Fredericks, Neal 1969–(Neal L. Fredericks)

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(Neal L. Fredericks)


Full name, Neal Leslie Fredericks; born July 24, 1969, in Newport Beach, CA; son of Carl Leslie (in U.S. Navy) and Judith Ann Fredericks; married Ann Lu (a director and writer), 1999. Education: Montgomery College, Rockville, MD, graduated, 1989; Towson University, graduated, 1991.

Addresses: Contact [email protected].

Career: Cinematographer and producer. Began career as a camera operator in Florida and Washington, DC; photographer for commercials, promotional clips, and music videos, including "Big Bang to This" by Redstone featuring KAM, "Faithful" by Poww Brothers, and "2Da-Curb" by Playa Hamm featuring Jewel.

Awards, Honors: FLO Film Festival Award, best cinematography, 2000, for Dreamers.


Film Cinematographer:

(With others) Vicious Kiss, Stratosphere Entertainment, 1995.

(With others) Carjack, Star International Productions, 1996.

(With others) Demolition Highway, Stratosphere Entertainment, 1996.

(With others) Raven's Ridge, Asylum, 1997.

Laughing Dead, BijouFlix Releasing, 1998.

(With others) Streetwise, 1998.

The Blair Witch Project, Artisan Entertainment, 1999.

Dreamers, Pathfinder Pictures, 1999.

George's Auto, Captain Michael P. Indigaro Productions/Majestyk Brand Entertainment, 1999.

CScam, Landscape Films, 2000.

Diaries of Darkness, 2000.

Jonni Nitro, Eruptor Entertainment, 2000.

Don't Make Me Blush, 2001.

Jay's Garden, Malibu (short film), 2001.

Killer Me, Point Blank Films/Vanguard Cinema, 2001.

Tea Time (short film), 2001.

Wind Farm (short film), 2001.

Callback, CubraLibra Entertainment/GMan Productions, 2002.

(With others) Hell's Highway, A the Asylum Presentations, 2002.

Out of Sync, R.P. Productions, 2002.

(As Neal L. Fredericks) The Stonecutter, Pop/Art Film Factory, 2002.

Voodoo Tailz (also known as Voodoo Mardi Gras ), Spartan Home Entertainment/Vision Films, 2002.

Compadres, Spartan Home Entertainment, 2003.

Erosion, Dark Lantern Pictures, 2003.

Latin Kingz, Spartan/El Matador, 2003.

(And producer) The Legend of Diablo, Pop/Art Film Factory and Premium Resources, 2003.

Vengeance, Pop/Art Film Factory, 2003.

Wrong Casa, Matador Home Entertainment/Spartan Home Entertainment, 2003.

(With others) You'll Never Wiez in This Town Again, Dimension Films, 2003.

Also cinematographer for Da Crib and The Social Hour, both Pop/Art Film Factory.

Film Camera Operator:

First assistant camera operator, Compelling Evidence, Stratosphere Entertainment, 1995.

First assistant camera operator, Deadly Run, G.E.L. Distribution, 1995.

First assistant camera operator, Perfect Mate, Images of Light, 1996.

Patriot Son, Encore Media Corporation, 1997.

Hard, Jour de Fete Films, 1999.

Television Cinematographer; Specials:

(Uncredited; with others) Curse of the Blair Witch, SciFi Channel, 1999.

The Burkittsville 7, SciFi Channel, 2000.

Shadow of the Blair Witch, SciFi Channel, 2000.

Television Work; Other:

Camera operator, Gun (series; also known as Robert Altman's Gun ), ABC, 1997.

Camera operator, The 119, 1997.

(With others) Director of photography, The Scariest Places on Earth (series), ABC Family Channel, 20002002.



Neal Fredericks Home Page,, September 16, 2003.

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