OUR GUESTS THROUGHOUT 24 YEARS
 
 
 
 
 
Camerimage Festival throughout 24 years of its existence has attracted many distinguished filmmakers.
Below you will find the names of our guests and some of the award recipients who could not attend in person.



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      Phil Abraham 
American cinematographer and director. He won a Primetime Emmy Award for “Outstanding Cinematography for a One-Hour Series” for Mad Men and has been nominated for this award six more times. He worked as a cinematographer and a director on such TV show sets as The Sopranos, Breaking Bad and Daredevil.
Phil Abraham attended the Camerimage Festival in 2015. He was a member of the Music Videos Competition jury and the first episode of Daredevil: Into the Ring with his cinematography was screened as a part of the First Look – TV Pilots Competition.


      Muriel Aboulrouss 
British cinematographer, born in 1954 in Manchester. Since 2014 he is the president of the British Society of Cinematorgraphers. A long-term collaborator of director Ken Loach, with whom he has made more than a dozen films, including The Wind That Shakes the Barley, My Name is Joe, Sweet Sixteen, and Looking for Eric. He has also worked with other prominent filmmakers, such as Kathryn Bigelow (The Hurt Locker, which earned him a nomination for the Academy Award), and Ralph Fiennes (Coriolanus). Winner of the BAFTA award and European Film Award.
Muriel Aboulrouss attended the Camerimage Festival in 2016. She was a member of the Student’s Etudes Competition’s jury. 


      Barry Ackroyd
British cinematographer, born in 1954 in Manchester. Since 2014 he is the president of the British Society of Cinematorgraphers. A long-term collaborator of director Ken Loach, with whom he has made more than a dozen films, including The Wind That Shakes the Barley, My Name is Joe, Sweet Sixteen, and Looking for Eric. He has also worked with other prominent filmmakers, such as Kathryn Bigelow (The Hurt Locker, which earned him a nomination for the Academy Award), and Ralph Fiennes (Coriolanus). Winner of the BAFTA award and European Film Award.
Barry Ackroyd attended the Camerimage Festival in 2002. He received the Cinematographer-Director Duo award for his collaboration with Ken Loach. He also conducted student workshops. Films with Ackroyd's cinematography have often been selected for the Main Competition, e.g. Carla's Song, Sweet Sixteen, The Hurt Locker, Green Zone, and Coriolanus. His work could be admired during special screenings and the World Panorama cycle.



      Bryan Adams 
Canadian musician and photographer, born in 1959 in Kingston. He started his career as a singer and guitarist in the 1970s, quickly gaining the status of an international pop-star. He is an author of numerous timeless hit songs, several solo albums and a three-time Best Song nominee at the Oscars. He has also a successful career as a photographer, he has worked with many prestigious magazines, like Harper’s Baazar or Vogue, has photographed notable fashion designers’ collections and he is co-creating a fashion magazine ZOO. His photos has been displayed in many prestigious galleries, for example National Portrait Gallery in London.
Bryan Adams was a guest of the Camerimage Festival in 2015. He opened the exhibition of his work entitled Exposed. The exhibition was held in the Center of Contemporary Art in Toruń.



      Remi Adefarasin
British cinematographer, born in 1948 in London. Winner of the BAFTA award for his work on Shekhar Kapur's Elizabeth: The Golden Age. He has collaborated with Woody Allen (Match Point, Scoop), Paul Weitz (Little Fockers, About a Boy), and Peter Howitt (Sliding Doors). He has worked on numerous feature films and television series. In 1999, he was nominated for an Oscar for Elizabeth: The Golden Age.
Remi Adefarasin has attended the Festival three times. In 1999, he won the Golden Frog award for his work on Elizabeth: The Golden Age, and accepted the distinction at the next edition of the Festival. In 2000 and 2003, he was one of the instructors of the ARRI workshops. At the 11th Camerimage Festival he served on the jury of Student Etudes Competition. Onegin, a film by Martha Fiennes with his photography, was selected for the Main Competition in 2000, and in 2007, the jury evaluated his cinematography in Elizabeth: the Golden Age, directed by Shekhar Kapur.



      Javier Aguirresarobe
Spanish cinematographer, born in 1948 in Elbar. His credits include Imanol Uribe's Running Out of Time, Fernando Trueba's Girl of Your Dreams, Others, and Alejandro Amenábar's The Sea Inside, David Trueba's Salamina Soldiers, Pedro Almodóvar's Talk to Her, or Woody Allen's Vicky Cristina Barcelona. Aguirresarobe has also photographed two parts of the popular Twilight saga. His work on The Road earned him a nomination for the BAFTA Award. Winner of six Goya Awards. Two-time nominee for the European Film Awards in the “Best Cinematographer" category.
Javier Aguirresarobe attended the Camerimage festival in 2004, where he was on the jury of the Student Etudes Competition, the same year The Sea Inside was featured in the Main Competition.



      Jonas Åkerlund
Swedish director, born in 1965 in Stockholm. He has won international acclaim as one of the best music video directors ever. Three times Grammy award winner, he was also recognized with the MTV Music Video Award. He was behind such famous and controversial music videos as those for Ray of Light by Madonna, Smack My Bitch Up by The Prodigy or Lady Gaga’s Paparazzi. He has also collaborated with many other music stars, including The Rolling Stones, U2, Metallica, Rammstein, Coldplay, Rihanna or Beyonce.
Jonas Åkerlund attended the Camerimage Festival in 2014. That year he received the Award for Outstanding Achievements in the Field of Music Videos and took part in the „Music Videos: The Masterclass Series”.


      Robert Alazraki
French cinematographer, president of the French Society of Cinematographers (AFC). He has worked on such French films as Josiane Balasko's Cliente, Diane Kurys' Je reste!, and Thomas Gilou's Michou d'Auber.
Robert Alazraki has attented the Festival seven times. In 1996, at the 3rd edition of the Festival, he was member of the Main Competition jury. In 2005, he was one of the Polish Cinema Review jury members. He was also among the leaders of cinematography workshops organized in 2008, at the 16th Camerimage Festival. Films with his photography were featured in the world panorama - A Summer in La Goulette in 1996, and Born Romantic in 2000.



      Maryse Alberti
Cinematographer of French origin, born in 1954 in Langon. She was the first woman ever to be on the cover of American Cinematographer. Graduate of the American Film Institute. She was behind the cinematography of such films as Velvet Goldmine by Todd Haynes, Tape by Richard Linklater, The Wrestler by Darren Aronofsky, Happiness by Todd Solondz or Crumb by Terry Zwigoff. She has also been working on many documentaries and commercials.
Maryse Alberti attended the Camerimage Festival in 2014. She was the president of the Feature Length Documentary Films Competition jury. 


      Jeff Amaral
American director and stereographer. As a 3D and stereography specialist he worked on such productions as The Amazing Spider-Man, The Great Gatsby and X-Men: Days of Future Past. He uses 3D technology also in broadcasting live music and sport events.
Jeff Amaral attended the Camerimage Festival in 2015. He was a member of the 3D Films Competition jury. 


      Kate Amend 
American editor. She is a member of the board of two prestigious organizations, Academy of Motion Picture Art And Science (AMPAS) and American Cinema Editors (ACE). She has gained  recognition with her work on documentary films. She was behind the editing of two Oscar-winning documentaries by Mark Jonathann Harris - Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport and The Redwoods. Her credits include such award-winning documentary films as Beah: A Black Woman Speaks by LisaGay Hamilton or The Case Against 8 by Ben Cotner and Ryan White. 
Kate Amend attended the Camerimage Festival in 2014. She was a member of the Documentary Short Films Competition jury.



      Grant Anderson
American producer and digital technologies specialist. CEO of the Hollywood-based production company Creative Monster Productions. As a stereographer and 3D specialist he worked on such films as Beowulf 3D , Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Green Horn 3D or The Amazing Spider-Man.
Grant Anderson attended the Camerimage Festival in 2014 as a member of the 3D Films Competition jury. 



      Miguel Ángel Jiménez
Spanish director, screenwriter and producer, born in 1979 in Madrid. One of the founders of Kinoskopik Film Production. His first film was a short titled “Les huelles", produced by Aki Kaurismaki. His credits include short films (like the internationally awarded “Koshoro") and documentaries (“El Abanico"). His feature length debut was “Ori" with Gorka Gómez Andreu`s cinematography, which was recognized at the San Sebastian film festival, among others. Together with Gorka Gómez Andreu he has also made his second feature length film “Chaika".
Miguel Ángel Jiménez participated in the Plus Camerimage festival in 2012. For his film “Chaika" he received the Grand Prix of the Directors` Debuts Competition.



      Alvaro Anguita 
Chilean cinematographer and producer. A documentary feature titled “A Tale of Love, Madness and Death” (by Mijael Bustos) with his cinematography was screened at the Toronto Film Festival and it won the Best Short Fiction Award at the Krakow Film Festival. 
Alvaro Anguita attended the Camerimage Festival in 2015, where he received the Golden Frog in Short Documentary Films Competition for his work in “A Tale of Love, Madness and Death”. 



      Michael Apted 
British director, writer, producer and actor, born in 1941 in Aylesbury. He created his first feature film in Great Britain, but  for over 30 years now he has been living and working in the US. Since 1963 he has been working on a widely known documentary project titled Seven Up! (every seven years another part of the project is produced). His impressive filmography comprises several dozen titles, including Gorillas in the Mist: The Story of Dian Fossey, Chasing Mavericks, Enigma, The World Is Not Enough, Enough, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, Nell, Coal Miner's Daughter. He also creates socially engaged documentary films, such as Incident at Oglala and Moving the Mountain. He received numerous awards and since 2003 to 2009 he was the president of the Directors Guild of America.
Michael Apted attended the Camerimage Festival in 2016. He received a Lifetime Achievement Award for Directing. He also chaired the  Student Etudes Competition’s jury. 



      Adam Arkapaw
Australian cinematographer. Worked on David Michôd's Animal Kingdom, Justin Kurzel's Snowtown, and Nash Edgerton's Bear. He was nominated twice for the Australian Film Institute Award in the Best Cinematography category.
He attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2010, where he was recognized with the Best Cinematographer's Debut award for Animal Kingdom. In 2015 the first edition of the First Look: TV Pilots Competition featured True Detective: The Long Bright Dark with his cinematography. 


      Darren Aronofsky
American director, born in 1962 in New York. His feature debut, Pi, on which he collaborated with cinematographer Matthew Libatique, won the Sundance Festival award for best direction, and received 3 nominations for the Independent Spirit award. The cinematic output of this duo includes such films as Requiem for a Dream, and The Fountain. The last project they worked on - Black Swan - was lavished with prizes, and Natalie Portman, who was cast in the main role, won an Oscar, a Golden Globe and a BAFTA award. Wrestler, directed by Aronofsky, earned a Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival. He also received the American Film Institution distinction awarded to the most talented graduates of AFI studies - Franklin J. Schaffner Alumni Medal.
Attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2010. He was on the jury of Music Videos Competition. The screening of Black Swan opened the 18th edition of the Festival, during which Aronofsky and Matthew Libatique were distinguished with the Cinematographer - Director Duo Award. That year, a review of their films was organized.



      Yorgos Arvanitis
Greek cinematographer, born in 1941 in Dilofo. Initially collaborating with Greek directors, he was responsible for almost all of Theo Angelopoulos' films. He has been living in France since the 1990s, and is a member of the French Society of Cinematographers (AFC). He has cooperated with such prominent European filmmakers as Volker Schlöndorff (Homo Faber, 1991), and Agnieszka Holland (Total Eclipse). Recognized at numerous film festivals, including those in Venice and Chicago.
Yorgos Arvanitis attended the Camerimage Festival in 2000, where he was on the Main Competition and Student Etudes Competition juries. Numerous films with his photography have been selected for the Main Competition: in 1996, Ulysses' Gaze, in 1998 Eternity and a Day (both directed by Theo Angelopoulos). The Volker Schlöndorff retrospective review at the 17th Camerimage Festival featured Homo Faber with cinematography by Arvanitis.



      Touraj Aslani
Iranian cinematographer, born in 1973 in Kermanshah. Graduate of the Sooreh University in Teheran. He has worked on more than one hundred documentaries, shorts, animated and experimental films as well as several features produced in Iran, Iraq and Turkey. His credits include such films as Reza Dormishian`s “Hatred", Bahman Ghobadi`s “Rhino Season", Behruz Afkhami`s “Saint Petersburg" or Mehdi Naderi`s “Farewell Baghdad". For his cinematography in “Rhino Season" he received Annual Asia Pacific Screen Award and San Sebastian Film Festival Award, among others. Recognized at several film festivals, including those in Iran, Canada or Estonia.
Touraj Aslani has already participated in two editions of the Plus Camerimage festival. During the 20th edition he received the Bronze Frog award for his cinematography in “Rhino Season". The same year, the film “Hatred" lensed by Aslani participated both in the Main Competition and the Directors` Debuts Competition. In 2009 "How Green Was Our Valley" by Fareshteh Joghataei with Aslani`s cinematography has been selected for the Short Documentary Films Competition.



      Ehab Assal 
Palestinian cinematographer and producer. He gained experience while working with such masters as Vilmos Zsigmond or Dante Spinotti (with Spinotti he had been working on the set of The Insider by Michael Mann). He was an assistant to Barry Markowitz on the set of Slinge Blade by Billy Bob Thornton. His credits as a DoP include Haifa by Rashid Masharawi, or internationally awarded Omar by Hany Abu-Assad. Ehab Assal is also the founder of the Yellow Dawn Productions company.
Ehab Assal attended the 22nd edition of the Camerimage festival. That year he received the Silver Frog for his cinematography in Omar. 



      Tomasz Augustynek
Polish cinematographer, born in 1977 in Krakow. Awarded at Gdynia and Avignon film festivals, among others. He was the cinematographer in Laurence Walsh`s short films “Cold Kenya", “Dlaczego tutaj jesteś" and “Tara". His credits include also Michał Gazda`s short film “Tuesday" and feature length films, such as “Zwerbowana miłość" by Tadeusz Król, “Man of East" by Oleg Pogodin or “The State Witness" by Jarosław Sypniewski, Jacek Filipiak and Michał Gazda. He worked in many music videos, documentaries and over one hundred commercials.
Tomasz Augustynek has attended eight editions of the Plus Camerimage festival already. In 2012 he was member of the Music Videos Competition jury. Films with his cinematography were selected to the Student Etudes Competition three times: in 1998 in Carlos Kasuski`s “No water", in 1999 in Krzysztof Biernacki`s “The Picture" and the next year in Michał Gazda`s “Tuesday".


