Coen Brothers

Blood Simple (Joel Coen, 1984) dp Barry Sonnenfeld
Raising Arizona (Joel Coen, 1987) dp Barry Sonnenfeld
Miller’s Crossing (Joel Coen, 1990) dp Barry Sonnenfeld
Barton Fink (Joel Coen, 1991) dp Roger Deakins
Hudsucker Proxy, The (Joel Coen, 1994) dp Roger Deakins
Fargo (Joel Coen, 1996) dp Roger Deakins
The Big Lebowski (Joel Coen, 1997) dp Roger Deakins
O Brother Where Art Thou? (Joel Coen, 2000) dp Roger Deakins
The Man Who Wasn't There (Joel Coen, 2001) dp Roger Deakins
Intolerable Cruelty (Joel Coen, 2003) dp Roger Deakins
The Ladykillers (Joel Coen, 2004) dp Roger Deakins
No Country for Old Men (Coen Bros, 2007) dp Roger Deakins
Burn after Reading (Coen Bros, 2008) dp Emmanuel Lubezki
A Serious Man (Coen Bros, 2009) dp Roger Deakins
True Grit (Coen Bros, 2010) dp Roger Deakins
Inside Llewyn Davis (Joel Coen, 2013) dp Bruno Delbonnel
Hail, Caesar! (Ethan & Joel Coen, 2016) dp Roger Deakins
The Ballad of Buster Scruggs (Ethan & Joel Coen, 2018) dp Bruno Delbonnel
The Tragedy of Macbeth (Joel Coen, 2021) dp Bruno Delbonnel; first film by by Joel alone

It's well known that Joel and Ethan Coen have done pretty much everything together. In the earlier years they typically gave the credit for direction to Joel and production to Ethan, tho they had both written and directed and produced the film together. They also edited together, but gave the credit to an invented person called Roderick Jaynes.
The Tragedy of Macbeth is Joel's first solo direction - but he was not alone. His wife not only co-produced with him but also played the lead female role. I suspect she might be the reason the film came to exist (and it's not a good enough one). Joel edited - as Reginald Jaynes.

Garry Gillard | New: 25 March, 2017 | Now: 26 January, 2022