PIERRE GILL (Director of photography)


Pierre Gill is a much sought after Quebec cinematographer.  He is the director of photography for Lost and Delirious.

  After graduating from Concordia University, he began filming advertisements and videos.  He went on to work on short films, including Mitsou en forme and La La La Human Steps, both in 1993.

  He has frequently collaborated with the director Charles Binamé, contributing for two years to his television series Marguerite Volante (1995-96).  He has served as director of photography on three of Binamé’s feature films: Eldorado (1994), Le Coeur au Poing (1997), and Le Beauté de Pandore (1999).

  In 1997 he worked on several episodes of the Showtime series The Hunger.  He was director of photography on Filmline’s The Adventures of Jules Verne in 1998.  He photographed the major American television miniseries Joan of Arc in 1999.

  His latest project, prior to Lost and Delirious,  was Christian Duguy’s Art of War (1999), which is currently in theatres, starring Wesley Snipes.


(taken from the Lions Gate Films press kit, 2001)



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