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John Blick was born on 1945 in 1945, is a Cinematographer, Producer, Writer. Discover John Blick's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 76 years old?

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Occupation cinematographer,producer,writer
Age 77 years old
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Born 30 November 1944
Birthday 30 November
Birthplace 1945
Nationality 1945

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He was Co-Director of Photography and Second Unit Director on "The Frighteners", for Peter Jackson ("Lord of the Rings", "King Kong", "The Hobbit")In 2005 John co-produced the award winning short film US. US was invited to screen in over twenty international film festivals and was nominated for three New Zealand Screen Awards (NZ's equivalent of the Oscar) - Best Short Film, Best Screenplay and Best Lead Performance. John continues to work internationally as a filmmaker/producer and scriptwriter. He is frequently called upon to judge New Zealand film industry awards. He is a member of the Directors Guild of America and accredited member of the New Zealand Cinematographers Society. Selected filmography:"The Frighteners": Director/Cinematographer - second unit Co-Director of Photography - main unit Directed by Peter Jackson ("Lord of the Rings", "King Kong", "The Hobbit") Starring Michael J.


In 1985, Dennis Guy & Hirsch Productions, New York, contracted John to direct commercials in the USA. This was followed by a period with Ulick Mayo Productions, Los Angeles. During this time John directed numerous high profile award-winning national campaigns for clients such as Amtrak, McDonalds and California Cheese. Returning to New Zealand, John continued to direct and photograph TV commercials and formed Shadow Play Films. During the 90's, John was the Director of Photography on the feature film "The Last Tattoo".


He was also second unit cameraman on Universal's "That Man Bolt"In 1980, John founded the first film facilities company in New Zealand and Interfilm, a commercial production company. Over the next five years John directed many of New Zealand's most well-known ad campaigns. He took time out to spend three months in Indonesia filming a series of documentaries with former Magnum photographer Brian Brake. He then spent twelve months with Salon Films, Bangkok, Thailand, as executive producer and director.


Born in New Zealand, John has over 50 years' experience in the film and television industry. His career began with the New Zealand National Film Unit as a sound recordist and then as a director/cinematographer filming documentaries and television current affairs. In the late 1960s, John moved to Sydney, Australia where he joined the Australian Broadcasting Corporation as a news cameraman. This was followed by a season as camera operator on the popular TV series "Skippy". Subsequently he became second unit director/cameraman on the series. At the end of the series John moved to Singapore and joined Pearl & Dean Productions as a director/cameraman filming cinema and television commercials and documentaries in Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines. Next, he joined Salon Films, Hong Kong as a director/cameraman.