Kim Batterham ACS

Head of Cinematography

Kim Batterham has been a director of photography for over 25 years. Kim has shot features, mini-series, TV series, independent dramas and documentary.

He has been recognised for the high standard of his work by his many awards, which include Cinematographer of the Year 2000 and an AFI for Best Cinematography in 2001.

Kim has achieved recognition of his portrait work and was hung by the National Photographic Portrait gallery in 2009.

Education

BA Cinematography Film and TV, AFTRS, 1980

Professional History

Film and TV production 1980 - 2009

Professional Association

Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS) Accredited

Awards

Silver Award NSW ACS Awards, Closed for Winter, 2008

Gold Award National ACS Awards, The Widower, 2004

Gold Award National ACS Awards, Floodhouse, 2004

Gold Award National ACS Awards, Wrath of Angels - The Bill, 2001

Gold Award National ACS Awards, One Night The Moon, 2001

Winner AFI Award Best Cinematography Non-feature, One Night The Moon, 2001

Best Cinematography, New York Film Festival, One Night The Moon, 2002

Silver Award National ACS Awards, Saturn's Return, 2001

Silver Award NSW ACS Awards, Marriage Acts, 2001

Golden Tripod ACS Awards, The Potato Factory, 2000

Milli Award Cinematographer of the Year, ACS Awards, The Potato Factory, 2000

Gold Award NSW ACS Awards, Kangaroo Palace, 1997

Acknowledgement

The Australian Film Television Radio and School would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Bidjigal people and Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, on whose land we meet, work, study and teach. We pay our respects to Elders past and present, and extend our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from all nations of this land.