Larry Smith (cinematographer)
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Larry Smith Cinematographer

Larry Smith is a British cinematographer. Born in London, he is known for his work with Stanley Kubrick,[1]Tom Hooper and Nicolas Winding Refn.[2]

Smith had his directing debut with the 2015 film Trafficker.[2]


Year Film Director Notes
1975 Barry Lyndon Stanley Kubrick Chief electrician
1980 The Shining Gaffer
1996 Dr. Ice James A. Brooks Still photographer
1999 Eyes Wide Shut Stanley Kubrick Also lighting cameraman
2002 The Piano Player Jean-Pierre Roux
2003 Fear X Nicolas Winding Refn
2004 Red Dust Tom Hooper
2008 Bronson Nicolas Winding Refn
2009 The Blue Mansion Glen Goei
2011 The Guard John Michael McDonagh
2013 Austenland Jerusha Hess
Only God Forgives Nicolas Winding Refn
2014 Calvary John Michael McDonagh
2015 The Man Who Knew Infinity Matthew Brown
Trafficker Himself Directorial Debut
Also credited as producer and writer
2018 Puppy Love Michael Maxxis
2019 Two/One Juan Cabral
TBA Things Heard and Seen Shari Springer Berman
Robert Pulcini


Year Film Director Notes
1999 Cold Feet Tom Hooper 2 episodes
2001 Love in a Cold Climate Mini-series, 2 episodes
2002 Macabre Theatre Richard Sedota 2 episodes;
Camera operator
2003 Prime Suspect Tom Hooper Mini-series, 2 episodes
2005 Elizabeth I Mini-series, 2 episodes
2009 Agatha Christie's Marple Nicolas Winding Refn Episode "Nemesis"
2016 Dark Angel Brian Percival Mini-series
2018 The Alienist David Petrarca Episode: "Psychopathia Sexualis"
Tau Federico D'Alessandro Netflix original movie


  1. ^ Pizzello, Stephen (October 1999). "A Sword in the Bed:Eyes Wide Shut, a dreamlike coda to Kubrick's brilliant career". American Cinematographer. American Society of Cinematographers. Retrieved 2017.
  2. ^ a b "Nicolas Winding Refn Cinematographer Sets Directing Debut 'Trafficker'". Deadline. November 18, 2012. Retrieved 2017.

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