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Friendship’s Field  (1995)

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The movie Friendship’s Field, released in 1995 and directed by Bruce Neibaur, was shot on film using ARRIFLEX 35 BL4s Camera and Zeiss Standard Speed Prime Lenses with Matthew Williams as cinematographer .
Directed by | Bruce Neibaur
Cinematography by | Matthew Williams
Written by | Bruce Neibaur
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Country | USA
Language | English
Genres | Drama, Family

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