Demmie Todd

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Still Photographer: New York

School for Scoundrels  (2006)

| USA
Directed by: Todd Phillips
Cinematography by: Jonathan Brown

Still Photographer

The Ex  (2006)

| USA
Directed by: Jesse Peretz
Cinematography by: Tom Richmond

Still Photographer

Iron Jawed Angels  (2004)

| USA
Directed by: Katja von Garnier
Cinematography by: Robbie Greenberg
Edited by: Hans Funck

Still Photographer

People I Know  (2002)

| USA, Germany
Directed by: Daniel Algrant
Cinematography by: Peter Deming
Edited by: Suzy Elmiger

Still Photographer: New York

No Such Thing  (2001)

| USA, Iceland
Directed by: Hal Hartley
Cinematography by: Michael Alan Spiller
Edited by: Steve Hamilton

Still Photographer

Finding Forrester  (2000)

| USA
Directed by: Gus Van Sant
Cinematography by: Harris Savides

Still Photographer

Stepmom  (1998)

| USA
Directed by: Chris Columbus
Cinematography by: Donald McAlpine
Edited by: Neil Travis

Still Photographer

For Richer or Poorer  (1997)

| USA
Directed by: Bryan Spicer
Cinematography by: Buzz Feitshans IV
Edited by: Russell Denove

Still Photographer: New York

As Good as It Gets  (1997)

| USA
Directed by: James L. Brooks
Cinematography by: John Bailey
Edited by: Richard Marks

Still Photographer

Dead Man Walking  (1995)

| UK, USA
Directed by: Tim Robbins
Cinematography by: Roger Deakins
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Still Photographer

I.Q.  (1994)

| USA
Directed by: Fred Schepisi
Cinematography by: Ian Baker
Edited by: Jill Bilcock

Still Photographer

The Client  (1994)

| USA
Directed by: Joel Schumacher
Cinematography by: Tony Pierce-Roberts
Edited by: Robert Brown

Still Photographer

Strictly Business  (1991)

| USA
Cinematography by: Zoltán David
Edited by: Richard Nord

Additional Still Photographer: New York

Night on Earth  (1991)

| France, UK, Germany, USA, Japan
Directed by: Jim Jarmusch
Cinematography by: Frederick Elmes
Edited by: Jay Rabinowitz

Unit Photographer

Drugstore Cowboy  (1989)

| USA
Directed by: Gus Van Sant
Cinematography by: Robert D. Yeoman

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