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      John Bailey
American cinematographer, born in 1942, in Moberly, Missouri. He amassed cinematographic experience while working with Vilmos Zsigmond, and Nestor Almendros. In 1985, together with Eiko Ishioka and Phillip Glass, he won honorable mention at the Cannes Festival for his work on Mishima. He has also tried his hand as a director.
In 1994, John Baily was member of the jury at the 2nd Camerimage Festival. He also attended the Festival in 1999. He was nominated for Paul Schrader's Forever Mine in the Main Competition at the 7th Festival. In 1996, a retrospective review featured Terrence Malick's Days of Heaven with his cinematography.



      Nina Badoux 
Dutch cinematographer, born in Amsterdam. Her work includes short films and TV productions, as well as documentary films. She was the cinematographer in the 2015 feature film Parnassus by Robin Boissevain. She also shot two documentary films focusing on the problems of Syria by Reber Dosky – Radio Kobani and The Sniper of Kobani. 
Nina Badoux attended the Camerimage Festival in 2016. She received a Special Mention in the Documentary Shorts Competition for The Sniper of Kobani.



      Adam Bajerski
Polish cinematographer, born in 1966 in Cieszyn. A two-time Golden Lion winner: for his work on Andrzej Jakimowski's Squint Your Eyes (together with Paweł Śmietanka) and Tricks. He has also been nominated for the Golden Duck and Eagle awards. His credits include numerous feature films and several television series. He has worked on such films as Andrzej Kotkowski's City of the Sea, Janusz Majewski's Little Baccalaureate 1947, and Krzysztof Zanussi's And A Warm Heart.
Adam Bajerski has attended five editions of the Festival. In 2007, Tricks with his cinematography won the Polish Films Competition, and at the 20th edition Andrzej Jakimowski`s Imagine with Bajerski`s cinematography was screened in Polih Films Competition. In 2003, Squint Your Eyes with cinematography by Bajerski and Paweł Śmietanka, was selected for the Main Competition.



      Michael Ballhaus
German cinematographer, born in 1935 in Berlin. Known for his collaborations with such directors as Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Mike Nichols (Working Girl, Postcards from the Edge), Francis Ford Copolla (Dracula) or Volker Schlöndorff (Death of a Salesman). His long-standing collaboration with Martin Scorsese bore picture such as After Hours, Age of Innocence, Goodfellas, Gangs of New York, and The Departed. He is also known for his work on music videos - he worked with such stars as Bruce Springsteen or Madonna. Three-time Oscar nominee, Ballhaus also competed for the BAFTA. He was the first German cinematographer to be distinguished with the American Society of Cinematographers' International Award.
He has attended five editions of the Plus Camerimage Festival. At the 2010 edition, he was the chairman of the Cinematographers' Debut Films Competition jury. Films with his cinematography were showed as part of Main Competition screenings and retrospectives (e.g. Volker Schlöndorff's or his own). He conducted workshops and seminars. In 2010, he received The Lifetime Achievement Award.



      Alan Barker
American sound engineer, and cinematographer. He graduated from UCLA's Film Television and Digital Media Department. He began his career as producer, and director of educational films for his company - Ramsgate Films. His body of work encompasses such documentary films as Taken for a Ride, Who Needs The Dixie Chicks: Shut Up & Sing or Snowblind.
Alan Barker attended the Camerimage Festival three times so far. He was on the jury of Feature Length Documentary Films Competition in 2011 and 2013, and during the 23rd edition in 2015 he was among the jurors of the Documentary Short Films Competition. His documentary Who needs sleep? was screened as part of special screenings in 2006.



      Michael Barrett
American cinematographer, born in 1970 in Riverside. Winner of ASC award for the pilot episode of CSI: Miami, Barret was nominated twice for this award for his work on CSI: Las Vegas. He also did cinematographic work on Shane Black's Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang, Emillio Estevez's Bobby, You Don't Mess with the Zohan or Seth MacFarlane's Ted.
Michael Barrett attended the Plus Camerimage Festival twice. In 2008, he was on the jury of the Polish Films Competition. Bobby with Barrett's cinematography was selected for the Main Competition, and at the 13th edition, the Festival audience had a chance to see his Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang.



      Terry Barrett 
American art critic, professor, university teacher and writer, born in 1945. He has been a visiting scholar in universities and art schools all around the world, in cities like Los Angeles, New York, Singapore or Amsterdam. He has wrote many books on the criticism and interpretation of modern art (Why Is It Art? and Criticizing Photographs, among others), he is also a journalist and editor of art magazines (Studies in Art Education, International Journal in Education and the Arts).
Terry Barret was a guest of the Camerimage Festival in 2015. He was a member of the Polish Films Competition jury. He was also a moderator of the meeting with Sandro Miller, whose project Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to Photographic Masters was exhibited in Toruń as a part of the festival. Terry Barret wrote an essay about the exhibition titled What Am I Looking At? published in the exhibition catalogue.



      Hermann Barth
German film expert and university lecturer, born in 1956 in Munich. Teaches history, film rhetoric, and documentary film theory at several German film schools, and universities. Since 1985, he has acted as consultant, and curator of the International Documentary Films Festival in Munich. Currently, he holds the position of creative director, and financial manager of the festival.
Hermann Barth attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2008, where he served on the jury of the Documentary Films Competition.



      Andrzej Bartkowiak
Polish cinematographer and director born in 1950 in Łódź. He has worked in Hollywood since the 1980s. His credits include such films as Prince of the City, The Verdict (both directed by Sidney Lumet), Terms of Endearment (by James L. Brooks), Prizzi's Honor (by John Huston), Speed (by Jan de Bont), The Mirror Has Two Faces (by Barbara Streisand), The Devil's Advocate (by Taylor Hackford), and Dante's Peak (by Roger Donaldson). He has directed Romeo Must Die and Exit Wounds.
Andrzej Bartkowiak has participated in several editions of the Festival so far. In 2006, he received the Special Award for the Polish Cinematographer for Immense Contribution to the Art of Film. At the 17th Festival, he sat the Music Videos Competition jury, and the following year, that of the Student Etudes Competition. The results of his collaboration with Joel Schumacher could be admired twice. In 1993, Falling Down was selected for the Main Competition, and in 2011, Trespass was presented during special screenings.



      John Bartley
American-Canadian cinematographer born in 1947 in Wellington in New Zealand. He is a member of CSC, ASC and ICG. His debut as a cinematographer in a feature was Beyond the Stars, directed by David Saperstein. He is a valued author of cinematography for TV series – he worked on such television hit series as Charlie’s Angels, The X-Files (he was nominated for the ASC Award three times and won the Primetime Emmy Award), Vikings and Lost.
John Bartley attended the Camerimage Festival in 2015. He chaired the First Look: TV Pilots Competition jury. 



      Samuel Bayer
Born in 1965 in upstate New York. Known primarily as a music video director, he has also worked on a number of commercials and the "Nightmare on Elm Street" series. His debut music video for the band Nirvana ("Smells Like Teen Spirit") became one of the most important videos in the history of music, launching Bayer's glittering professional career. He has worked with The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Lenny Kravitz, The Crannberries, Metallica, Justin Timberlake and Aerosmith. During the 21. edition of Camerimage International Film Festival, Samuel Bayer received the Award for Outstanding Achievements in the Field of Music Videos. He also led a music video masterclass.



      Affonso Beato
Brazilian cinematographer born in 1941, in Rio de Janeiro. Since the 1970s, he has been working in the USA. Member of the ASC, as well as the co-founder and president of the Brazilian Society of Cinematographers. His body of work encompasses numerous feature films, commercials, and short films. He has gained recognition thanks to his collaboration with Pedro Almodóvar on such films as All About My Mother (in 1999, he was nominated for the Goya Award for cinematography in this film), Live Flesh, and The Flower of My Secret, has won him international recognition. He has worked on Stephen Frears' The Queen, and Mike Newell's Love in the Time of Cholera.
Affonso Beato has participated in four editions of the Festival. In 2005, he was chairman of the Main Competition jury. In 2007 and 2014, he sat on the Polish Films Competition jury, and in 2010 the Directors' Debuts Film Competition jury. Films with his photography have often been nominated for the Golden Frog award. In 1999, All About My Mother was entered into the Main Competition, in 2006 it was The Queen, and in 2007 Love in the Time of Cholera.



      Dion Beebe
Australian cinematographer born in 1968, in Brisbane. Member of the ASC and the ACS, working in the USA and Australia. His cinematography for Rob Marshall's films has won him international acclaim. In 2003, he was nominated for the Academy Award for cinematography to Chicago, and in 2006, he won an Oscar for Memoirs of a Geisha. He has collaborated with the same director on Nine. He has also been responsible for cinematography in John Curran's Praise, Jane Campion's In the Cut, and Michael Mann's Collateral. Recipient of the BAFTA, ASC, and Satellite awards.
Dion Beebe has attended the Plus Camerimage Festival three times. In 2010, he sat the Main Competition jury. In 2003, he was nominated for the Golden Frog for In the Cut directed by Jane Campion.



      Raphael Beinder
German cinematographer, born in 1978 in Kempten. Graduate of Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin. His credits include such films as Grzegorz Muskała's My Father is Sleeping, Robert Anjari-Rossi's The Wolfchild, and Ana Felicia Scutelnicu's Backyard.
At the 2007 edition of the Plus Camerimage Festival, he was awarded Silver Tadpole for his cinematogrphy in My Father is Sleeping.



      Giora Bejach
Cinematographer, born in 1960 in HaHotrim kibbutz in Israel. As a student, he received the Israeli Film Academy award for Best Cinematography for his work on Etian Binon's short film For the Sake of Appearance. He has photographed feature films, television series, and music videos. He has been nominated for the Israeli Film Academy award several times for such films as The Debt (directed by Assaf Bernstein), and Comme ton père (by Marco Carmel). He has received two Ophir awards: for Out of Sight (directed by Daniel Sirkin), and Lebanon (by Samuel Maoz).
He participated in the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2009 and 2012. In 2009 he received the Golden Frog award for Lebanon, and three years later he served on the jury of the Directors` Debut Competition.



      Sławomir Bergański
Polish cinematographer. During his studies in the National Film School in Łódź he directed and shot such etudes as Anaesthesia, Kimeria or I am. He also did cinematographic work on Kilka prostych słów by Maciej Migas and Anna Kazejak, as well as on documentary film Obcey by Iwona Siekierzyńska.
Sławomir Bergański attended five editions of the Festival. In 2001 he was recognized with the Golden Tadpole award for his cinematography in his own etude Kimeria. At the 11th edition of the Camerimage Festival his Anaesthesia was selected to the Student Etudes Competition.



      Christian Berger
Austrian cinematographer, born in 1945 in Innsbruck. Nominated for an Oscar in 2010 for cinematography in Michael Heneke's The White Ribbon. That movie has also brought him the ASC Award. Berger has also collaborated with Heneke on such films as The Piano Teacher or Caché (Hidden). He is a lecturer at the film school in Vienna.
Christian Berger attended four editions of the Camerimage Festival. In 2010 and in 2015, he was on the jury of the Cinematographers' Debuts Competition, and during the 22nd edition he sat the Main Competition jury. He also conducted seminars for students. During the 9th edition of the Festival, The Piano Teacher with his cinematography was selected for the Main Competition. In 2010, The White Ribbon, and Caché (Hidden) with Berger's cinematography were screened as part of the Austrian cinema review. In 2015 his cinematography could be seen in Angelina Jolie's By The Sea, one of that year Special Screenings. 



      Ingmar Bergman
Swedish director and scriptwriter, born in 1918 in Uppsala. Considered one of the greatest filmmakers in the history of the cinema. A six-time Oscar nominee, winner of all major film festivals in the world, including those in Venice, Cannes, and Berlin. His best known films are Persona, Fanny and Alexander, Cries and Whispers, The Seventh Seal, and Wild Strawberries. His body of work encompassed several dozen films, mostly considered classics. Died in 2007.
Unfortunately Ingmar Bergman did not attend the Plus Camerimage Festival, but his films have been presented to the Festival audience, mostly thanks to Svenn Nykvist. They were both recognized with the Director-Cinematographer Duo of All Times. Bergman's films could be seen during their retrospective of 2006.



      Ester Martin Bergsmark
Swedish director and screenwriter, born in 1982 in Stockholm. For his documentary film “Maggie in Wonderland" he received The Guldbagge - Swedish Film Institute Award. His other internationally acclaimed documentary work titled “She Male Snails" was recognized with Nordic Vision Award and awarded at Goeteborg and Karlove Vary film festivals.
Ester Martin Bergsmark participated in the Camerimage festival in 2012. That year he won a Special Mention in the Feature Length Documentary Films Competition for “She Male Snails". In 2014 his feature debut Something Must Break was screened in the Directors' and Cinematographers' Debut Competitions. 



      Gabriel Beristain
Mexican cinematographer, born in 1955. Member of the BSC, and the ASC. He worked in Great Britain for many years, making commercials, documentary films, and feature films. Member of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA). Since the 1990s he has worked in the USA, creating cinematography for such films as David S. Goyer's Blade II, and Blade: Trinity, Franc Roddam's K2, and Carl Reiner's Fatal Instinct.
Gabriel Beristain has participated in the Plus Camerimage Festival twice. In 2008, he was on the Main Competition jury.



      Glauco Bermudez
Mexican cinematographer, and photographer, born in Mexico in 1982. Graduate of Photography Art Centre in Mexico, Bermudez studied cinematography at Concordia University in Montreal. He does camerawork for features, shorts, and documentary films, in Mexico, Canada, USA, France, and other locations. His films were screened at films festivals in Montreal, San Francisco, Toronto, and Cannes. He received awards at Sao Paulo, and Barcelona festivals. His body of work includes such pictures as Sudden flashes of light, La Cicatrice or Death Valley Superstar.
He has attended the Plus Camerimage Festival twice. In 2008 his camerawork in Ex-voto for Three Souls (dir. Diego Rivera Kohn) won him a Golden Frog in the Documentary Films Competition. At the 20th edition of the Plus Camerimage festival his cinematogaphy in The Scarf was presented in the Cinematographers` Debut Competition.



      Sheila Curran Bernard
American writer, screenwriter, documentary filmmaker, and media advisor. Author of Documentary storytelling, and Archival Storytelling (with Kenn Rabin). Winner of Emmy for the script for the documentary Eyes on the Prize, Bernard's body of work includes a Peabody Award. His scripts were selected for numerous international competitions, and festivals. She works for HBO, Lifetime, and PBS. Her filmography includes such productions as the series I`ll Make Me a World, or the documentary film screened at Sundance Slavery by Another Name. She conducts workshops, and seminars on creative writing, in Norway, Poland, USA, and other places. She cooperates with many universities, including Harvard, Berkeley, and Boston.
Sheila Curran Bernard attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2011, where she was on the jury of the Short Documentary Films Competition.



