.  Other credits include Spider Walk (dir. Raphael Sammut, 2011), Eli the Invincible (dir. Miranda Nation, 2011), for which Jeremy won a Bronze ACS Award and One Night (dir. Alexandra Schepisi, 2009), Jeremy was awarded a Silver ACS Award and nominated for Best Cinematography at St Kilda Film Festival in 2010 and further ACS winning shorts include The Pistachio Effect (ACS Bronze, dir. Nick Ball and Gus Johnstone, 2009) and Buses and Trains (ACS Silver, dir. Christopher Frey, 2008).  

Jeremy shot a segment of The Turning (dir. Shaun Gladwell, 2013), produced by Arena Media in 2012, which had its world premiere at Melbourne International Film Festival, 2013. He also worked on David Michôd’s The Rover (2014) as part of the DOP Splinter Unit.

Jeremy Rouse most recently completed the feature film Burden (dir. Andrew Heckler, 2017) starring Forest Whitaker, Andrea Riseborough and Tom Wilkinson and has been selected for the U.S. Dramatic Competition for the 2018 Sundance Film Festival.

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