Barry Ackroyd

Director of Photography - Great Britain
Borndate unknown

Mini-Biography:
The day of birth of Barry Ackroyd is not on record. He is an English Director of Photography, known for My name is Joe (1998), Carla's Song (1996), The Navigators (2002), Barry Ackroyd's first movie on record is from 1996. His last motion picture on file dates from 2015.

Barry Ackroyd Filmography [Auszug]
2015: [12.23] The Big Short (Director of Photography), Directed by Adam McKay, with Christian Bale, Steven Carell, Ryan Gosling,
2011: [] The Miraculous Year (Director of Photography), Directed by Kathryn Bigelow, with , , Susan Sarandon,
2008: [] The Hurt Locker (Director of Photography), Directed by Kathryn Bigelow, with , , Guy Pearce,
2002: [] The Navigators (Director of Photography), Directed by Kenneth Loach, with Dean Andrews, Juliet Bates, Charlie Brown,
2002: [] Sweet Sixteen (Director of Photography), Directed by Kenneth Loach, with Michelle Abercomby, Martin Compston, Annemarie Fulton,
2002: [07.25] Detroit (Director of Photography), Directed by Kathryn Bigelow, with ,
1998: [] My name is Joe (Director of Photography), Directed by Kenneth Loach, with Louise Goodall, Scott Hannah, Anne-Marie Kennedy,
1996: [] Carla's Song (Director of Photography), Directed by Kenneth Loach, with , Margaret McAdam, Richard Loza,

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