      Piotr Bernaś
Polish director, cinematographer, documentary filmmaker, photographer, born in 1973. Worked as a war journalist for Gazeta Wyborcza. Paparazzi brought him nominations for the European Film Award (Best Short Film), Polish Short Films Competition Award at the New Horizons Festival and the Polish Short Films Competition Award at the Two Shores Festival in Kazimierz Dolny. The same film also won him a Special Award in the international film competition at the Krakow Film Festival.
In 2011, at the Plus Camerimage Festival, he and Łukasz Żal earned the Grand Prix in the Short Films Competition for Paparazzi.



      Renato Berta
Swiss cinematographer, born in 1945 in Bellinzona. Winner of the César award for cinematography in Louis Malle's Au revoir les enfants (1987). He also received the Italian David di Donatello award for his work on Noi credavamo (directed by Mario Martone). Initially working with Italian and Swiss directors (e.g. Daniel Schmid), since moving to Paris in the 1980s, he has collaborated with the most prominent French filmmakers, including Alain Resnais (Smoking, No Smoking), and Louis Malle.
Renato Berta attended the Camerimage Festival in 2004, as a member of the Main Competition jury. Smoking, No Smoking with his cinematography was selected for the Main Competition in 1994. At the 16th Plus Camerimage Festival, Renato Berta's cinematography could be admired in some of Manoel de Oliviera's films presented during the Portuguese director's retrospective: Voyage to the Beginning of the World, Magic Mirror, and Anxiety.



      Bernardo Bertolucci
Italian director, and screenwriter, born in 1941 in Parma. Winner of two Oscars - for best script, and best direction of The Last Emperor. The list of his accolades includes two Oscar nominations, and a BAFTA, Golden Globe, a jury award at Berlin Festival, the Italian David di Donatello Award, and many other prestigious distinctions, and nominations. His filmography includes such pictures as The Conformist, Last Tango in Paris, Little Buddha, Stealing Beauty, The Dreames, or Besieged. He directed over twenty films, that gained international praise.
Though he didn't visit the Plus Camerimage personally, Bernardo Bertolucci has won two Festival awards. In 1997, he received the Award for the Director with Special Visual Sensitivity. That year, together with Vittorio Storaro, who received the statuette, Bertolucci was distinguished with the Award for Duo: Director - Cinematographer. In 1994, a retrospective of his works, includes films such as Nineteen Hundred, The Conformist, The Last Emperor, Little Buddha, or Last Tango in Paris was organized. His Stealing Beauty was featured in the Main Competition at the 4th edition of the Festival.



      Jan Betke 
German cinematographer, a member of the German Society of Cinematographers  BVK and the German Documentary Assocition (AG Dok). He collaborated with such cinematographers as Franz Rath and Henning Stegmüller and such directors as Margarethe von Trotta, Peter Heller or Rainer Kaufman. He has supervised a number of workshops about camerawork on documentary film in various destination, including Mali, where he also shot a couple of his films.
Jan Betke attended the Camerimage Festival in 2015. He was a member of the Documentary Features Competition jury.



      Paul Bettany 
British actor, born in 1971 in London. In 2004 he was nominated for the BAFTA Award for his role in Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World, directed by Peter Weir. He became internationally famous after his roles in such films as A Beautiful Mind and The Da Vinci Code, both directed by Ron Howard, Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck’s Tourist, Wally Pfister’s Transcendence, Jean-Marc Vallee’s Young Victoria and Scott Stewart’s Legion. In 2014 he directed his first own film titled Shelter.
Paul Bettany attended the Camerimage Festival in 2015. His film Shelter was screened as a part of the Director’s Debut Competition.


      Bartosz Bieniek 
Polish cinematographer, born in 1980 in Gdynia. A student of Lodz Film School and the Faculty of Radio and Television Faculty of the University of Silesia in Katowice. As a cinematographer he has worked on numerous polish productions, both feature films and documentaries, such as “Traffic Department” and “Gods”(picture by Piotr Sobociński Jr.). His work also includes TV series and short films. 
Bartosz Bieniek attended the festival several times. Form his cinematography in “Święto zmarłych” he was awarded with a special prize, founded by Mastershot Film School and Polish Film Institute and in 2015 the film “America” with his cinematography won the Golden Tadpole in Student Etudes Competition.



      Theo Bierkens
Dutch cinematographer, born in 1969. One of the founders and former president of the Dutch Society of Cinematographers (NSC). He has worked on such films as Am I Beautiful?, and Dying to Go Home. In 1991, he was recognized as the best cinematographer at the Chicago Film Festival.
He has attended the Camerimage Festival four times. In 1999, he was member of the Main Competition jury. In 1998, he was one of the instructors of student cinematography workshops. In 2006, the Festival audience had a chance to see Impossibly Yours with Theo Bierkens' cinematography during the European Cinema Review. In 2007, the Benelux Cinema Review featured two films with his cinematography: The Discovery of Heaven, and The Preacher.



      Barbara Bilińska
Polish journalist, born in 1967 in Płońsk. She began her career in Polish Radio, and moved to TVP (Polish National Television) in the 1990s. Later on, she held the position of deputy programme director of TVP2. Since 2007, she has been working for Discovery in the capacity of programme manager (at first, in the Polish region, presently - the whole Central Europe). Both in TVP, and Discovery, she has dealt with production and promotion of documentary films.
Barbara Bilińska attended two editions of the Plus Camerimage Festival. On both of these occasions, in 2009 and 2010, she was on the jury of the Feature Length Documentary Films Competition.



      Weronika Bilska
Polish cinematographer, born in 1983 in Wrocław. She graduated from University of Silesia's Faculty of Radio and Television, and finished a course in documentary filmmaking at Wajda School. Winner of numerous awards, including the “Warto" Award granted by Gazeta Wyborcza, Kodak Award at Advertising Videos Student Festival, or jury award at “OFF jak gorąco" Independent Cinema Festival. Her filmography encompasses both documentary films, and commercials, as well as feature etudes, including Whistle, Nasza zima zła (Bad Winter), Portier z hotelu Mewa (Porter from Mewa Hotel), 7109 km, or Warszawianka (Varsovian).
Weronika Bilska participated in four editions of the Plus Camerimage Festival. In 2007, she received OSRAM's “Light for Art" Award. In 2009, she was awarded a Golden Tadpole, and Polish Filmmakers Association Award for her camerawork in Marcin Maziarzewski's etude Dirty Words.



      Peter Biziou
British cinematographer, born in 1944 in Wales. Member of the BSC. He has won an Oscar for Mississippi Burning directed by Alan Parker, with whom he collaborated on Pink Floyd The Wall and Bugsy Malone. His credits include such films as Peter Weir's The Truman Show, Richard Loncraine's Richard III, Roland Joffe's City of Joy, and Adrian Lyne's Unfaithful. He has also collaborated with Terry Gilliam, and is the author of cinematography for Life of Brian. Another Country has earned him a Golden Palm at the Cannes Film Festival.
Peter Biziou participated in the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2010, when he was member of the Main Competition jury. His cinematography for Richard III competed for the Golden Frog award in 1996. The Festival audience could admire the effects of his collaboration with Alan Parker during the 2008 retrospective review of this British director.



      Sebastian Blenkov
Danish cinematographer, born in 1972 in Århus. He graduated from the Danish Film School in Copenhagen. Two-time recipient of the Danish Robert award for his cinematography in Kenneth Kainz's Pure hearts, and Anders Thomas Jensen's The green butchers. His cinematographic output includes such films as Henrik Ruben Genz's Excuse me or Pernille Fischer Christensen's Dancer. The project he has worked on include shorts, documentaries, and TV series. He is also a photographer.
Sebastian Blenkov attended the Camerimage Festival in 2005. That year, Jacob Thuesen's Accused, photographed by him, were selected for the Main Competition. At the 8th edition of the Festival, he was awarded a Bronze Tadpole for his camerawork in Kenneth Kainz's etude A rare bird.



      Richard Bluck 
New Zealand cinematographer. As a camera and Steadicam operator he has been working on many international productions, including such hits as The Lord of the Rings trilogy or The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey by Peter Jackson, Avatar by James Cameron or Master and Commander: The Far side of the World by Peter Weir. His credits as a DoP include Black Sheep by Jonathan King or Second Hand Wedding by Paul Murphy. He was also responsible for the visual side of the 3D documentary film „Beyond the Edge” by Leanne Polley.  
Richard Bluck attended the Camerimage Festival in 2014 for the first time. That year he was awarded with Grand Prix of the 3D Films Competition for his cinematography in documentary film „Beyond the Edge”. 



      Jacek Bławut
Polish director, screenwriter and cinematographer, born in 1950 in Zagórze Śląskie. Graduate of the famous Lodz Film School in Poland. Member of the European Film Academy. He was a lecturer at film schools in Berlin, Hanover and Warsaw. He also teaches at Wajda Film School. As a cinematographer he has collaborated with Marek Koterski (“The Day of a Freak") and Krzysztof Kieślowski (“Decalogue X"), he has also shot many of his own documentary films. His body of work as a director include both features and documentaries, such as “Man at War", “The Warrior", “Your Native Country" or “Before the Twilight". The last of the aforementioned films was recognized with the Silver Lions as well as with Golden Duck and Eagle Award nominations. He was also awarded at Krakow and Gdynia Film Festivals.
Jacek Bławut has attended two editions of the Plus Camerimage festival. In 2012 “Loneliness of Sound" with his cinematography received The Special Mention in the Short Documentary Films Competition. The same year his “Man at War" was featured in the Feature Length Documentary Films Competition. His films “Kostka cukru" (“A Cube of Sugar") and “The Abnormal" were screened in 2008 as part of the Milestones of Polish Artistic Documentary Films review. During the same edition his film “Before the Twilight" was selected for the Polish Film Competition.



      Sean Bobbitt
British cinematographer, born in 1958 in Corpus Christi, USA. Member of the BSC. He has worked with Steve McQueen on Shame, and Hunger. Nominated for the Emmy Award for his cinematography in the Sense and Sensibility television series. His body of work encompasses over a dozen feature films and numerous television productions. In 2013 he received an Oscar nomination for his cinematography in McQueen`s Tvelwe Years a Slave.
Sean Bobbitt has participated in five editions of the Festival so far. In 2011, he was member of the Main Competition jury, and in 2013 he was in the jury of Polish Films Competition. He has also run the ARRI workshops several times. The films made by the duet Sean Bobbitt-Steve McQueen was selected for the Main Competition twice - in 2011 it was Shame and in 2013 - Tvelwe Years a Slave. During the 19th edition the festival audience also saw his work in Tanya Wexler's Hysteria.



      Magdalena Boczarska 
Polish film and stage actress, born 1978 in Cracow. She graduated from the Academy for the Dramatic Arts in Cracow. She has worked in Teatr Nowy in Łódź and Teatr Narodowy in Warsaw. Her big screen debut was a comedy by Konecki and Saramonowicz titled Testosteron, but the real popularity came with Little Rose directed by Jan Kidawa-Błoński, in which she played the lead. The role brought her the Golden Lion for Best Actress at the Gdynia Film Festival and a number of other awards and nominations. She also played in such films as How to Get Rid of Cellulite by Andrzej Saromonowicz, W Ukryciu by Jan Kidawa-Błoński and popular Polish TV series titled Days of Honor.
Magdalena Boczarska attended the Camerimage Festival in 2015. She was a member of the Student Etudes Competition jury.



      Nicolas Bolduc
Canadian cinematographer, born in 1973 in Montreal. He works both in short and features films. His credits include such films as “War Witch" and “City of Shadows" by Kim Nguyen, “Fatal" by Michael Youna, “Die" by Dominic James or “Eve and the Fire Horse" by Julia Kwan.
Nicolas Bolduc attended the Plus Camerimage festival in 2012. That year he received the Golden Frog award for his cinematography in “War Witch".



       Magnus Borge
Norwegian cinematographer, born in 1980 in Oslo. Graduate of the Cinematography Department at PWSFTviT in Łódź. His credits include short, commercial, feature and documentary work for which he received several prizes and nominations.
He has, so far, attended six editions of the Festival. In 2008 his etude "Ballard's Land" earned him a nomination in the Student Etudes Competition and in 2012, he was awarded the Bronze Tadpole for his cinematography in Magnus von Horn's "Without Snow". His cinematography in Kebab&Horoscope was presented in Polish Films Competition during the 22nd edition of the Festival. 



      Russell Boyd
Australian cinematographer born in 1944, in Victoria. Winner of the Best Cinematography Academy Award for his work on Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World, directed by Peter Weir. He has received numerous Australian Film Institute awards. A long-term collaborator of Peter Weir, with whom he made such films as Picnic at Hanging Rock (he received the BAFTA award for Best Cinematography), Gallipoli, The Last Wave, and The Year of Living Dangerously. He has also worked with other Australian filmmakers, including Peter Faiman (Crocodile Dundee), and Stephen Wallace (Prisoners of the Sun). He has also worked in the US, making such films as Dr. Dolittle (directed by Betty Thomas), Ghost Rider (by Mark Johnson), and Forever Young (by Steve Miner). His body of work encompasses a total of several dozen feature films.
Russell Boyd participated in the Camerimage Festival in 2003. He received the Cinematographer-Director Duo award for his collaboration with Peter Weir. Their film, Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World, was selected for the Main Competition that year. Russell Boyd's cinematography has also been presented during special screenings. In 1998, it was Dr. Dolittle, and next year, The Year of Living Dangerously.



      Klaus Maria Brandauer
Austrian actor, born in 1944 in Bad Aussee. Gained world-wide renown as a theatre actor, performing on German and Austrian stages. The international audience had a chance to see him in István Szabó's Mephisto, which won him a BAFTA Award for Most Outstanding Newcomer to Leading Film Roles. His credits include Never Say Never Again, Hanussen, Quo Vadis?, The French Revolution, White Fang, and Tetro. Earned acclaim with his supporting role in Out of Africa, a performance that won him a Golden Globe, as well as Oscar and BAFTA nominations. He also tried his hand at directing, creating, among others, Seven Minutes.
He attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2011, where he received the Special Award to an Actor with Unique Visual Sensitivity. The Festival audience could see him in Colonel Redl, Hanussen, Manipulation (retrospective of the Szabó-Koltai duo, 2005) or Manipulation (special screenings, 2011).



      Karl Erik Brøndbo
Cinematographer. Tuba Atlantic with his cinematography was nominated for Oscar for Best Short Film, Live Action. His portfolio includes commercials and music videos, e.g. So Hot (DU), Dance All Night With You (Sissy Wish), and Norsk Dansk (Sprutbass).
Attended the Camerimage Festival in 2011, where he received the award for Best Cinematography in a Music Video for DU's So Hot.



