Anthony Dod Mantle
Anthony Dod Mantle was the cinematographer of choice for Europe's independent film scene for much of the late 1990s and early 21st century. Among his credits were such critical and academic hits as the Dogme titles "The Celebratino" (1998) and "Julien Donkey-Boy" (1999). His work caught the attention of director Danny Boyle, who brought his perspective to more mainstream work like "28 Days Later" (2003). Other UK directors soon utilized him for features including "The Last King of Scotland" (2006). His work with Boyle reached a critical and box office height in 2008 with "Slumdog Millionaire," which ushered Mantle into the forefront of world cinematography.