Bio: Justin Hanrahan ACS
Director of Photography Justin Hanrahan ACS (Australian Cinematographer Society), is an award winning cinematographer who has been in the TV / Film industry since 1994 operating and working as a Director of Photography all over the world.
Justin has been honored with 16 ACS Awards for his work in nearly every category including two 2015 Australian NSW State Gold Awards in the very prestigous Documentary category which turned into a 2016 ACS National 'Award for Distinction' for his feature length war documentary with starring Sam Neill. In May 2011, he was awarded two Golden Tripods at the ACS Australian National awards.
Justin has just wrapped after 4 months on director Jean-Marc Vallee and DP Yves Belanger's (Dallas Buyers Club / Wild / Demolition) new HBO drama series starring Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon and Alexander Skarsgard just to name a few, working in the very intimate and unique way Jean-Marc does operating A camera (all handheld) and then moving to DP Splinter / 2nd Unit in Monterey for the last three weeks of production.
He has also worked with James Cameron on the Nat Geo adventure ‘Deep Sea Challenge’, Sam Neill's feature documentary 'Why ANZAC', Oprah Winfrey’s documentary series ‘Belief’ that aired to enormous success and of course ‘The Champions’ feature documentary that just won the peoples choice awards in Hampton's and St Louis Film Festivals and has recently been invited to Michael Moore's Traverse City Film Festival.
In 2012 Justin was accredited by the Australian Cinematographer Society allowing him the honor of having the ACS letters after his name and is a member of the Union 600 as a DP.
Based in Los Angeles
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