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Mikael Salomon

Mikael Salomon
Born (1955-02-24) 24 February 1955
Copenhagen, Denmark
Occupation Film director, cinematographer, producer
Years active 1963–present

Mikael Salomon (born 24 February 1955) is a Danish film director, cinematographer and producer.[1] After a long cinematography career in Danish cinema, he transitioned to the Hollywood film industry in the late 1980s and has remained highly prolific there.[2][3][4] He has been Oscar nominated twice.[5]

Salomon's film credits include cinematography for The Abyss and Backdraft, as well as co-directing the miniseries Band of Brothers, in 2001.

Contents

  • Director credits 1
    • Theatrical films 1.1
    • Home video releases 1.2
    • Television series, miniseries and films 1.3
  • Cinematographer credits 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Director credits

Theatrical films

Home video releases

Television series, miniseries and films

Cinematographer credits

References

  1. ^ En travl dag i Los Angeles. Portræt: Mikael Salomon, fotograf. Politiken | 11.01.1994 | 2. sektion | Side 3 |
  2. ^ Den danske kong Salomon. Portræt/interview: Mikael Salomon. Politiken | 25.08.1993 | 2. sektion | Side 1
  3. ^ Savner hygge og rugbrød. Portræt: Mikael Salomon. Ekstra Bladet | 22.08.1993 | 2. sektion | Side 4
  4. ^ Dansker til tops i Hollywood. Portræt af filmfotografen Mikael Salomon. Politiken | 01.01.1990 | 2. sektion | Side 2
  5. ^ Succes på strømer. Portræt/interview: Mikael Salomon. Ekstra Bladet | 01.04.1999 | Skærtorsdag | Side 24

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