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Brian Bansgrove net worth, biography and wiki:Brian Bansgrove was a New Zealand gaffer (chief lighting technician for motion pictures) best known for his work on Lord of the Rings, film trilogy. He was born on 18 July 1941 and died 29 December 2001.Andrew Lesnie, who won the 2002 Academy Award for Cinematography for The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring said that Bansgrove and his crew were the "key element" in helping him craft images for the three Lord of the Rings films during the 15-month shoot between mid-1999 and late 2000. At the nomination of the film for the 16th annual ASC awards (American Society of Cinematographers), Lesnie called him "one of the true legends of the Australian film industry" saying further that "he was an extremely close collaborator" in the lighting design. Lesnie described Bansgrove not only as a friend and colleague but as the "main reason for winning" the Academy Award. Lesnie dedicated his Academy Award to Bansgrove in his acceptance speech at the 74th Academy Awards Ceremony. Wikipedia
|Birth date:||July 18, 1941, Christchurch, New Zealand|
|Death date:||2001, Thailand|
|Profession:||Camera Department, Cinematographer, Miscellaneous Crew|
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|The Great MacArthy||1975||gaffer|
|The Office Picnic||1972||gaffer|
|The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King||2003||supervising chief lighting technician|
|The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers||2002||supervising chief lighting technician|
|The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring||2001||supervising chief lighting technician|
|A Bright Shining Lie||1998||TV Movie gaffer|
|Welcome to Woop Woop||1997||gaffer|
|The Phantom||1996||gaffer - uncredited|
|Operation Dumbo Drop||1995||gaffer|
|Sniper||1993||chief lighting technician|
|Almost an Angel||1990||chief lighting technician|
|Prisoners of the Sun||1990||gaffer|
|Crocodile Dundee II||1988||gaffer: Australia|
|Crocodile Dundee||1986||gaffer: Australia|
|Burke & Wills||1985||gaffer|
|Stanley: Every Home Should Have One||1984||gaffer|
|The Return of Captain Invincible||1983||gaffer|
|The Year of Living Dangerously||1982||gaffer: Australia|
|And/Or = One||1982||gaffer|
|The Girl Who Met Simone de Beauvoir in Paris||1980||Short gaffer|
|The Chain Reaction||1980||gaffer|
|My Brilliant Career||1979||gaffer|
|In Search of Anna||1978||gaffer|
|The Love Letters from Teralba Road||1977||gaffer|
|Me and Daphne||1977||Short gaffer|
|Journey Among Women||1977||gaffer|
|The F.J. Holden||1977||gaffer|
|Break of Day||1976||gaffer|
|Mad Dog Morgan||1976||gaffer|
|And/Or = One||1982|
|Now and Then||1979|
|Welcome to Woop Woop||1997||cruise director|
|The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King||2003||dedicatee|
|The Long and Short of It||2003||Short in loving memory of|
|The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers||2002||dedicatee|
|Cameras in Middle-Earth||2002||Video documentary||Himself - Chief Lighting Tech|
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