Haris Zambarloukos, BSC GSC acquired a BA in Fine Arts from Central St Martin’s College of Art & Design and whilst studying in London photographed Debbie Emmin`s Docket Box at Shepperton Studios; which garnered a Fuji Film Award.

Haris received his MFA in Cinematography from the American Film Institute in 1997 and was mentored by Conrad Hall ASC on A Civil Action, after which he shot many commercials, documentaries and shorts in the US, Europe and Central America.

The AFI thesis film First Daughter won numerous awards including the 1998 San Jose Film Festival, the 1997 City of Angels Film Festival and the Empire State Film Festival, and it received the International Cinematographers Guild Award for Artistic Achievement in Cinematography.

February 24, 2015  

Los Angeles Times
April 25, 2014  
Tom Hardy`s acting will keep your eyes locked on "Locke"

The New York Times
April 23, 2014  
A Road Movie, but With No Rest Stops "Locke" With Tom Hardy, Is a Minimalist Vehicle

Empire online
When Empire catches up Haris Zambarloukos, he`s at the end of a day of horsey business at Pinewood Studios.

KODAK online
November 18, 2013  
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit Calls for a Classic Approach


British Cinematographer (issue 45)
May, 2011  
Last year we ran a piece about Harris Zambarloukos BSC and his production work on the Kenneth Branagh - directed Thor.

May, 2011  
Marvel`s ancient norse warrior comes to the big screen. By David Heuring photos by Zade Rosenthal

Haris Zambarloukos - Cinematographer - Thor
May 21, 2011  
BlogTalkRadio Interview - Mr. Haris Zambarloukos

April 9,2011  

The Cyprus Weekly
March 11, 2011  
Picture perfect Greek Cypriot cinematographer brings life and beauty to film

Mama Mia! - Kodak Magazine
July 20, 2010  
Mamma Mia! translating a hit musical to the big screen

News Release
July 20, 2010  
Toshiba Imaging`s High Def Cameras Capture Toshiba Space Chair

We need a hero - British Cinematographer
March 20, 2010, Issue 039  
Haris Zambarloukos BSC took time out during a lunch break, whilst shooting on location in New Mexico, to speak to British Cinematographer about his work on Thor.

Space Chair
November 16, 2009  
Space Chair is a British television and cinema advertisement launched by Toshiba in 2009 to promote its Regza SD LCD televisions.

16 November, 2009  
This latest Toshiba campaign is more science experiment than traditional commercial, as Grey London head 98,268 feet above the Earth`s surface for new spot Space Chair.

iTUNES Movie Trailers
September 11th, 2009  
A taut thriller, THE OTHER MAN is an intimate tale of a man who discovers his wife`s infidelity and sets out to track down his rival.

Anamorphic Workshop - Panavision
November 25, 2008  

Mamma Mia! Makes the Leap to the Big Screen
November 20, 2008 - Camera Creative  
Since its debut in 1999, Mamma Mia! has become an international entertainment phenomenon, writes David Heuring.

Haris Zambarloukos Masterclass - Fest21.com
November 20, 2008  
Critically acclaimed cinematographer Haris Zambarloukos held a Masterclass on Sunday, November 15th, at the John Kassavetes Theatre. Haris Zambarloukos talked about the way he works with light, his collaboration with known filmmakers, as well as his relationship with modern technology.

The New York Times
September 7, 2008  
DEATH DEFYING ACTS 2007; The Had Faces Then: Belushi, Chaplin, Stewart ... By STEPHANIE ZACHAREK

Fathers of the Bride - American Cinematographer, by Hope-Jones
August, 2008  
Haris Zambarloukos, BSC heads to the Greek islands to shoot Mamma Mia!, a scenic musical romp about a fiance with three possible papas. Based on the popular stage musical of the same name, the film Mamma Mia!

Haris Zambarloukos Defies Tradition - MOVIEMAKER
July 11, 2008  
As the director of photography on this week`s limited release Death Defying Acts and the anticipated summer movie Mamma Mia!, Haris Zambarloukos is having quite a month.

Report from Plus Camerimage - ASC
December 5, 2007  
The 15th Annual Plus Camerimage International Festival of the Art of Cinematography was officially opened on Nov. 24 in Lodz, Poland, by Lech KaczyƄski, president of the country.

Haris Zambarloukos - Variety
November 1, 2006  
In the well-lived crevices of Peter O`Toole`s face, shot in glaring close-up for the film "Venus," cinematographer Haris Zambarloukos found all the resonance of the craggy dissipation of old age.



In 1999 Haris shot his first US feature Camera Obscura. In 2004 he earned a nomination for Best Technical Achievement at the British Independent Film Awards for Enduring Love (2004) with Daniel Craig and quickly went on to build a reputation through his work on films like Venus (2006), starring Peter O'Toole and Sir Kenneth Branagh's Sleuth (2007) starring Michael Caine and Jude Law. With his most recent projects, Branagh's Thor for Marvel Films (2010), Sir Richard Eyre's The Other Man (2009), Jill Armstfong's Death Defying Acts (2007) starring Guy Pearce and Catherine Zeta Jones, and for which he was nominated for a 2008 AFI Award for Best Cinematography, and Phyllida Lloyd's larger than life musical version of Mamma Mia (2008). Zambarloukos has shown a wide range of ability, fulfilling the promise signified by his inclusion in Variety`s 2006 list, "10 to watch: Cinematographers". Haris is Vice President of the British Society of Cinematographers, and a member of the the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, the Greek Society of Cinematographers and the European Film Academy.

He has recently shot Locke for writer/director Steve Knight and Paramount's Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit and Disney's Cinderella for Sir Kenneth Branagh. Haris' drone war film with Oscar winning director Gavin Hood Eye In The Sky was released on March 11 2015. Haris also lensed Denial directed by Mick Jackson and his fifth collaboraton with Sir Kenneth on the the Agatha Christie classic Murder On The Orient Express is in theatres now and screening in 70mm. Currently, Haris is in preparation for Disney’s Artemis Fowl.