WALLY PFISTER (Director) is an Academy Award-winning
cinematographer who makes his directorial debut on Alcon Entertainment's
"Transcendence." Pfister is best known for his work alongside director
Christopher Nolan, which has brought him three additional Oscar nominations,
and numerous other accolades. They began their famed collaboration in 1999 on
the intriguing drama "Memento." Pfister earned an Independent Spirit Award
nomination for his work as a cinematographer on that film.
Pfister continued to rise to prominence as one of the industry's most
respected cinematographers. He received Oscar nominations for Best
Cinematography for his work on "Batman Begins," "The Prestige" and the worldwide
blockbuster "The Dark Knight," before winning the Academy Award in the same
category for "Inception." His many other honors include BAFTA Award nominations
and a number of critics groups' awards.
Pfister's work can also be seen in other films, including "Insomnia," "The
Italian Job," "Laurel Canyon," "Moneyball" and "The Dark Knight Rises." Films on
which Pfister has served as director of photography have earned a cumulative box
office total of more than four billion dollars worldwide.
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