      Dirk Brüel  
Danish cinematographer, born in 1942 in Kopenhagen. He is the author of the cinematography in several dozen films, both TV and features, mostly produced in Denmark. He collaborated with the most notable Danish directors. His work includes, among others, several films directed by Bille August, such as Honeymoon, Return to sender, Marie Krøyer, and Silent Heart. He also gained recognition for his work in such films as Spring Tide, (dir. Eddie Thomas Petersen), The Magnetist's Fifth Winter (dir. Morten Henriksen) and Lost Generation” (dir. Charlotte Sachs Bostrup). Two-times Robert Award winner, the award given by the Danish Film Institute.
Dirk Brüel attended the Camerimage Festival for the first time in 1999. In the 23rd edition in 2015 he was a member of the Cinematographer’s Debut Competition jury. The film Silent Heart (dir. Bille August) with his cinematography was screened as a part of the Baltic Sea Region Cinema Review.



      Piotr Bucki 
Polish coach, marketing researcher, blogger and writer. He works in marketing and research & development, he is a certified social intelligence coach. He is a teacher at the WSB University, at the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology and at the University of Gdansk. He supports many online businesses and  enterprises, e.g. Travel World Passport and publishes in number of magazines on psychology and lifestyle, such as Charaktery and Dolce Vita.
Piotr Bucki attened the Camerimage Festival in 2015. He was a member of the Advertising Spots Competition. He also conducted a workshop on advertisement creation, connected to the competition.


      Ryszard Bugajski 
Polish film and TV director and screenwriter, born in 1943 in Warsaw. Graduate of Warsaw University Faculty of Philosophy, and the Direction Department at the National Film School in Łódź. His feature debut was „A Woman and a Woman”, a film representing the cinema of moral concern. His most recognized film is „Interrogation”, the distribution of which was strictly forbidden by the communist regime in the middle 80’s in Poland. In 1985 he decided to emigrate to Canada, where he directed many episodes of popular TV series, such as „Alfred Hitchcock presents”. After returning to Poland he directed such films as „Generał Nil” or „The Closed Circuit”. His credits also include many documentaries and TV dramas. For „Interrogation” he received the awards at MFF in Gdynia and Golden Duck Award. He also received several civilian distinctions, such as  the Commander's Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta, and the Gloria Artis Gold Medal for Contributions to Polish Culture.
Ryszard Bugajski attended the Camerimage Festival in 2014 and 2016. During his first stay he was one of the Main Competition Jurors, and one of the special events that year was a screening of his „Interrogation”. In 2016 Polish Films Competion featured his film Blindness. 


      Don Burgess
American cinematographer, born in 1956 in Santa Monica. Nominated for Oscar, BAFTA, and ASC awards for his cinematographic work on Robert Zemeckis' Forrest Gump. Burgess collaborated with this director on such films as Cast Away, and Contact. His credits include Billy Crystal's Forget Paris, Sam Raimi's Spider-Man, or Doug Liman's The Bourne Identity. In his career, Burgess has photographed more than 40 American films.
Don Burgess attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2009, where he served on the jury of Student Etudes Competition.


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      Paul Cameron
Canadian cinematographer, born in 1958 in Montreal. Member of ASC. Winner of the BAFTA Award and Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for his cinematography in “Collateral" by Michael Mann. His credits include also “Man on Fire" and “Deja Vu" by Tony Scott, “Total Recall" by Len Wiseman or “Dead Man Down" by Niels Arden Oplov. His cinematography in Tonny Scott`s “Beat the Devil" was screened in New York`s Museum of Contemporary Arts.
Paul Cameron participated in the 20th and 24th edition of the Camerimage festival. In 2012 he was member of the Polish Films Competition jury. His cinematography in Malcolm Venville`s “Henry`s Crime" was presented as part of the special screenings in 2010. In 2016 his cinematography in "Westworld: The Original" was shown in TV Pilots Competition, and Cameron himself led the workshops for cinematographers. 



      Louis-Philippe Capelle
Belgian cinematographer, born in 1956 in Léopoldville. He has collaborated with Belgian and French directors. His body of work encompasses over a dozen feature films and television productions. He has worked with such filmmakers as Alain Tasma, Olivier Smolders, Marie-France Collard, and Olivier Peray.
Louis-Philippe Capelle has participated in six editions of the Camerimage Festival. In 2005, he received the Bronze Frog award for his work on Black Night, directed by Olivier Smolders. He has also acted as juror four times. In 2006, he served on the jury of the Polish Films Competition, in 2007 that of Nokia Mobile Movie Competition, and in 2009 and 2016 the Documentary Feature Films Competition.



      Peter Cargin
British film critic. Hi is deputy chairman of British Federation of Film Societies. For many years, he has worked for the British Film Institute. Member of BAFTA, and two international critics associations - Fedora, and The Critics` Circle. Cargin is also secretary of the British branch of FIPRESCI, and publisher of Film magazine. He was on the jury of numerous prestigious film festivals, including Cannes, Berlin, Venice or Pula.
Peter Cargin attended the Camerimage Festival in 1997, where he was on the jury of the Main Competition.



      Rick Carter
American productions designer, born in 1952 in Los Angeles. He began his career in film as a member of the art department, and very soon became an independent production designer, working with such recognized directors as Steven Spielberg, James Cameron or Robert Zemeckis. His production designs include Jurassic Park, Forrest Gump, Cast Away, A.I. Artificial Intelligence, Avatar or Lincoln. Several times Oscar nominee, he has won the Academy Award for his work in Avatar and Lincoln. He was also recognized with several BAFTA awards as well as with many other prestigious prizes.
Rick Carter attended the 21st edition of the Camerimage festival, where he received the Special Camerimage Award for Production Designer with Unique Visual Sensitivity.



      Walter Carvalho
Brazilian cinematographer born in 1947, in João Pessoa. His credits include several dozen films, mostly South American. He has collaborated with such filmmakers as Walter Salles, and Héctor Babenco.
Walter Carvalho has participated in three editions of the Camerimage Festival so far. In 1998, he won the Golden Frog award for his work on Central Station, directed by Walter Salles. His cinematography in Behind the Sun (directed by Walter Salles) was selected for the Main Competition in 2002. In 2004, the Festival audience could see Carandiru (directed by Héctor Babenco) with his cinematography.



      Lorenzo Castore
Italian photographer, filmmaker and writer, born in 1973 in Florence.Represented by Agence/Galerie VU'. As a photographer he has been working in Europe, USA, India and Cuba. Winner of the Mario Giacomelli Award and Leica European Publishers` Award. He has published two books: “Nero" and “Paradiso". His film debut was a documentary “No Peace Without War" presented on Vision du Reel Film Festival in Nyon, Switzerland.
Lorenzo Castore attended the Plus Camerimage festival in 2012 and 2013. During his first visit together with Adam Cohen he received the Golden Frog in Short Documentary Films Competition for “No Peace Without War". The year after he was a member of the Short Documentary Films Competition jury.



      Carlos Catalan Alucha
Spanish cinematographer, born in 1978. He studied in Escola Superior de Cinema i Audiovisuals de Catalunya n Barcelona and the British National Film and Television School. His credits include such films as Third Star by Hattie Dalton, Lucky by Chance and Running with the Bulls by Zoya Akhtar or Song of Marion by Paul Andrew Williams.
Carlos Catalan Alucha has attended nine editions of the Camerimage festival. In 2001 he received a Silver Tadpole award for his cinematography in Marc Monje`s etude Prey. In 2014 his cinematography in Richard Raymonds' Desert Dancer was presented in the Main Competition.



      Jim Chabin 
American producer and 3D expert. He is the chairman of the International 3D and Advanced Imaging Society, and was also the president of Academy of Television Arts and Science, which awards Emmy. He is the organizer and producer of many international film events in the US and around the world. 
Jim Chabin attended the Camerimage Festival in 2014 and 2015, as a chairman of the 3D Films Competition jury. 



      Dorota Chamczyk
Polish producer, screenwriter and documentary film director. She graduated from the Theatre Studies Department at the Jagiellonian University and Film Production Department at the National Film School in Łódź. As a journalist she collaborated with a number of Polish theatre magazines. Working for the Kraków branch of Polish Television, she was in charge of theatrical productions. Later on she served as deputy director of the TVN Feature Production Department until 2011. Dorota Chamczyk has attended four editions of the Camerimage Festival so far. In 2013 she sat on the jury of the Advertising Spots Competition, and the year later she was among the jurors of Directors' Debuts Competition. During the 22nd edition she was also one of the Talent Demo experts. In 2015 she was among the jurors of the newly established First Look: TV Pilots Competition. 



      Caroline Champetier
French cinematographer, born in 1954 in Paris. Member of AFC. For her cinematography in “Of Gods and Men" by Xavier Beauvois she received The César Award and European Film Award nomination. Her body of work encompasses several dozen films, such as “Terror's Advocate" by Barbet Schroeder, "The Young Lieutenant" by Xavier Beauvois, “Promised Land" by Amos Gitai or “Alice and Martin" by Andre Tachine.
Caroline Champetier has attended two editions of the Plus Camerimage festival. In 2012 she received the Silver Frog award for her cinematography in Leos Carax`s “Holy Motors".



      Gu Changwei
Chinese cinematographer, born in 1957 in Xi`an. He began his career by working with Chinese directors, such as Chen Kaige or Zhang Yimu. Since 1990s he has worked also in the USA, shooting such films as The Gingerbred Man by Robert Altman, All the Invisible Children by Spike Lee or Autumn in New York by Joan Chen.
Gu Changwei attended the Camerimage festival in 1994. The year before he was awarded with the Silver Frog award for his cinematography in Farewell My Concubine by Chen Kaige.



      Michael Chapman
American cinematographer, born in 1935 in Wellesley. Nominated for the Academy Award for The Fugitive directed by Andrew Davis. He has collaborated with Martin Scorsese on The Last Waltz and Raging Bull. In 2003, American Society of Cinematographers recognized him with the Lifetime Achievement Award. Chapman has also worked as an actor and director.
Michael Chapman has attended the Camerimage Festival five times already. In 2004, he chaired the Student Etudes Competition jury, and in 2006 he was a member of the Main Competition jury. In 2008 and 2010, he also evaluated the films selected for the Documentary Films Competition. In 2016 he was distinguished with the Camerimage Lifetime Achievement Award. 



      César Charlone
Brazilian cinematographer of Uruguayan origin, born in 1958 in Montevideo. He studied in Sao Paulo. Initially worked on commercials and documentary films. In the 1980s he lectured at the International Film School in Cuba. He has collaborated with director Fernando Meirelles, creating City of God. This film brought him the Academy Award nomination in 2004.
César Charlone has attended the Festival four times so far. He has received the Festival award twice: in 2003, he won the Golden Frog for his work on City of God, and in 2007, he won the Silver Frog for Blindness (both directed by Fernando Meirelles). He has also acted as juror. At the 13th edition of the Festival, he sat the Main Competition jury, and in 2007, he evaluated films selected for the Polish Film Competition.



      Rémy Chevrin
French cinematographer, born in 1963. President of the French Association of Cinematographers. His movies were selected for César, and competed at Locarno, and San Sebastian film festivals. The list of films with his cinematography includes François Dupeyron's Monsiuer Ibrahim, David and Stephane Foenkinos' Delicacy or Christophe Honoré's Love Songs.
Remy Chevrin attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2008, where he served on the jury of the Polish Films Competition.



      Juraj Chlpik
Slovak cinematographer, born in 1976 in Bratislava. Graduate of Film and Television School of Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava. His cinematographic work on The Last Bus brought him Grand Prix at Stuttgart Film Festival. His camerawork in Dům (dir. Zuzana Liová) won him a nomination for the British Film Institute award, and a distinction at Palm Springs IFF. His output encompasses many advertising videos for well-known brands, e.g. Gucci, O2, McDonalds, Orange, Coca-Cola, or Skoda Auto. He also did camerawork on several music videos.
Juraj Chlpik attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2009, where he was distinguished in the Feature Length Documentary Films Competition for his cinematography in Blind Loves (dir. Juraj Lehotsky).



      Alain Choquart
Cinematographer, born in 1960. Collaborated with Bertrand Tavernier on films such as L.627, Fresh Bait, Captain Conan, It All Starts Today, Holy Lola, and John Berry on Boesman and Lena, Captive in The Land. His output includes short films, series, commercials, and music videos created in collaboration with Serg Gainsbourg, Enki Bilal, or Alain Fraichet.
He attended the Camerimage Festival in 2004, where he was on the jury of the Student Etudes Competition. At the 12th edition of the Festival, Holy Lola, containing his cinematography, was shown during special screenings.



      Paweł Chorzępa
Polish cinematographer, born in 1981 in Rzeszów. Graduate of the University of Silesia in Katowice. His first widely acclaimed works were student etudes - for his cinematography in “Last Train" by Weronika Tofilska received an award at Open St. Petersburg Students Film Festival “Beginning", whereas “Another Day" by Tofilska brought him the Kodak Award at the Polish Films Festival in Los Angeles. Awarded also in Leipzig or Nyon, among others. He often shoots documentaries - his credits include “Mój dom" by Magdalena Szymków, “Decrescendo" and “Kawałek lata" by Marta Minorowicz or “Krajobraz nizinny z kołyską" by Arkadiusz Biedrzycki, among others.
Paweł Chorzępa has participated in eight editions of the Camerimage festival. In 2012, together with Jacek Bławut, he received The Special Mention in the Short Documentary Films Competition for “Loneliness of Sound". Two other films with his cinematography : “Kawałek lata" and “Decrescendo" were featured in the Short Documentary Films Competition in 2010 and 2011. Both “Last Train" (in 2010) and “Another Day" (in 2008) were selected for the Student Etudes Competition. The 24th edition of the festival featured two films with his cinematography: "Polonaise" in Documentary Short Films Competion and "ZUD" among Documentary Features. 



      Joan Churchill
American cinematographer, director, and producer. Her numerous collaborations with Nick Broomfield include such films as Juvenile Liaison, Soldier Girls, Tattooed Tears, Aileen: Life & Death of a Serial Killer, and Emmy-winning series American High, and The Residents. Her body of work encompasses such productions as Punishment Park, Gimme Shelter, Pumping Iron, and documentaries Kurt&Courtney, Biggie&Tupac, The Dixie Chicks: Shut Up & Sing. Her films won nominations for Sundance Award or the European Film Award.
She attended the Camerimage Festival in 2011 for the first time. She was on the jury of the Short Documentary Films Competition. Who Needs Sleep?, which she photographed, was presented as part of the special screenings in 2006. In 2013 Joan Churchill was awarded with the Camerimage Lifetime Achievement Award for Documentary Filmmaking. She was also the president of the Feature Length Documentary Films Competition jury. The same position she held also in 2015. 



