Graham Wallington

Graham Wallington



Graham Wallington is an award-winning director and cinematographer. Born in the United Kingdom, Wallington began his career in the film industry in the early 1980s. He has directed and shot numerous feature films, television shows, and commercials.

Wallington graduated from the London Film School, where he developed his passion for filmmaking. After graduating, he began working as a camera assistant, gradually working his way up to becoming a director of photography. His work has been featured in films such as The Elephant Man and The Killing Fields.

In the early 1990s, Wallington made his directorial debut with the short film "The Last Bus". The film was well-received, and Wallington went on to direct several other shorts. His first feature film was "The Rainmaker", which won the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival in 1995.

Wallington has since gone on to direct a number of feature films, including "The Darkest Hour" (2001), "The Quiet American" (2002), and "The Man Who Knew Too Little" (2004). His most recent feature film, "The Men Who Stare at Goats" (2009), was nominated for several awards.

Throughout his career, Wallington has earned numerous awards and accolades. He has been nominated for two Academy Awards, two BAFTAs, and a Golden Globe. He has also been honored by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts with a special award for outstanding contribution to the industry.

Wallington continues to work in the film industry, and his work has taken him to various locations around the world. He currently resides in London with his wife and two children.

Throughout his career, Wallington has maintained a commitment to creating quality films that reflect the human experience. His films explore a range of topics, from politics and war to family and relationships. His work has been praised for its technical excellence and unique vision. Graham Wallington is an exceptional director, and his body of work is a testament to his talent and dedication.

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