Arthur Albert


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Puff, Puff, Pass (2006)
Director Of Photography
Max Keeble's Big Move (2001)
Director Of Photography
Saving Silverman (2001)
Director Of Photography
Behind the Mask (1999)
Director Of Photography
Dirty Work (1998)
Director Of Photography
The Hired Heart (1997)
Director Of Photography
Beverly Hills Ninja (1997)
Director Of Photography
Close to Danger (1997)
Director Of Photography
Happy Gilmore (1996)
Director Of Photography
One Night Stand (1995)
Director Of Photography
You So Crazy (1994)
Director Of Photography
Surf Ninjas (1993)
Director Of Photography
For Richer, For Poorer (1992)
Director Of Photography
Passed Away (1992)
Director Of Photography
By the Sword (1991)
Director Of Photography
Heart Condition (1990)
Director Of Photography
The Principal (1987)
Director Of Photography
The Squeeze (1987)
Director Of Photography
Odd Jobs (1987)
Director Of Photography
My Two Loves (1986)
Director Of Photography
Streets of Gold (1986)
Director Of Photography
The Boys Next Door (1985)
Cinematographer
Night of the Comet (1984)
Director Of Photography
Old Fashioned Woman (1974)
Cinematographer

Misc. Crew (Feature Film)

Max Keeble's Big Move (2001)
Other
Saving Silverman (2001)
Dp/Cinematographer
Beverly Hills Ninja (1997)
Dp/Cinematographer

Cinematography (Special)

Mambo Mouth (1991)
Director Of Photography
Bette Midler's Mondo Beyondo (1988)
Camera
The Day the Kids Took Over (1986)
Director Of Photography
Getting Even: A Wimp's Revenge (1986)
Director Of Photography
Jeeter Mason and the Magic Headset (1985)
Director Of Photography
The Exchange Student (1985)
Director Of Photography
Columbus Circle (1985)
Director Of Photography

Misc. Crew (Special)

Medal of Honor (1999)
Creative Consultant

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Spirit Of The Beehive, The (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Don Jose Can See Timid Ana (Ana Torrent) and sister Isabel (Isabel Telleria) in class, north-central Spain circa 1940, early in Victor Erice's celebrated The Spirit Of The Beehive, 1973.
Spirit Of The Beehive, The (1973) -- (Movie Clip) My Constant Prayer In rural Spain, 1940, the introduction of beekeeper Fernando (Fernando Fernan-Gomez), then his wife Teresa (Teresa Gimpera), writing to an unknown correspondent, in Victor Erice's The Spirit Of The Beehive, 1973.
Miss Firecracker (1989) -- (Movie Clip) Scrape Up That Dog! Carnelle (Holly Hunter), apparently dyeing her hair even-more red, takes a call from glamorous cousin Elain (Mary Steenburgen), who won the pageant she’s entering years earlier, then together they introduce Delmount (Tim Robbins), who’s just been “released,” in Miss Firecracker, 1989.
Miss Firecracker (1989) -- (Movie Clip) Funny Looking Creatures Mississippian Carnelle (Holly Hunter), readying herself for the pageant, introduces two allies, Alfre Woodard as Popeye, who’s engaged to create her costume, and Scott Glenn as carnie Mac whom, we learn, is her itinerant boyfriend, early in Miss Firecracker. 1989.
Miss Firecracker (1989) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Do You Believe Her Hair? Director Thomas Schlamme begins the story as credits roll, Holly Hunter as title character Carnelle with gnarly fish processing (on location, Yazoo City, MS), then meeting pageant staff Ann Wedgworth and Trey Wilson, in Miss Firecracker, 1989, from Beth Henley’s play and screenplay.
Night Of The Comet (1984) -- (Movie Clip) Don't I Get An Egg McMuffin? Something went wrong when everyone went out to watch the comet, so the morning after, Los Angeles is desolate, projectionist Larry and girlfriend Reggie (Catherine Mary Stewart), having "made it" in the booth overnight, arise clueless, in Night Of The Comet, 1984.
Night Of The Comet (1984) -- (Movie Clip) Disintegration Factor Sisters Samantha (Kelli Maroney) and Reggie (Catherine Mary Stewart) have joined fellow comet-holocaust survivor Hector (Robert Beltran) at a radio station, their signal picked up by jump-suited scientists (Geoffrey Lewis, Mary Woronov et al) we've not met before, in Night Of The Comet, 1984.
Night Of The Comet (1984) -- (Movie Clip) Citizens Of Earth More of a 50's opening, Michael Hanks the narrator, then credits and music removing any doubt that we're in the 80's, the movie-usher heroine (Catherine Mary Stewart) introduced playing what looks like Atari's Tempest, in Night Of The Comet, 1984.
Night Of The Comet (1984) -- (Movie Clip) Everyone's Gone Having survived an apparent comet-related holocaust in downtown LA, Reggie (Catherine Mary Stewart) rushes to the 'burbs to check on her airhead sister Samantha (Kelli Maroney), who hasn't caught on, early in Night Of The Comet, 1984.

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