      Bartek Cierlica
Polish cinematographer, born in 1985 in Warsaw. Graduate of the Cinematography Department at PWSFTviT in Łódź, and FAMU in Prague. He works on feature films, documentaries, commercials, and music videos. His credits include such films as Mojca Tirs' Terra Rosa, Krzysztof Pietroszek's Agape, Borys Lankosz's Obcy VI. He directed, and did camerawork on the etude Gravediggers, which won him an Independent Short Films Competition Award at Two Shores Festival, and a nomination for Polish Short Films Competition at New Horizons Festival. His achievements include a KODAK Award for his cinematography in a commercial.
He has attended the Festival nine times. In 2008, his etude Gravediggers won him a Silver Tadpole.



      Michael Cimino
American director and screenwriter, born in 1939 in New York. He won international acclaim for The Deerhunter, a film for which he received the Academy Award for Best Director in 1979. He has also directed such films as Year of the Dragon and Heaven's Gate.
Michael Cimino attended the Camerimage Festival in 2000. He was chairman of the Main Competition jury, and Student Etudes Competition. That year, The Sicilian was presented during a special screening. In 1997, Heaven's Gate with Vilmos Zsigmond's cinematography was presented as part of the Hungarian cinematographer's retrospective.



      Jim Clark
British editor, born in 1931 in Boston. Winner of an Academy Award for Best Editing for Roland Joffe's Killing Fields, nominated for Oscar Mission by the same director. In 2005, the American Cinema Editors society granted him a lifetime achievement award. His body of work encompasses such films as Mike Leigh's Vera Drake, Richard Loncraine's The Gathering Storm, John Schlesinger's Marathon Man István Szabó's Meeting Venus.
Jim Clark attended the Camerimage Festival in 2006. He was on the jury of the Student Etudes Competition. He also conducted film editing workshop. Martha Fiennes' Onegin edited by Clark was selected for the Main Competition in 2000.



      Manuel Alberto Claro
Chilean cinematographer, born in 1970 in Santiago. The list of directors he collaborated with includes Christoffer Boe (Reconstruction, Everything Will Be Fine), Dagur Kari (Dark Horse), Erik Gandini (Videocracy), Lars von Trier (Melancholy). His camerawork for Melancholy won him European Film Award, and Robert - Danish Academy of Film Award. He also received Amanda (Norwegian IFF Award) for Maria Sødahl's Limbo and a Robert for Christoffer Boe's za Allegro.
Manuel Alberto Claro attended five editions of the Festival. His cinematography in Reconstruction won him a Bronze Frog in 2004 in the Main Competition, and the Frog of Frogs in 2007. Films he worked on were featured in the Main Competition, Directors' Debut Competition, and the Danish Cinema Review in 2006. Claro was on the jury of the Polish Films Competition (2006), the Student Etudes Competition (2001), and the Main Competition (2014). 



      Murray Close
British photographer. Specializing in film photography, Close collaborated with such figures as Clint Eastwood or Steven Spielberg. Begin his career by working on Stanley Kubrick's The Shining. Studied photography in Los Angeles and Prague. One of the pioneers of digital photography. Recognized with several prestigious exhibitions, e.g. in London.
Murray Close attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2007, where he was on the jury of Student Etudes Competition. He also took pictures of Festival guests.



      Lorenzo Codelli
Italian film critic, film expert, and publicist. He contributes to numerous European film magazines, such as Positif, International Film Guide, or Urania. He also wrote the screenplay for the documentary The Nine Lives of Korean Cinema. Codelli has wrote and translated books about history and the most eminent figures of world cinema. He also holds the position of Cannes festival advisor.
Lorenzo Codelli attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2009, where he served on the jury of Student Etudes Competition.



      Joel and Ethan Coen
American directors, producers, and scriptwriters. The elder of two brothers, Joel, was born in 1954, and the younger, Ethan, in 1957. They come from Minneapolis, Minnesota. They are one of the most recognized and critically acclaimed American filmmakers. Nominated for the Academy Awards several times, they have won Oscars for Fargo (Best Screenplay) and No Country for Old Men (Best Director, Best Screenplay). They have also received many other distinctions, such as the Golden Palm and the Golden Globe awards. Their best-known films, beside the ones recognized with Oscars, are The Big Lebowski, The Man Who Wasn't There, O Brother, Where Art Thou?, and Barton Fink.
At the 2001 Camerimage Festival, Joel Coen received the Polish Film Award given by the Prime Minister of the Republic of Poland. Both brothers, together with Roger Deakins, have been recognized with the Special Award to a Team for Outstanding Achievements in the field of the Art of Cinematography. Roger Deakins, who was present at the Festival, claimed the award on behalf of the whole team. The Coen brothers' films have been featured in several editions of the Festival, in World Panorama cycle, and special screenings.



      Adam Cohen
Adam Cohen is a New York City born Filmmaker and Photographer. His films have been screened around the world at numerous museums and festivals including Metropolitan Museum of Art NYC, Rotterdam Film Festival, Sao Paolo Museum of Image and Sound, London Film Festival, Oberhausen Short Film Festival, The Dia Center for the Arts, and the Whitney Museum NYC. His films have been screened on the Sundance Channel, WDR TV Germany and Public Broadcasting Service-USA.
In addition his print work has been exhibited at various institutions including Gallery Vu Paris, L'Espace Photo St. Cyprien Toulouse France and the FNAC Galleries throughout Italy. At the 20th edition of the Plus Camerimage festival Adam Cohen, together with Lorenzo Castore, was awarded with the Golden Frog award in the Short Documentary Films Competition for his film No Peace without War.



      Martin Coppen
British-American cinematographer, born in East England and is currently living in Los Angeles. He has been working in the music and film business since the 1970s and eventually became one of the most wanted gaffers and cinematographers working on music videos. He made music videos for the most popular artists in the music business, such as Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Metallica, Jay Z, Kylie Minogue, Seal, Will Smith or Christina Aguilera. He is also an acclaimed author of cinematography for commercials.
Martin Coppen has attended the Camerimage Festival three times. In 2009 he was a Music Videos Competition jury member, a year later – a member of Cinematographers Debut Competition jury and in 2015 he chaired the Music Videos Competition jury. That year he also received the Award for Outstanding Achievements in the Field of Music Videos and conducted a workshop on music videos: Music Videos: The Master Class Series.



      Anton Corbijn
Dutch photographer, cinematographer, and director. Born in 1955 in Strijen. He started his career as a photographer for Vogue and Rolling Stone Magazine. He has gained recognition as music video director - having created clips for such artists as U2, Nirvana, Depeche Mode, Metallica, and Brian Adams. He has also directed documentary and feature films, such as Control (2007), and a 2010 thriller The American, starring George Clooney.
Anton Corbijn participated in the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2007. He was recognized with the Special Award for Director for Exceptional Achievements in the Field of Music Videos. Control, a film he directed, was selected for the Main Competition in 2007.



      Midge Costin
American sound editor and university lecturer. She is the Kay Rose Professor in the Art of Dialogue & Sound Editing at University of South California. Two of the films, Tony Scott's Crimson Tide and Michael Bay's Armageddon, for which she edited effects and dialogue, received Academy Award nominations for Sound Editing. Several of the films Costin has sound edited have received nominations for the Motion Picture Sound Editors' Golden Reel Award. She also worked on such films as Kenneth Branagh's Dead Again, David Wolper's Imagine: John Lennon, or Tony Scott's Days of Thunder.
Midge Costin attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2010, where she was on the jury of the Feature Length Documentary Films Competition.



      Rolf Coulanges
German cinematographer, screenwriter, director, and lecturer, born in 1945. Works in Hochschule der Medien in Stuttgart, member of bvk. Creator of numerous documentary films, his interests lie chiefly in economic, and political issues, as well as the cultures of South America, Africa, Asia, and history of music. His credits include such documentaries as Elvis, Reggae Music, or Sacy Perere. The last of the aforementioned films won him an award at the London Film Festival. Coulanges has also done camerawork for features, e.g. Harald Bergmann's Scardanella, and experimental films.
Rolf Coulanges attended the Camerimage Festival three times so far. In 2006 he was on the jury of the Student Etudes Competition, and in 2012 he served on the jury of the Feature Length Documentary Films Competition. In 2015 he was among the jurors of the Documentary Short Films Competition.



      Joel Cox
American motion picture editor, born in 1941 in Los Angeles. Member of ACE. Fascinated by the world of film, he began working at Warner Bros. in 1961, running errands at first. In time, Cox started cutting, first as an assistant and soon as one of the leading editors employed by the studio. He is famous for his close collaboration with Clint Eastwood, with whom he worked on 30 films, including The Bridges of Madison County, Mystic River and Letters from Iwo Jima. Best Editing Academy Award winner for Unforgiven and Academy Award nominee for Million Dollar Baby. Joel Cox was a guest of Camerimage festival in 2013 where he received Special Award to Editor with Unique Visual Sensitivity.



      Stuart Craig
British screenwriter, born in 1942 in Norwich. Collaborated with Richard Attenborough on such films as Cry Freedom, Chaplin, Shadowlands, or In Love and War. His output also includes The Mission, The Avengers, and Notting Hill. He has designed all the sets on all of the Harry Potter film adaptations. Ten-time Oscar nominee, Craig won the Academy Award three times for Best Art Direction: for Gandhi, Dangerous Liaisons, and The English Patient. He has amassed 14 BAFTA nominations, and won the award twice. In 2004, the Royal Society of Arts awarded him Royal Designer for Industry distinction. In 2008, he has received the Art Directors Lifetime Achievement Award.
He attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2010, where he was granted Special Award to the Production Designer with Unique Visual Sensitivity. The Festival audience had a chance to admire his set designs in Chaplin (special screenings in 1993), Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (special screenings in 2010), and The English Patient (2011, John Seale's retrospective).



      Dean Cundey
American cinematographer born in 1946, in Alhambra, California. Member of the ASC. He has collaborated with Robert Zemeckis (Back to the Future cycle, Romancing the Stone), Dan Aykroyd, Steven Spielberg (Hook, Jurassic Park), and Nancy Meyers (What Women Want). He won the Best Cinematography Oscar nomination for Zemeckis' Who Framed Roger Rabbit in 1989. In 1996, he was nominated for BAFTA for cinematography in Ron Howard's Apollo 13.
Dean Cundey was twice a member of the Main Competition jury: at the 1999 and the 2009 Festival edition.



      Svetlana Cvetko 
Cinematographer of Croatian origin, currently working in USA. She has gained critical acclaim for her cinematography in documentary films, such as Red Army by Gabe Polsky (screened at Cannes IFF), Inequality for All by Jacob Kornbluth (awarded at Sundance festival) or Oscar-nominated short documentary film Facing fear by Jason Cohen. Her credits include also Miss Representation by Jennifer Siebel Newsom and Kimberlee Acguaro or Untitled by Jonathan Parker. 
Svetlana Cvetko attended the Camerimage Festival in 2014. She was a member of the Feature Length Documentary Films Competition jury.


      Jakub Czerwiński
Polish cinematographer. Graduate of The Leon Schiller's Polish National Film, Television and Theatre School in Łódź. His filmography encompasses such films as Tomasz Bardorsch's Gazda świata, and Igor Chojn's Through Glass, and A Screening at the Tatry Cinema.
He attended the Plus Camerimage Festival five times. In 2009, his etude Through Glass won him a Silver Tadpole.


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      Erik Daarstad
Norwegian cinematographer. Since the 1950s, he has been working in the USA. Documentary films have brought him greatest recognition. Nominated for Oscar seven times, he won the award in 1969 for his cinematographic work on Why Man Creates. He has been collaborating with director Terry Sanders for many years. Their credits include Fighting for Life.
Erik Daarstad attended two edition of the Plus Camerimage Festival. In 2009, he was on the jury of Short Documentary Films Competition. The Festival audience could see his work in Terry Sanders' films during the director's retrospective in 2009. The films screened included Never Give Up, Portrait of Zubin Mehte, or Slow Fires.



      Willem Dafoe
American actor, born in 1955, in Appleton, Wisconsin. Nominated for the Academy Award twice: for his roles in Oliver Stone's Platoon, and E. Elias Merhige's Shadow of the Vampire. He has collaborated with some of the greatest American filmmakers, including David Lynch (Wild at Heart), Martin Scorsese (The Last Temptation of Christ), Michael Cimino (Heaven's Gate), and William Friedkin (To Live and Die in LA). He has also played in some Hollywood blockbusters, such as Speed 2: Cruise Control and Spider-Man.
Willem Dafoe participated in the Camerimage Festival in 2002. He received the Camerimage Special Award from Cinematographers to an Actor for Visual Valour of Work. Films starring Dafoe have been selected for the Main Competition: in 2000, it was American Psycho, and in 2001 - Shadow of the Vampire. His talent could be admired during special screenings, for example in Alan Parker's Mississippi Burning.



      Stephen Daldry 
British film, theatre and TV director and producer, born in 1960 in Dorset. Graduate of the Sheffield University. He began his career while working in Gate Theatre and Royal Court Theatre in London. He directed his first short film in 1998, and two years later he made his feature debut – awarded with BAFTA and Oscar nomination Billy Elliot. His next film, The Hours, starring Nicole Kidman, Julianne Moore and Meryl Streep gained nominations for BAFTA, Golden Globe and Oscar. His credits also include such films as The Reader, starring Kate Winslet and Ralph Fiennes and Trash with Adriano Golman’s cinematography.
Stephen Daldry  attended the Camerimage Festival in 2014. That year he was recognized with the Excellence in Directing Award. 


       Daniels
Directing duo - Daniel Kwan, and Daniel Scheinert. Creators of short films, commercials for such brands as Levi's, and music videos: The Manchester Orchestra's Simple Math, Chromeo's When The Night Falls, The Shins' Simple Song, and Foster The People's Don't Stop.
They've attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2011. The Manchester Orchestra's music video Simple Math won Best Music Video Award in the Music Videos Competition.



      Magdalena Daniłoś 
Polska specjalistka od marketingu, dziennikarka, blogerka. CEO agencji marketingowej OFFON Agency, ewangelista video marketingu, wieloletnia dziennikarka, blogerka skupiająca się na tematyce video marketingu. Realizowała kampanie dla takich marek jak: Samsung, Bosch czy Viessmann oraz wielu podmiotów administracyjnych. Opiekun merytoryczny studiów podyplomowych na kierunku „Marketing Internetowy” Akademii Górniczo-Hutniczej w Krakowie oraz wykładowca na takich uczelniach jak Akademia Leona Koźmińskiego czy Szkoła Główna Handlowa w Warszawie. Jest autorką publikacji na temat produkcji filmowej oraz budowania strategii video marketingowych w najważniejszych polskich magazynach branżowych. Prowadzi swój kanał YouTube, na którym przeprowadza wywiady z najbardziej znanymi osobowościami polskiej branży marketingowej oraz twórcami YouTube. Autorka pierwszej w Polsce książki dotyczącej video marketingu (Video marketing nie tylko na YouTube), która ukazała się nakładem wydawnictwa OnePress i niemal natychmiast stała się bestsellerem. 
Magdalena Daniłoś była gościem festiwalu Camerimage w roku 2016. Pełniła wówczas funkcję jurora Konkursu Spotów Reklamowych „Fundusze Europejskie w Kadrze”. 



