Darius Khondji, A. S. C. is an Iranian-French cinematographer. He has worked with such well-known directors as Jean-Pierre Jeunet, David Fincher, Bernardo Bertolucci, Alan Parker, Roman Polanski, Sydney Pollack, Woody Allen, Wong Kar-wai and Michael Haneke
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Born 1955-10-21 (65 years ago) in Tehran.
Height 191 centimeters.
|Independent Spirit Award for Best Cinematography (Midnight in Paris)||27th Independent Spirit Awards||2012||Midnatt i Paris|
|European Film Award for Best Cinematographer (Amour)||European Film Awards 2012||2012||Amour|
|Satellite Award for Best Cinematography (Evita)||1st Golden Satellite Awards||1997||Evita|
|BAFTA Award for Best Cinematography (Evita)||1997 British Academy Film and Television Awards||1997||Evita|
|David di Donatello for Best Cinematography (Stealing Beauty)||1996 David di Donatello Awards||1996||Stealing Beauty|
|American Society of Cinematographers Award for Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Theatrical Releases (Evita)||American Society of Cinematographers Awards 1996||1996||Evita|
|Academy Award for Best Cinematography (Evita)||69th Academy Awards||1996||Evita|
|César Award for Best Cinematography (The City of Lost Children)||21st César Awards||1996||De förlorade barnens stad|
|American Society of Cinematographers Award for Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Theatrical Releases (Seven)||American Society of Cinematographers Awards 1995||1995||Seven|
|César Award for Best Cinematography (Delicatessen)||17th César Awards||1992||Delikatessen|
Marie Louise Khondji, Josephine Khondji, Alexandre Khondji