David Millin

David Millin (11 June 1920 - 26 May 1999)[1] was a South African film director, cinematographer and film producer. He has produced various Afrikaans and English films about his career. He has been a member of the American Society of Cinematographers since 1972, the first member of Africa belonging to the organization. In 1994 he was honored by M-Net for his lifetime contribution to the industry and in 1997 he was also honored by SASC / Kodak for his contribution. He was famous for his spectacular depictions, large (but precise) war scenes and his dry sense of humor.[2]

Filmography

As director:

  • Suster Teresa, 1974
  • Die Voortrekkers, 1973
  • Met Moed, Durf en Bloed, 1973
  • Die Banneling, 1971
  • Shangani Patrol, 1970
  • Banana Beach, 1970
  • Petticoat Safari, 1969
  • Majuba: Heuwel van Duiwe, 1968
  • The Second Sin, 1966
  • African Gold, 1965
  • Seven Against the Sun, 1964
  • Stropers van die Laeveld, 1962
  • Donker Afrika, 1957
  • Last of the Few (year unknown)

As a cinematographer:

  • Killer Force, 1976
  • Die Banneling, 1971
  • The Jackals, 1967
  • The Cape Town Affair, 1967
  • Diamond Safari, 1958
  • Donker Afrika, 1957
  • 'n Plan is 'n Boerdery, 1954
  • Inspan, 1953
  • Hans-die-Skipper, 1952
  • Last of the Few

As manufacturer:

  • Die Voortrekkers, 1973
  • Met Moed, Durf en Bloed, 1973
  • Shangani Patrol, 1970
  • Banana Beach, 1970
  • Seven Against the Sun, 1964
  • Last of the Few

As scriptwriter:

  • Met Moed, Durf en Bloed, 1973
  • African Gold, 1965
  • Seven Against the Sun, 1964
  • Last of the Few

References

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