26 November 2020 The Irish Film & Television Network
     
Irish Director P.J. Dillon Nominated for Cinematography Award in Television
22 Nov 2013 :
A still from Dillon's BSC-nominated Ripper Street episode, 'What Use Our Work?'
Irish industry veteran P.J. Dillon has been nominated for the award for Best Cinematography in Television Drama by the British Society of Cinematographers, IFTN can report.

Dillon, a past recipient of the Cinematography Award at the Hamptons International Film Festival and three IFTAs, was nominated for his work on 'Ripper Street' season one finale, 'What Use Our Work?' .

The BBC's flagship drama 'Ripper Street', for which Dillon has completed six aired episodes, is not the only major Irish television production that has benefitted from his eye behind the camera - the past two years alone have seen the cinematographer earn credits on History Channel's 'Vikings' as well as the internationally acclaimed 'Game Of Thrones', to name but a few.

In a career spanning more than two decades Mr. Dillon has also turned his hand to directing features, debuting with the Colm Meaney-starring 'Most Important' in 1999 and delivering a number of shorts before working with Irish actors Amy Huberman and Allen Leech on 2010's 'Rewind'.

His latest feature, penned alongside Pierce Ryan and Eugene O' Brien, will feature a dark revenge tale set in 1840's Ireland. Titled 'The Ranger', the film is currently in pre-production with Fastnet Films set to produce.

With a mission statement dedicated to 'Preserving The Vision', The British Society of Cinematographers award for Cinematography in a Television Drama was established to recognize excellence in a medium that has grown to be every bit as artistic as its silver screen cousin.

Also competing in the category will be Gavin Finney for 'The Fear', Christopher Ross for his work in 'TopBoy', and Paul Sarossy for the Showtime/Neil Jordan collaboration 'The Borgias'.



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