|Name Sean Williams||Role Cinematographer|
|Movies Heaven Knows What, Listen Up Philip, Christmas - Again, The Color Wheel, Alexander the Last|
Similar People Robert Greene, Ronald Bronstein, Josh Safdie, Jessica Oreck, Alex Ross Perry
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- Filmography as cinematographer
One of his early assignments was for Jessica Oreck's Beetle Queen Conquers Tokyo, which premiered at the 2009 South By South West Film Festival (SXSW), and which was lauded by Justin Chang in a review for Variety, describing Williams' camerawork and visual style as "pure poetry."
Williams was cinematographer on Ronald Bronstein's Frownland, which received a Special Jury Award at SXSW in 2007 and was named the 2007 Gotham Award-winner for "Best Film Not Playing at a Theatre Near You." Williams was also cinematographer on Mary Bronstein's Yeast, starring Greta Gerwig. He has shot several films for Alex Ross Perry: Impolex, The Color Wheel, Listen Up Philip, Queen of Earth and most recently Golden Exits, which premiered in Sundance's 2017 U.S. Dramatic Competition.
Williams has worked with the Safdie brothers on several films: The Black Balloon, won the Jury Prize in Short Film, U.S. Fiction, at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, Heaven Knows What premiered at Toronto, screened at SXSW and was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award. In 2017, he shot the highly anticipated Good Time starring Robert Pattinson.
Williams has worked alongside Abel Ferrara and Noah Baumbach and served extensively as cameraman for mentor Albert Maysles, with whom he collaborated on Iris, the Maysles' last documentary about the scintillating and stylish N.Y. octogenarian.
The New Yorker film critic Richard Brody has praised Williams, describing him as "the cinematographer for many of the best and most significant independent films of the past decade, fiction and documentary."