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Alwin H. Küchler
Alwin H. Küchler (born 1965) is a German cinematographer.
When he supported his friend Jakob Claussen, who later became a film producer, during the production of a study film, Küchler became interested in cinematography.
From 1990 to 1994 Küchler studied cinematography at the National Film and Television School. During his study he met Lynne Ramsay and realized a few short films with her. In 1999 he made his feature film debut with Ramseys Ratcatcher.
|1992||Who Stole the Soul?||Ngozi Onwurah||Documentary Short film|
|1995||Fathers, Sons and Unholy Ghosts||Danny Thompson||Short film|
|1996||Small Deaths||Lynne Ramsay|
|The Shaman||Sean Geoghegan|
|1997||Behind the Mask||Ngozi Onwurah|
|1999||One Day in September||Kevin Macdonald||Documentary film|
|Ratcatcher||Lynne Ramsay||Nominated- British Independent Film Award for Most Promising Newcomer|
|2000||The Claim||Michael Winterbottom|
|2001||Lucky Break||Peter Cattaneo|
|2002||Morvern Callar||Lynne Ramsay||British Independent Film Award for Best Technical Achievement
Nominated- European Film Award for Best Cinematographer
|2003||Code 46||Michael Winterbottom||Nominated- European Film Award for Best Cinematographer|
|The Mother||Roger Michell|
|The Deal||Stephen Frears|
|2009||Solitary Man||Brian Koppelman
|2010||Morning Glory||Roger Michell|
|2012||Marley||Kevin Macdonald||Documentary film|
|2015||Steve Jobs||Danny Boyle|
|2016||One More Time With Feeling||Andrew Dominik||Documentary film;
Co-cinematographer with Benoît Debie
|TBA||Prisoner 760||Kevin Macdonald||Post-production|
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