      Patrick Daughters
American music video director, born in 1976 in Berkeley. His directorial portfolio includes music videos for such bands as Interpol (No I in Threesome), Feist (I Feel It All, Mushaboom), Kings of Leon (King of the Rodeo, Four Kicks), and Department of Eagles (Nobody Does It Like You).
In 2009, Depeche Mode's music video Wrong, directed by him, was recognized with the Best Cinematography in a Music Video Competition.



      Jeremy Davies
American actor, born in 1969 in Travers, Michigan. Distinguished with Emmy award for his role in TV series Justified. His credits include roles in such films as Nell by Michael Apted, Twister by Jan de Bont, Saving Private Ryan by Steven Spielberg, The Million Dollar Hotel by Wim Wenders, Solaris by Steven Sodenbergh or Dogville by Lars von Trier.
Jeremy Davies attended the Festival in 2000, when The Million Dollar Hotel, a film he appeared in, was presented in the Main Competition.



      John De Borman
Cinematographer, born in 1954 in Paris, working in the USA. Awarded for his work in Lone Scherfig's An Education at the Sundance Festival. He has collaborated with Peter Chelsom on several films, including Shall We Dance. He has been the cinematographer on more than thirty feature films. He recently cooperated with Dustin Hoffman on Quartet.
John de Borman has attended the Festival eight times. He has been on the Festival jury several times: in 2002, on the Main Competition jury, in 2003 and 2012, on the Student Etudes Competition jury, and in 2015, that of the Music Videos Competition. His cinematography has been featured in special screenings. In 2004, it was Shall We Dance, and in 2006, Oliver Parker's Fade to Black. In 2009, de Borman participated in the special screening of An Education.



      Bruno de Keyzer
French cinematographer, born in 1949 in Maitenon. He began his career as assistant to Sven Nykvist on Luis Malle's Black Moon, and Roman Polański's The Tenant. He did cinematographic work for short films and music videos (e.g. Marianne Faithfull's). Winner of César Award for Best Cinematography in Bertrand Travenier's A Sunday in the Country. His collaborations with Trevenier include Life and Nothing But (César nomination), and Round Midnight. He also worked with Volker Schlöndorff on The Ogre, and Mark Peploe on Victory.
Bruno de Keyzer attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2010, where he was on the jury of the Cinematographers' Debut Competition. The audience had a chance to see his cinematography in The Ogre during Volker Schlöndorff retrospective in 2009, and the world panorama in 1996. In 2010, Bertrand Travanier's The Princess of Montpensier was screened as part of the world panorama.



      Benoît Debie  
Belgian cinematographer, a member of the Belgian Society of Cinematographers (SBC). He gained worldwide recognition thanks to productions like “Irreversible” and “Enter the Void”, both directed by Gaspar Noé, “Get the Gringo” by Adrian Grunberg or “The Lost River” by Ryan Gosling. He recently has worked on Wim Wenders’ “Everything Will Be Fine” and Gaspar Noé’s “Love”. He has also made the cinematography for music videos for 30 Seconds to Mars (together with Jared Leto, Rob Witt and Daniel Carberry, he got an MTV Music Video Award for “Hurricane”) and Rihanna, among others.
Benoît Debie attended the Camerimage Festival in 2010, where Gaspar Noé’s “Enter the Void” with his cinematography was in the Main Competition. In 2015 he received the Grand Prix of the 3D Films Competition for the work in “Love”, also directed by Noé. During the 23th edition of the Festival another film with his cinematography was screened – “Enter the Void” by Wim Wenders, and the music video for Rihanna’s song “Bitch Better Have My Money” (which he also made cinematography to) participated in the Music Videos Competition. 



      Dennis Dembia
American PR and marketing specialist, born in 1977 in Wooster, Ohio. Deputy director of Rogers&Cowan PR agency, responsible for its strategic projects and campaigns. Both as a global campaigns organizer or jury member he has cooperated with several international film festivals, including The Zurich Film Festival, Bahamas IFF or Aruba IFF. He regularly participates in Berlin, Cannes, Toronto and Sundance festivals.
Dennis Dembia has attended the Camerimage festival four times so far. Each time he was member of the jury - during the 20th edition it was Students Etude Competition jury, the year after - Polish Films Competition jury, and in 2014 - Cinematographers' Debuts Competition jury.



      Manoel De Oliveira
Portuguese director, born in 1908 in Porto. Recognized at the film festivals in Cannes and Venice. Winner of the European Film Award. He debuted in 1930, and has been making films ever since. His credits include such classics as The Strange Case of Angelica, Magic Mirror, I'm Going Home, Voyage to the Beginning of the World, and The Convent. He has worked in the capacity of scriptwriter, editor, and producer on many of his own films. Died in 2015.
Manoel de Oliveira attended the Camerimage Festival in 2004, when he accepted the Lifetime Achievement Award for the Director with Special Visual Sensitivity. He also conducted student workshops that year. In 2008, to celebrate his 100th birthday, a retrospective review of his work was organized. It featured such films as Belle Toujours, Magic Mirror, Anxiety, and A Talking Picture.



      Roger A. Deakins
British cinematographer, born in 1949 in Torquay. A five-time Oscar nominee for films such as the Coen brothers' True Grit, Frank Darabant's The Shawshank Redemption. He has collaborated with Joel and Ethan Coen on 11 films. He was also responsible for the visual side of such films as A Beautiful Mind, directed by Ron Howard, or Stephen Daldry's The Reader.
Roger A. Deakins has been the guest of the Camerimage Festival three times already. In 2001, he chaired the Main Competition jury. In 1995, his cinematography in The Shawshank Redemption received the Bronze Frog award. In 2008, he was nominated for the Golden Frog award - his photography in Doubt was selected for the Main Competition. That year Deakins ran the Arri workshops. In 2001, at the 9th Camerimage Festival, Roger Deakins and the Coen brothers received the Special Award to a Team for Outstanding Achievements in the field of the Art of Cinematography. The next time his film was screened in the Main Competion was 2015, when Sicario by Denis Villeneuve with Deakins's cinematography was among the competitive films.



      Benoît Debie 
Belgian cinematographer, member of the Belgian Society of Cinematographers (SBC). He gained worldwide recognition thanks to productions like “Irreversible” and “Enter the Void”, both directed by Gaspar Noé, “Get the Gringo” by Adrian Grunberg or “The Lost River” by Ryan Gosling. He recently has worked on Wim Wenders’ “Everything Will Be Fine” and Gaspar Noé’s “Love”. He has also made the cinematography for music videos for 30 Seconds to Mars (together with Jared Leto, Rob Witt and Daniel Carberry, he got an MTV Music Video Award for “Hurricane”) and Rihanna, among others
Benoît Debie attended the Camerimage Festival in 2010, where Gaspar Noé’s “Enter the Void” with his cinematography was in the Main Competition. In 2015 he received the Grand Prix of the 3D Films Competition for the work in “Love”, also directed by Noé. During the 23th edition of the Festival another film with his cinematography was screened – “Enter the Void” by Wim Wenders, and the music video for Rihanna’s song “Bitch Better Have My Money” (which he also made cinematography to) participated in the Music Videos Competition.



      Bruno Delbonnel
French cinematographer, born in 1957 in Nancy. Member of the French Society of Cinematographers. Initially photographing commercials, in 1993 he worked on his first feature film. He won international acclaim with Jean-Pierre Jeunet's Amélie. His cinematography for that film was recognized with the European Film Award, as well as nominations for the Academy Award (2001), César, and BAFTA awards. He has won two more Oscar nominations: for A Very Long Engagement (2004; he received the César award for that film), and Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009).
Bruno Delbonnel has participated in the Camerimage Festival four times already. In 2006, he was on the Main Competition jury, and in 2009, on the Polish Films Competition. His cinematography for Across the Universe won him the Silver Frog award at the 15th Plus Camerimage Festival, and in 2013 he was recognized with the Bronze Frog for his cinematography in Inside Llewyn Davies by Ethan and Joel Coen.



      Ricardo Della Rosa
Brazilian cinematographer. Member of the Brazilian Society of Cinematographers. He mostly works in Brazil, and the US. His credits include Jayme Monjardim's Olga, Andrucha Waddington's The House of Sand, Heitor Dhalia's Adrift, and Robert Cohen's Alex Cross. He has been nominated for the Satellite award for his cinematography in The House of Sand.
Ricardo Della Rosa participated in the Camerimage Festival in 2006. He received the Bronze Frog award for his work on The House of Sand.



      Tonino Delli Colli
Italian cinematographer, born in 1922 in Rome. A four-time winner of the distinguished Italian David di Donatello award. In 2005, the ASC recognized him with Lifetime Achievement Award. He started his career before the war. He often collaborated with Pier Paolo Pasolini, photographing such films as The Gospel According to St. Matthew. The list of directors he worked with includes Sergio Leone (The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Once Upon a Time in America), Federico Fellini (Extraordinary Stories, The Voice of the Moon), and Roman Polanski (Death and the Maiden, Bitter Moon). The last film he made was the Oscar-winning Life is Beautiful, directed by Roberto Benigni. He died in 2005.
In 2005, at the 13th Camerimage Festival, Tonino Delli Colli was recognized with the Lifetime Achievement Award.



      Peter Deming
American cinematographer, born in 1957. Winner of Film Independent Award, and an award at Sundance, Deming has photographed two of David Lynch's films: Mulholland Dr., and Lost Highway. He has also worked on such productions as Philip Kaufman's Amnesia, Daniel Algrant's People I Know, Hughes brothers' From Hell, or the Sundance-winning Reginald Hudlin's, and Ellen Brown's House Party. Since his debut in the 1980s, he has photographed more than fifty film productions.
Peter Deming has attended two editions of the The Festival. In 2002, he was on the jury of the Student Etudes Competition. Films he has done camerawork for contended in the Main Competition twice - in 2001, it was David Lynch's Mulholland Dr., and in 2010 Massa Tadjedin's Last Night. During the 10th edition of the Festival, as part of the special screenings, the audience had a chance to see his camerawork in People I Know.



      Caleb Deschanel
American cinematographer, born in 1944 in Philadelphia. Awarded with honorary degree of American Film Institute and Lifetime Achievement Award presented by American Society of Cinematographers. Five times Oscar nominee. He was behind the cinematography of such films as The Right Stuff by Phillip Kaufman, Anna and the King by Andy Tennant, Message in a Bottle by Luis Mandoka, The Patriot by Roland Emmerich or The Passion of the Christ by Mel Gibson.
Caleb Deschanel participated in the Camerimage festival in 2013 for the first time. He was the president of the Student Etudes Competition jury then. He attended the Festival also in 2014, when he received the Lifetime Achievement Award.



      Boris Dobrovolskij
Russian director, born in 1980 in Moscow. Graduate of Moscow University, and School of Scriptwriters and Film Directors in Moscow. His short The Line won him the second award at Meeting Rimini Film Festival in 2006. He specializes in digital productions. His body of work encompasses such productions as I Plant a Tree, Hotel, as well as television series, such as School Number One, and Hot Ice. He has also created music videos.
Boris Dobrovolskij attended the Camerimage Festival in 2006, where he received the Nokia Movie Competition Jury Award for his work on Alone Together.



      Anthony Dod Mantle
British cinematographer living in Denmark. Born in 1955 in Oxford. He has been responsible for cinematography in several of the Dogma 95 films, including Dogville (by Lars von Trier), and Celebration (by Thomas Vinterberg). Winner of the Academy Award for Best Cinematography for his work on Danny Boyle's Slumdog Millionaire. The film has also earned him the BAFTA award, the ASC award, the European Film Award and other distinctions. He has collaborated with Danny Boyle on such films as 127 Hours, Millions, and 28 Days Later. He often works with Scandinavian directors, including Lars von Trier (Antichrist, Manderlay), and Thomas Vinterberg (It's All About Love).
Anthony Dod Mantle has participated in six editions of the Plus Camerimage Festival. In 2008, he won the Golden Frog award for his work on Slumdog Millionaire. His cinematography has also been evaluated in the Main Competition. In 1998, it was Celebration (directed by Thomas Vinterberg), in 1999, Mifune (by Soren Kragh-Jacobsen), and in 2010, 127 Hours (by Danny Boyle). The Festival audience has had many chances to get acquainted with his work. 2006 Danish Cinema Review featured von Trier's Dogville, and Vinterberg's It's All About Love. Special screenings that year presented The Last King of Scotland (directed by Kevin McDonald). The previous edition of the Festival screened Dear Wendy (directed by Vinterberg) as part of the European Panorama.



      Roger Donaldson
Australian director, scriptwriter, and producer, born in 1945 in Ballarat. He has been working in the US since the 1980s. Best known for such films as The Bounty (1984, he was nominated for the Golden Palm award for that film), Cocktail (1994), Dante's Peak (1997), and The Bank Job. His directing and producing credits encompass over twenty features.
At the 19th Plus Camerimage Festival Roger Donaldson chaired the jury of the Main Competition. His film Seeking Justice was presented during special screenings in 2011.



      Andreas Dresen 
German director, born in 1963 in Gera. He has received the Berlin Silver Bear for Grill Point and Best Director Award at Karlovy Vary for Whisky with Vodka.  In 2013 he was among the jurors of the IFF in Berlin. His credits include also such titles as Summer in Berlin, Stopped on Track, Cloud Nine or Nightshapes. 
Andreas Dresen attended the Camerimage Festival in 2014. He was a member of the Student Etudes Competition jury. His films have been screened during the Festival several times, including Grill Point and Night Shapes (Main Competition) or Summer in Berlin and Stopped on Track (European Panorama).



      Jean-Marie Dreujou
French cinematographer, born in 1959 in Tours. He has been nominated for a Cezar  Award three times – he was appreciated for his work in Two Brothers by Jean-Jacques Annaud, Girl on the Bridge by Patrice Leconte and Unpredictable Nature of the River by Bernard Giraudeau. He frequently collaborates with Jean-Jacques Annaud and Patrice Laconte. He has made documentary films and successful commercials for the largest companies in the world. The Jean-Jacques Annaud’s  film Wolf Totem with his cinematography was his second project made in China. Earlier he has worked in China on the Dai Sijie’s Balzac and the little Chinese Seamstress.
Jean-Marie Dreujou attended the Camerimage Festival in 2015. He was a member of the Polish Films Competition jury and the film Wolf Totem with his cinematography was screened both in the Main Competition and in the 3D Films Competition.



