Amy Belling

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Amy Belling, csc, is a Canadian Society of Cinematographers nominee and multiple Leo Award winning director of photography with a Master of Fine Arts in Cinematography from the American Film Institute Conservatory in Los Angeles. Belling’s latest feature, YOU CAN’T SAY NO, is a US romantic comedy starring Peter Fonda, Marguerite Moreau and Hamish Linklater, which shot in Sonoma, Northern California. Belling’s documentaries with the National Film Board of Canada include BEAUTY, by Christina Willings, (Vancouver/Montreal) and the 2018 CSC nominee for Best Cinematography in a Docudrama, HOLY ANGELS, (Northern Alberta/Vancouver) by Jay Cardinal Villeneuve.

One of Belling's features, SONGS SHE WROTE ABOUT PEOPLE SHE KNOWS, was profiled in the American Cinematographer Magazine, premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and was nominated for three Canadian Screen Awards 2016. 

Belling just wrapped GHOSTING, a TV movie for Freeform and Disney, starring Aisha Dee, Kimiko Glenn and Kendrick Sampson. The US indie feature A REMARKABLE LIFE, starring Daphne Zuniga, Helen Slater, Eric Roberts, John O’Hurley and Mark Margolis, shot in Denver and was released on 40 screens across the US. 

Her very first critically acclaimed short films, WHY THE ANDERSON CHILDREN DIDN’T COME TO DINNER (2003) and THE SADDEST BOY IN THE WORLD (2006) by Jamie Travis, screened at TIFF, SXSW, Slamdance, Rotterdam and Karlovy Vary. 

As a 2nd unit DOP, Belling worked with the legendary John Bailey, ASC on Greg Kinnear’s directorial debut, PHIL (2016), starring himself, Emily Mortimer, Luke Wilson, Jay Duplass, Bradley Whitford, Robert Forster and Taylor Schilling. 

Belling resides between Los Angeles and Vancouver, has an O-1 working visa in the US, is a

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Canada, Europe (Eastern), Europe (Northern), Europe (Southern), Europe (Western), U.S. (Los Angeles), U.S. (Northwest)
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