John Alcott, B.S.C. (1931 London – 28 July 1986) was an English cinematographer best known for his four collaborations with director Stanley Kubrick; these are 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), for which he took over as lighting cameraman from Geoffrey Unsworth in mid-shoot, A Clockwork Orange (1971), Barry Lyndon (1975), the film for which he won his Oscar, and The Shining (1980). Alcott died from a heart attack in Cannes, France in July 1986; he was 55. He received a tribute at the end of his last film No Way Out starring Kevin Costner.
- 1973: BAFTA Award nomination for A Clockwork Orange
- 1976: Oscar for Barry Lyndon
- 1976: BAFTA Award for Barry Lyndon
- 1984: BAFTA Award nomination for Greystoke