      Stuart Dryburgh
British cinematographer, working in the USA and New Zealand. He was born in London, in 1952. He won international acclaim, working with Jane Campion on The Piano and The Portrait of a Lady. Working in Hollywood, he has created cinematography for such blockbusters as Bridget Jones Diary. He was also behind the cinematography of The Secret Life of Walter Mitty by Ben Stiller.
Stuart Dryburgh is a prominent figure in the Plus Camerimage Festival's history, being the first recipient of the Golden Frog Award. His work on Jane Campion's The Piano won him that award in 1993. A year later, he was chairman of the Main Competition jury. At the 20th edition of the festival he served on the jury of the Cinematographers` Debut Competition. He visited the Festival again in 2013, where he served as the member of the Polish Films Competition jury. He also participated in the special screening of the film The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.



      Piotr Dumała
Polish director, scriptwriter, graphic designer, and creator of animated films. Born in 1959 in Warsaw. Lecturer of the PWSFTviT (The Polish National Film, Television and Theatre School) in Łódź, Harvard University in the US, and Konstfack University College of Arts Crafts and Design in Stockholm. Recipient of numerous awards at the festivals in Krakow, Zagreb, and Madrid. He has invented new techniques of creating animated films. Best-known for such films as Nerwowe Życie Kosmosu, Walls, A Gentle Spirit, and Franz Kafka.
Piotr Dumała attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2007. He was member of the Main Competition jury. That year the festival audience could see his work during the Animation Review.



      Jolanta Dylewska
Polish cinematographer, director, and documentary screenwriter, born in 1958 in Wrocław. Professor of visual arts, she teaches at the Cinematography and Television Production Department of PWSFTviT (Polish National Film, Television and Theatre School) in Łódź, and the Department of Image Composition and Cinematography of the The Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg in Ludwigsburg, Germany. Her cinematography in Mariusz Grzegorzek's Converstation with a Cupboard Man earned her the Golden Lion award in 1993. Her cinematographic output encompasses such films as Przemysław Wojcieszek's Louder Than Bombs, Down the Colourful Hill, Made in Poland, Adam Guziński's The Boy on the Galloping Horse. She received the Eagle Polish Film Award for her cinematography in Agnieszka Holland's In Darkness. Member of the Polish Film Institute and European Film Academy.
She has attended six edition of the Festival. Films with her cinematography have been featured both in the Polish Films Competition as well as the Main Competition. She received the Golden Frog at the 19th edition of the Festival for In Darkness.



      Paweł Dyllus
Polish cinematographer, born in 1981 in Chorzów. Graduate of the University of Silesia's Faculty of Radio and Television. Member of PSC. Recipient of the Kodak Award at Polish Films Festival in Los Angeles, and an award for young cinematographer at Young Film Festival in Wrocław. The list of films with his cinematography includes Łukasz Palkowski's Wojna żeńsko-męska (Male-Female War), Szymon Jakubowski's Jak żyć (How to Live), Rafael Kapelinski's The Ballad of Piotrowski, or Maciej Prykowski's Zgorszenie publiczne (Public Outrage).
Paweł Dyllus attended six editions of the Festival. His camerawork in Julia Ruszkiewicz's etude Wild Duck Season won him a Golden Tadpole in 2006. That picture also earned him The David Samuelson Student Award for Best Picture Technique in the Panavision Student Films Competition. In 2014 Documentary Short Films Competition featured Superjednostka - a film by Teresa Czepiec with Dyllu's cinematography, and the same competition in 2015 featured Plus Minus or Fly's Trip to the East by Bogdan Dziworski, also ith Paweł's cinematography. During the 23rd edition his cinematography could be also seen in The Mother by Lee Mackintosh Jnes, screened as part of the European Panorama. 



      John Dyson
British writer, and journalist, from New Zealand, born in 1943 in Auckland. One of the most prominent Reader's Digest journalists, Dyson publishes books, and articles about travelling, sailing, nature and science. His fascination with sea, and sailing resulted in a bestseller book Columbus: For Gold, God and Glory, as well as numerous other publications, appreciated by readers world-wide. He also hosts the TV program Treasure at the South Pole, broadcasted by NBC. He is a fellow of the Royal Geographic Society in London.
John Dyson attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2009, where he served on the jury of the Short Documentary Films Competition. He also took part in the panel discussion The Conflict of Words and Image in Documentary Films.



      Bogdan Dziworski
Polish director, cinematographer, and photographer, born in 1941 in Łódź. He acted as dean of the Faculty of Radio and Television at University of Silesia in Katowice, holding the title of full professor. Winner of several awards at Kraków Film Festival. His cinematographic work on Grzegorz Królikiewicz' Permanent Objections won him the Golden Lion Award in 1975. Creator of numerous documentary films, mostly about sport, e.g. Olympics, Hockey, or Swordsman. He collaborated with Paweł Pawlikowski on From Moscow to Pietushki. Dziworski has also organized exhibitions, and created photo albums.
Bogdan Dziworski has attended five edition of the Festival so far. In 2008, he was on the jury of Documentary Films Competition. His Hockey, and Sceny narciarskie z Franzem Kramerem (Ski Scenes with Franz Kramer) was screened in 2008 as part of the Milestones of Polish Artistic Documentary Films presentation. In 2015 Documentary Short Films Competition featured his film Plus Minus or Fly's Trip to the East.


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      Paweł Edelman
Polish cinematographer, born in 1958 in Łódź. He has collaborated with the most prominent Polish filmmakers, including Roman Polański (Carnage), Andrzej Wajda (Pan Tadeusz, Sweet Rush), and Jerzy Stuhr (Love Stories). He gained worldwide acclaim for his work on Roman Polański's The Pianist. That film won him an Oscar nomination in 2003, as well as the European Film Award. He has received many other prestigious distinctions, such as the César, the Golden Duck, or the Golden Lions awards. He has collaborated with American directors: Steve Zaillian (All the King's Men), and Vadim Perelman (The Life Before Her Eyes).
Paweł Edelman has participated in seven editions of the Festival so far. In 2007, at the 15th Festival, he was member of the Main Competition jury. In 1997, he won the Bronze Frog award for Family Affairs, directed by Leszek Wosiewicz. The festival audience has had a chance to admire his work during special screenings and the World Panorama cycle. They featured such films with his cinematography as All the King's Men, Katyń, The Ghost Writer, and Carnage.



      Eric Alan Edwards 
American cinematographer, born in 1953 in Portland. A long-time collaborator of director Gus Van Sant, with whom he has made such films as Drugstore Cowboy, My Own Private Idaho, To Die For or Elephant. He has also been behind the cinematography of such films as Knocked Up by Judd Apatow, The Break-Up by Peyton Reed or The Change-Up by David Dobkin. He is a renowned cinematographer of music videos and has collaborated with Michael Jackson, Paul Simon, Joni Mitchell, Bruce Springsteen or Red Hot Chilli Peppers, among others.
Eric Alan Edwards attended the Camerimage Festival in 2014. He was a member of the Cinematographers’ Debut Competition jury.



      Frederic Elmes
American cinematographer, born in 1946 in Mountain Lake. Winner of the Independent Spirit award for his work on Wild At Heart, and Night On Earth. A long-term collaborator of David Lynch, with whom he has made such films as Eraserhead, Blue Velvet, and Wild At Heart. He has also worked with Jim Jarmusch on Night On Earth, Coffee and Cigarettes, and Broken Flowers. His credits include Ang Lee's Hulk, Christopher Reeve's In the Gloaming, and many other American productions.
Frederic Elmes has attended the Festival twice. In 2000, he received the Cinematographer-Director Duo award, for his collaboration with David Lynch. At the 17th edition, he sat the Polish Films Competition.



      Robert Elswitt 
American cinematographer. Born in 1960 in California. An Oscar and the ASC  Award winner for the cinematography in Paul T. Anderson’s  There Will Be Blood. He was also nominated for an Academy Award for his work in George Clooney’s Good Nigh and Good Luck. He also worked on such productions as Inherent Vice by Paul T. Anderson, Tomorrow Never Dies by Roger Spottiswood, The Men Who Stare at Goats by Grant Heslov and Salt by Phillip Noyce.
Robert Elswit attended the Festival in 2005. Several years later, during the 24 edition of Camerimage, he got the Award in the Best TV Pilots Competition for his work in The Night Of: The Beach.


      Ross Emery 
Australian cinematographer, born in Sydney. A member of the Australian Cinematographers Society ACS. He has worked with such esteemed cinematographers as William Fraker, Laszlo Kovacs and Dariusz Wolski. His filmography includes, among many others, The Matrix triogy, James Magold’s Wolverine and Simon Curtis’s Woman in Gold.
Ross Emery was a guest of the Camerimage Festival in 2015 and 2016. During his first visit he was a member of the Director’s Debuts Competition and the following year he sat in the Polish Films Competition jury. Woman in Gold with his cinematography was screened as a part of Special Screenings in 2015.


      Rob Epstein
American director, producer, and screenwriter, born in 1955 in New Jersey. Two-time winner of an Academy Award for Best Feature Documentary. The films that brought him these distinctions are Common Threads: Stories from the Quilt, and The Times of Harvey Milk (shared with Richard Schmiechen). He also won awards at Berlin and Sundance film festivals. His body of work, apart from numerous documentary films, includes a feature film created with Jeffrey Friedman - Howl.
Rob Epstein attended the Camerimage Festival in 2010 and 2014. During his first visit he was on the jury of the Feature Length Documentary Films Competition. That year, a retrospective of his documentaries was held. At a special screening, the audience had a chance to see Howl. In 2014 he chaired the jury of the Student Etudes Competition.



      Mátyás Erdély 
Hungarian cinematographer, born in 1976 in Budapest. He has worked on feature films, TV films and commercials. His cinematography in James White (directed by Josh Mond) could be seen at film festivals in Toronto and London, among others. He received international acclaim thanks to the cinematography in Son of Saul, directed by Laszlo Nemes, which received Grand Jury Prize at the 2015 Cannes IFF.
Mátyás Erdély has attended the Camerimage Festival two times already. The cinematography in Son of Saul won him the Bronze Frog in the 2015 Main Competition. The next year he led the Kodak masterclass based on that film. 


      Ewa Ewart
Polish documentary filmmaker, journalist and producer, born in 1956 in Warsaw. She has worked with such prestigious foreign TV stations and news agencies as the Spanish EFE, the American CBS News, or the British BBC. Her non-fiction work repeatedly addressed the problems of Russia and Eastern Europe - the martial law in Poland, the dissolution of the USSR, the reigns of Yeltsin and Putin, and the Beslan school hostage crisis. She has also made movies and TV shows on, among others, labour camps in North Korea ("Gateway to Hell", 2004) or the civil war in Colombia ("Cocaine War", 2000). She is the author of television series "Documentaries by Ewa Ewart", recognized in 2009 with Wiktor Award.
Ewa Ewart was a guest of Camerimage festival in 2013 and 2015.  During her first visit she sat on the jury of the Feature Documentary Films Competition. She was also one of the experts on the Talent Demo program. In 2015 she presented her documenatry film Reclaim the city.


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      Daniel Featherstone
Australian cinematographer. He graduated from Australian Film Television and Radio School, and Curtin University of Technology in Perth. He specializes in documentary films, short films, commercials, and works with digital equipment. Nominated for the Australian AFI Award, Daniel Featherstone has also won an award for best black and white cinematography at Slamdance Festival in USA, and Kodak Award at Cilect Festival in Denmark. He has directed, and wrote screenplays for several short films. He is also a successful photographer.
In 1998, at the 6th edition of the Camerimage Festival, Daniel Featherstone won a Golden Tadpole for Yves Stening's etude Great Falls.



      F.X. Feeney
American writer, screenwriter, journalist, and produced, born in 1953 in New York. His writing work includes George Hickenlooper's The Big Brass Ring, and Roger Corman's Frankenstein Unbound. For many years, ha has collaborated with Z Channel as a critic, consultant, and commercials creator. He also gained recognition as a journalist, and wrote for Vanity Fair, Variety, L.A. Weekly, and People Magazine. He wrote monographic essays on Roman Polansky and Micheal Mann.
F.X. Feeney attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2010, where he was on the jury of the Polish Films Competition. His text were included in the album about Volker Schlöndorff and Michael Ballhaus, published by the organizers of the Festival.



      Dante Ferretti
Italian production designer, born in 1943 in Macerata. A three-time Best Art Direction Academy Award winner, for The Aviator, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, and Hugo. He has been nominated for an Oscar seven more times. He has been recognized with the BAFTA awards, Donald di Donatello awards, Art Directors Guild awards and many more. A long-time collaborator of Martin Scorsese with whom he worked on Shutter Island, The Aviator, Gangs of New York, and The Age of Innocence. He has also collaborated with Federico Fellini (City of Women), Franco Zeffirelli (Hamlet), Terry Gilliam (The Adventures of Baron Munchausen), and Brian de Palma (The Black Dahlia).
Dante Ferretti attended the Camerimage Festival in 2006. He received the Lifetime Achievement Award for the Production Designer with Unique Visual Sensitivity. The Festival audience has had many chances to see the results of his work. In 1993, The Age of Innocence was selected for the Main Competition, and special screenings featured Julie Taymor's Titus (2000), and Tim Burton's Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Retrospective reviews have presented such films as Anthony Minghelli's Cold Mountain (2010), and Martin Scorsese's Gangs of New York.



      Kacper Fertacz 
Polish cinematographer, born in 1985. Graduate of the Faculty of Radio and Television at University of Silesia in Katowice. He works on features, documentaries, music videos and commercials. He was one of the participants of the Budapest Cinematography Masterclass 2007, led by Vilmos Zsigmond. His credits include such films as Facet (nie)potrzebny od zaraz by Weronika Migoń, An Exclusive by Krzysztof Szot or Hardkor Disko by Krzysztof Skonieczny. 
Kacper Fertacz has regularly visited the Camerimage Festival since he was a student. In 2014 he was presented, together with Krzysztof Skonieczny, with the Grand Prix of the Polish Films Competition for Hardkor Disko. He was also awarded in the same competition two years later for his cinematography in The Last Family by Jan P. Matuszyński. Music videos with his cinematography were presented to the festival audience and jurors several times.


