Anthony Dod Mantle has worked around the world on many critically acclaimed films, collaborating with some of the most exciting directors in modern cinema including Lars Von Trier, Thomas Vinterberg, Danny Boyle and Kevin Macdonald. The sheer variety of Anthony’s work, from The Celebration, Dogville and Manderlay to 28 Days Later, The Last King of Scotland and 127 Hours is testament to his creativity and talent.
For Slumdog Millionaire, Anthony won the Academy Award and also picked up a BAFTA, an ASC Award, a BIFA and the Golden Frog at Camerimage. For The Last King of Scotland, Anthony received The Evening Standard Technical Achievement Award and Best Cinematography at the Stockholm Film Festival. For Wallander, starring Kenneth Branagh, Anthony received a BAFTA Craft Award. Anthony has also been nominated four times for Best Cinematography at the European Film Awards, winning for Dogville and 28 Days Later.
Anthony has also collaborated with director Ron Howard, working on both Rush and In the Heart of the Sea, and with Susanna White on Our Kind of Traitor, starring Ewan McGregor and Naomie Harris. His work can be seen in Oliver Stone’s Snowden starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Angelina Jolie’s First They Killed by Father, both of which garnered him Bronze Frog Awards at Camerimage. More recently, Anthony shot Marjane Satrapi’s Radioactive starring Rosamund Pike and HBO’s The Undoing, helmed by Susanne Bier and starring Nicole Kidman.
Born in the United Kingdom, Anthony lives in Copenhagen with his wife and family.