Tony Imi

Last updated 09 January 2020

Tony Imi

Born: Sunday 27th March 1927
Died: Monday 8th March 2010 (age: 82)


Tony Imi BSC  was a British motion picture and television cinematographer. 

He was born in London, England. Imi had worked continuously as a cinametographer since the late 1960s.

He was Film Cameraman for the Doctor Who story The Faceless Ones.

Also worked on A Brunette KissBridge Over BluePerfect LifeFour SeasonsTrappedStarting OverThe Shell SeekersCandles on Bay StreetThree - IIISchool for SeductionThe Blackwater LightshipLighthouse HillChaos and CadaversSilent CryVictoria & AlbertGoodbye Charlie BrightThe Testimony of Taliesin JonesRancid AluminiumLighthouseSplat!Aimée & JaguarOnly LoveDowntimeHer Desperate ChoiceThe AbductionDalvaThe Sunshine BoysThe Haunting of Helen WalkerScarlettShoppingFor the Love of My Child: The Anissa Ayala StoryMurder So SweetChild of RageAgainst Her Will: An Incident in BaltimoreCarolina SkeletonsOur SonsThe Last to GoDeadly IdentityCoins in the FountainWings of the ApacheThe Old Man and the SeaWiredOptionsBabycakesBusterAmerican RouletteEmpire StateQueenieThe Return of Sherlock HolmesOceans of FireThe Return of Sherlock HolmesThe Last Days of Frank and Jesse JamesEnemy MineReunion at FairboroughNot Quite ParadiseA Christmas CarolSakharovPope John Paul IISavage IslandsPrincess DaisyThe Life and Adventures of Nicholas NicklebyLittle Gloria... Happy at LastDreams Don't DieInside the Third ReichMy Body, My ChildNight CrossingFor Ladies OnlyA Tale of Two CitiesThe Sea WolvesDeath PenaltyThat's Carry OnSteiner - Das Eiserne Kreuz, 2. TeilNorth Sea HijackBrass TargetThe ProfessionalsInternational VelvetThe Slipper and the Rose: The Story of CinderellaThe Likely LadsEdward the SeventhThe FirefightersRobin Hood JuniorPercy's ProgressThe Zoo RobberyElephant BoyAnyone for Sex?I Am a DancerThe Trouble with 2BDulcimaThe Body, The Raging MoonUniversal SoldierJunket 89Inadmissible EvidenceReaching OutThe Wednesday PlaySchool for SeductionHouse of Mortal SinOlimpiada en MéxicoBBC Play of the MonthThe Wednesday PlayAdam Adamant Lives!The Indian Tales of Rudyard Kipling