Matthew Woolf

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Matthew Woolf (born July 13, 1971, London) is a major British cinematographer and producer, working in the USA and internationally.

Woolf has been shooting commercials, music videos, documentaries and films internationally since 1995.

He was the Director of Photography on The Inbetweeners (2001), the first digitally shot UK feature to be given a national box office release, distributed by Universal Studios.

After moving to the USA in 2003, Woolf helmed numerous productions for many of the major US networks and cable channels. He was Director of Photography on Sebastian Doggart’s 15 Films About Madonna (A&E) as well as major TV shows America's Most Wanted (Fox), Wife Swap (ABC), Town Haul (Discovery), Growing Up Gotti (A&E) and the cult MTV hit The City. He filmed one of the last interviews with soul legend James Brown in his house for Syd Bernstein Presents (2007), a feature documentary about the agent who brought The Beatles to America. He was also at the cinematography helm for a Promax-award winning spot for MTV's Dirty Sanchez.

He was Director of Photography and co-Producer on two feature films directed by his long-time collaborator Sebastian Doggart: Courting Condi (which won 26 awards on the festival circuit), and From Condi to Neo-Condi. Film Snobbery reviewed his cinematography on the latter film thus: "This documentary is exactly how docs should be shot, and would make veteran documentary directors like Albert Maysles proud... Regardless if you are a...
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