David Scott    Director of Photography

                             Features and Shorts

Marpiccolo in Taranto

“Marpiccolo”    Director:  Alessandro di Robilant        Producers:  Overlook Productions / Rai Cinema
16 year old Tiziano is looking for a way out of the dead end estate where he lives in Taranto. He and his friend decide to rob the local boss.
Rome Film Festival 2009        Super 16mm blown up to 35mm 
Cinema Feature

“L’Uomo della Carita” 
   Director:  Alessandro di Robilant        Producers:  Italian International Film / Mediaset

Life st
ory of Don Luigi di Liegro. Priest who devoted his life to helping the poor and downtrodden people of Rome. From 1950s to 1990s. Filmed in Bulgaria and Italy
Rome Film Festival 2006     Super 16mm  TV Feature

“My Summer of Love”
  Director:   Pawel Pawlikowski        Producers:  Summer Love Productions
Additional Photography     In the Yorkshire countryside, working-class tomboy Mona (Press) meets the exotic, pampered Tasmin (Blunt). Over the summer season, the two young women discover they have much to teach one another, and much to explore together. Starring Natalie Press, Emily Blunt, and Paddy Considine.         Super 16mm  
Cinema Feature

"Ebb Tide"     Director:    Teresa Grimes         Producers:    Molitor
Scripted by Tony Grisoni. Milly aged 7, lives with her mother. One day Milly finds the key to the attic and discovers a large wardrobe full of men clothes. She steps inside the wardrobe to investigate.
London Film Festival 1993          Super16mm blown up to to 35mm    Short Film

"The Vacuum"  Director:   Tim Rolt         Producers:    Rapid Eye Movies / Channel 4 
 A man  is swallowed by his vacuum cleaner! His flatmates await developments. Starring Simon McBirney of Theatre de Complicite.                
Hiroshima Film Festival 1992 - Special Jury Prize
                    16mm blown up to 35mm  Short Film

     Director:   John Akomfrah      Producers:   Black Audio Film Collective / Channel 4
Abena, a Ghanaian woman returns to Ghana after twenty years.  She sets out to make a film about the German director Werner Herzog who is shooting  "Cobra Verde" in Ghana. In her search for the elusive Herzog, she retraces her own past and her country's history.
Cannes-Semaine de la Critique.    Rimini-Grand Prix winner                16mm blown up to 35mm  Cinema Feature

"A Small Dance"   Director:   Alan Horrox                 Producers:   Thames TV
Feature length film written by Lucy Gannon. Starring James Hazeldine, Linda Bassett and Kate Hardie as Donna, a 16 year old girl who gets pregnant and is too scared to tell anyone. She keeps the secret and gives birth alone in a barn in the middle of the night. Shot in the Fens.                
Prix Europa 1991 London Film Festival 1991.
        16mm  TV Feature

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