Alphonse Roy

  • Cinematographer

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Wildlife cinematographer Alphonse Roy has been wandering in the wilderness for over two decades, befriending tuskers and taking shots of big cats. While he has worked on a number of wildlife documentaries such as Treasure Seekers: Tibet's Hidden Kingdom, Man-Eaters of India, Kingdom of Cobra, Temple Tiger, Elephant Mountain, and Tiger by Night among many, he stumbled upon mainstream commercial movies, making his feature film debut with the award-winning movie Aamir in 2008.

Although his primary focus is shooting wildlife documentaries, he has been associated with a handful of Indian movies such as Drohi, Mumbai Cutting, Gulaab Gang, Peter Gaya Kaam Se, and Raid.