Charles "Chuck" Cohen has been a Cinematographer for over 35 years and has lived in Pacific Palisades for 22 years. His work includes shooting theatrical features, TV shows, commercials, sports documentaries, and news shows like "60-Minutes", among many other credits. Working as either a First or 2nd Unit Director of Photography on theatrical features, some of the films he's worked on include AS GOOD AS IT GETS, TRAINING DAY, ALMOST FAMOUS, WHEN IN ROME, and LOVE DON'T COST A THING. Chuck has also filmed some of the most successful sports action ever produced in movies on films including ANY GIVEN SUNDAY, JERRY MAGUIRE, THE WATERBOY, VARSITY BLUES, SEMI-PRO, THE PROGRAM, WHITE MEN CAN'T JUMP, WITHOUT LIMITS, DAYS OF THUNDER and more. Some of his clients include NFL FILMS, NBA ENTERTAINMENT, MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL PRODUCTIONS, NCAA PRODUCTIONS, the Networks, and other sports production companies. As a film cameraman, he would have the "best seat in the house" for pro and college sports events and always brought along his still camera to grab some amazing images when he had the opportunity. Some of those moments you can see in his various sports galleries, including images from Olympics Games, on his still photography website: www.chuckcohenphotography.com. His website also includes other galleries including Hollywood behind the scenes images, and beautiful photos of Hawaii/animals/landscapes/sunsets and more. You can also watch some movie trailers and montages from Chuck's feature films at www.chuckcohen.com. Chuck has a new movie that will be released theatrically on October 21, 2011 called THE MIGHTY MACS, a true story about the female head coach of the first ever woman's national collegiate basketball champions, Cathy Rush (played by Carla Gugino) and her 1972 Immaculata College Macs team.
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