For the the release of Promise at Dawn from Eric Barbier, Glynn Speeckaert, ASC, AFC, SBC, kindly woke up early in his Los Angeles house to
L’académie des César in Paris has released their 2010 nominations list for best cinematography. Among the 5 nominated are Christophe Beaucarne for Coco Avant Chanel and Glynn Speeckaert for A L’origine.
A l’Origine by Xavier Giannoli, shot by Glynn Speeckaert.Glynn Speeckaert is a graduate of the HRITS film school in Belgium. After having done military service as an electrician, he divides his career as a DOP between fiction and numerous international publicity campaigns. Speeckaert recently moved to the US. His filmography includes English, Flemish and German films, such as Secret Society by Imogen Kimmel, Ex Drummer by Koen Mortier or The Visitation by Robby Henson. Xavier Giannoli invited him to join him on the production of A l’origine to replace Yorrick Le Saux, who was unavailable at the time.