Bruno De Keyzer began his career as a camera operator on Louis Malle's "Black Moon" (1975) and later apprenticed under Sven Nykvist and Pasqualino de Santis. His first film as a cinematographer was "A Sunday in the Country" (1984), the first of four collaborations with director Bertrand Tavernier. Other notable credits include "Little Dorrit" (1988) and "Impromptu" (1991).
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First work on a feature film, as camera operator, for Louis Malle's "Black Moon"
Feature debut as director of photography, and first collaboration with Bertrand Tavernier, "Un Dimanche a la Campagne/A Sunday in the Country"
US TV debut, as director of photography, "The Murders in the Rue Morgue"