      Ralph Fiennes
British stage and screen actor and director. Born in 1962 in Ipswich. He performed in Shakespeare theatres, and debuted on screen in the early 1990s. His role in Peter Kosminsky's Wuthering Heights has earned him critical acclaim. His credits include such films as Schindler's List (directed by Steven Spielberg), The English Patient (by Anthony Minghella), Sunshine (by Istvan Szabo), Spider (by David Cronenberg), The Duchess (by Saul Dibb), The Reader (by Stephen Daldry), and the Harry Potter series. He has been nominated for Academy Award twice, for his performance in The English Patient and Schindler's List. He has also received the BAFTA award and the European Film Award.
Ralph Fiennes attended the Camerimage Festival in 2005, where he received the Krzysztof Kieślowski Award. Coriolanus, a film he has directed, was selected for the Main Competition in 2011. The Festival audience has had many occasions to see him on screen. The Baby of Mâcon (1993) and Onegin (2000) were screened as part of the Main Competition, and several other films have been presented during special screenings: The Constant Gardener, directed by Fernando Meirelles, Schindler's List by Steven Spielberg, and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows directed by David Yates.



      Steven Fierberg
American cinematographer, born in Detroit. His body of work encompasses more than 50 cinema, and television films, including Joel Schumacher's Twelve, Steven Shainberg's The Secretary, Sally Potter's Rage, Alexa Cox's Repo Chick, and Ed Zwick's Love and Other Drugs. He has also done camerawork for more than 25 episodes of the television series Entourage. His cinematography in the TV film Attila won him an ASC Award for Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography. Fierberg also teaches at New York University, and American Film Institute. Member of ASC.
Steven Fierberg attended the Camerimage Festival in 2011 and 2013. During the 19th edition of the Festival he was on the jury of Cinematographers' Debut Competition, and two years later he was member of the Directors` Debut Competition jury. He also participated in Plus Camerimage Winners Show in 2008, and 2011.



      Alexandr Filippov
Russian cinematographer, born in 1960 in Leningrad. Graduate of the Russian Institute of Cinematography (VGIK). Member of the Russian Cinematographer's Union. Filippov has won awards at Palermo, Stuttgart, Monterey, Madrid or Athens film festival. Since 1980s, he has been working for the Leningrad Documentary Films Studio, a local TV station, and the international Russian Travel Guide TV channel. In his career, Filippov has done camerawork for dozens of documentary films, such as The Eight Day, Petersburg or Russian Sultan. He has also worked on music videos, and television productions.
Alexandr Filippov attended three editions of the Plus Camerimage Festival. In 2009, he won a Special Mention in the Short Documentary Films Competition for his camerawork on Edgar Bartenev's Nyarma. Documentary films photographed by him Filippov were featured in the competition two more times - in 2008, yaptic-hasse, and in 2011 - I Will Forget This Day.



      Bruce L. Finn
American cinematographer. Winner of the Emmy award for his cinematography in the series 8 Simple Rules... for Dating My Teenage Daughter. His credits include such films as Tad Quill's Best Thing Ever, Jennifer Wynne-Farmer's, and Valerie Red-Horse's Naturally Native, or Tom Lazarus' Word of mouth. Founder, and owner of Finn Light, that produces lighting equipment for the film industry.
Bruce Finn attended the Plus Camerimage Festival four times. He also participated in Plus Camerimage Winners Show in 2011. At the 14th edition of the Festival, he was on the jury of the Student Etudes Competition, and conducted workshops for students.



      Gavin Finney
British cinematographer. In 2006-2008, he acted as president of the BSC. Nominated for BAFTA Award for Vadim Jean's Hogfather, winner of RTS television award. Responsible for the cinematographic side of such films as Douglas Mackinnon's The Flying Scotsman, Niall Johnson's Keeping Mum, Rob Reiner's Alex and Emma or Oliver Parker's and Barnaby Thompson's St.Trinian's.
Gavin Finney attended the Festival twice. In 2006, he was one of the instructors at the ARRI workshops, and in 2008, he was on the jury of the Polish Films Competition.



      Jens Fischer
Swedish cinematographer born in 1946, in Stockholm. He has collaborated with the most prominent Scandinavian filmmakers, including Daniel Fridell, and more than a dozen films of Colin Nutley, a British director working in Sweden (Under the Sun, Deadline, The Queen Saba's Pearls). He has received three Golden Beetles - awards of the Swedish Film Institute.
Jens Fischer has attended the Festival twice. In 1998, he received the Bronze Frog award for his work on Daniel Fridell's Beneath the Surface, and in 2005, he won the Silver Frog for The Queen Saba's Pearls. In 1999 and 2008, the European Panorama featured Angel, and Under the Sun directed by Colin Nutley, with Jens Fischer's cinematography.



      Robert Fischer
German director, screenwriter, producer, and writer, born in 1954 in Greven. Specializes in documentary films about eminent figures of cinema, as well as its history. Won recognition with films such as Film is Truth: Milos Forman, Monsieur Truffaut meets Mr. Hitchcock or Fassbinder in Hollywood. He also wrote numerous books on the history of cinema, devoted to such directors as Hitchcock, Welles or Lynch. He is one the programme directors of the Munich Film Festival.
Robert Fischer attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2010, where he served on the jury of the Feature Length Documentary Films Competition. He also conducted a seminar for students. That year, his Of Love and Constraints: Speculations on Fassbinder's I Only Want You To Love Me was shown as part of a special screening.



      Wolfgang Fischer
German cinematographer, documentary films producer, and journalist. Graduated from Film Academy in Freiburg and Munich. Since 1959 he has worked as a cinematographer. In 1977 he founded his own Production Company. He has been a contributing author to many professional magazines, such as “Film" and “TVKameramann". He also is a co-founder and editor in chief of a “Photographica Cabinett" magazine.
He has attended the Camerimage Festival twice, in 1999, and 2000. In 1999, he was on the Main Competition jury.



      Bob Fisher
American journalist, and film critic, born in New York. Honorary member of the American Society of Cinematographers. He contributes to the most important magazines in the film industry, also writing about cinematographers. He often moderates discussions, and panels devoted to cinema. Fisher also cooperates with ASC, and ICG (International Cinematographers Guild).
Bob Fisher attended the 2nd and 3rd editions of the Camerimage Festival. In, 1995 he was on the jury of the Main Competition.



      Jack Fisk
American production designer, born in 1945 in Canton. Collaborated many times with Terrence Malick on films such as Tree of Life, The New World, Thin Red Line. He was also responsible for production design in Paul Thomas Anderson's There Will Be Blood, which won him a nomination for Oscar, BAFTA, and the Art Directors Guild award. A long-time friend of David Lynch, Fisk collaborated with him on The Straight Story, and Mulholland Dr. He directed several movies, such as Raggedy Man, and Violets are Blue. He draws inspiration from the work of Edward Hopper and Francis Bacon.
Attended the Plus Camerimage in 2011, where he received the Special Award to the Production Designer with Unique Visual Sensitivity. That year, his design work could be seen in Tree of Life that was selected for the Main Competition. Also, two David Lynch's films with Fisk's production design competed for the Golden Frog - The Straight Story (1999), and Mulholland Dr. (2001).



      Peter Flinckenberg
Finnish cinematographer, born in 1971 in Espoo. He graduated from University of Art and Design in Helsinki, and New York University Tisch School of Arts. Flinckenberg received accolades at film festivals in Upsaala, Helsinki, Porvoo, and Bologna. Member of the Finnish Society of Cinematographers F.S.C., juror at Cine Film Festival in Espoo. Flinckenberg works on short and feature films, mainly ones directed by Finns. He also did camerawork for numerous documentary films, and music videos, television productions, and advertising films.
Peter Flinckenberg attended the Festival two times. In 2001, he was awarded a Bronze Tadpole for his cinematography in Zero Degrees (dir. Jyri Kähönen). In 2011, Mii Halme's Forever yours, photographed by Flinckenberg was featured in the Feature Length Documentary Films Competition.



      Gerry Floyd 
British cinematographer, born in Belfast. He is also a professional photographer. He has worked on the sets of commercials and he has experience in shooting music videos he made for such artists as Pet Shop Boys, Take That, Technotronic and  The Coceau Twins. He was also the one who stands behind the cinematography to the frequently awarded film Notes on Blindness by James Spinney and Peter Middleton.
Gerry Floyd has attended the Camerimage Festival two times so far. In 2016 he received the first ever Golden Frog  for the Best Docu-Drama, given as a part of the Documentary Features Competition.


      PhD Magdalena Florek
University lecturer, marketing specialist and brand strategy consultant. She works at University of Economy in Poznań. Co-founder and board member of Best Place Foundation - European Place Marketing Institute. Author of books and articles about territorial marketing and the promotion and image of locations.
Magdalena Florek participated in Camerimage Festival in 2012, 2013 i 2014. She was member of the Advertising Spots Competition jury.



      Tony Forsberg
Swedish cinematographer born in 1933. Member of the Swedish Society of Cinematographers. Educated in Stockholm and Paris. Together with Peter Weiss he headed a film workshop at Stockholm University. Author of cinematography in Ingmar Bergman's In the Presence of the Clown. Since the 1950s, he has cooperated with numerous Swedish filmmakers, creating the visual side of more than several dozen films.
Tony Forsberg attended the Camerimage Festival in 1999, acting as member of the Main Competition jury.



      Marc Forster
Director, screenwriter and producer, born in 1969 in Ulm, Germany. Graduate of the New York University, he began his career directing documentary films. He has won international acclaim with his Monster`s Ball, with Halle Berry`s Oscar-winning role. Long time collaborator of cinematographer Roberto Schaefer, with whom he created such films as Finding Neverland, The Kite Runner, 007 Quantum of solace, Stay or Machine Gun Preacher. Winner of several prestigious nominations, including BAFTA, Golden Bear and Golden Globe nominations.
Marc Forster attended the Camerimage festival in 2013. Together with Robert Schaefer he was recognized with the Cinematographer-Director Duo Award.



      Elena Fortes
Executive director of Ambulante Org., a non-profit organization promoting documentary films as a tool for social and cultural transformation. Organizer of the Ambulante Documentary Films Festival, member of the Programming Committee for the Morelia International Film Festival. Member of the jury of several international film festivals. Author of the Ambulante Beyond, a long term training program in documentary filmmaking in Mexio and Central America.
Elena Fortes participated in Plus Camerimage festival in 2012. She was member of the Feature Length Documentary Films Competitions jury.



      Ron Fortunato
American cinematographer. Member of the ASC. His credits include more than a dozen feature films, and numerous television productions. He was nominated for the Emmy award for his work on 100 Centre Street television series. He has worked on such films as Hachiko: A Dog's Story (directed by Lasse Hallström), Before the Devil Knows You're Dead and Find Me Guilty (both directed by Sidney Lumet), and Nil by Mouth (directed by Gary Oldman). He was nominated for the European Film Academy award for cinematography in Oldman's film.
Ron Fortunato attended the Camerimage Festival in 1997. He won the Silver Frog award for his work on Nil by Mouth. In 2006, special screenings featured Phillip Noyce's Catch a Fire, with cinematography by Ron Fortunato and Garry Phillips.



      Robert Fraisse
French cinematographer, born in 1940 in Paris. He worked as assistant cinematographer on Orson Welles' film version of Kafka's The Trial. A long-time collaborator of Jean-Jacques Annaud, he is responsible for the visual side of such films as Seven Years in Tibet, and Enemy at the Gates. In 1992, he received the Academy Award nomination for his work in Annaud's The Lover. His body of work encompasses as many as thirty feature films.
Robert Fraisse participated in the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2001, 2005 and 2012. He was the Main Competition juror at the 9th edition. In 2000, he received the Golden Frog award for his work on Roland Joffé's Vatel. In 2012 he chaired the jury of the Cinematographers` Debut Competition.



      William Fraker
American cinematographer, born in 1923 in Los Angeles. Member and a three-time president of the ASC. He was nominated for the Academy Award five times, and received the ASC Lifetime Achievement Award. His credits include such films as Looking for Mr. Goodbar (directed by Richard Brooks), Heaven Can Wait (by Buck Henry and Warren Beatty), 1941 (by Steven Spielberg), WarGames (by John Badham), Murphy's Romance (by Martin Ritt), and Bullitt (by Peter Yates). Died in 2010.
William Fraker attended the Camerimage Festival in 2003. That year he received the Lifetime Achievement Award, and a retrospective review of his cinematography was organized. He also chaired the Student Etudes Competition jury.



      Freddie Francis
Pre-eminent American cinematographer, and director. Born in 1917, in London. A two-time Academy Award winner. He received Oscars for cinematography to Edward Zwick's Glory, and Jack Cardiff's Sons and Lovers. He was nominated for the BAFTA award four times. He collaborated with such prominent filmmakers as David Lynch (The Elephant Man, Dune, The Straight Story), Robert Mulligan (The Man in the Moon, Clara's Heart), and Martin Scorsese (Cape Fear). He also directed more than a dozen films. Died in 2007.
Freddie Francis attended the Camerimage Festival in 2002, where he received the Lifetime Achievement Award. That year, a retrospective review of his work was organized. In 1999, the Main Competition featured his cinematography for The Straight Story, directed by David Lynch.



      David Franco 
Cinematographer of French origin, born in 1963. For many years he has been successfully working in USA, and has gained critical acclaim for his work in television. He was behind the cinematography of such popular TV series as Game of Thrones, Boardwalk Empire or Desperate Housewives. For his cinematography in Boardwalk Empire he was recognized with the ASC award. His credits include also  feature films, such as Silent Trigger by Russell Mulcahy, The Whole Nine Yards by Jonathan Lynn, 300 Miles to Graceland by Damien Lichtenstein and an award-winning TV miniseries Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee.
David Franco attended the Camerimage Festival in 2014, as one of the jurors of Cinematographers’ Debut Competition. 



      Scott Franklin
American producer, born in New York. Long-time collaborator of director Darren Aronofsky, with whom he has collaborated on such productions as Noah, Black Swan (Best Film Academy Award nomination), The Wrestler, Pi or Requiem for a Dream. He was also the producer of such films as 2 Days in New York by July Delpy or W.E. directed by Madonna.
Scott Franklin attended the Camerimage Festival in 2014. He was a member of the Polish Films Competition jury and one of the Talent Demo experts. 



      Greig Fraser
Australian cinematographer, born in 1975 in Melbourne. A member of American (ASC) and Australian (ACS)  Societies of Cinematographers. In over ten years of his career he worked in productions like Bright Star by Jane Campion, Zero Dark Thirty by Kathryn Bigelow, Foxcatcher by Bennet Miller and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story by Gareth Edwards. He gained international acclaim and numerous awards (the ASC Award and Academy Award nomination, among others)  thanks to the cinematography in Garth Davies’ Lion.
Greig Frasier has attended the Camerimage Festival two times so far. In 2010 he won the Best Music Video Award for his work in The Space in Between, a clip for the band How to Destroy Angels. In 2014 he was a member of the Music Videos Competition’s Jury and in 2016 he received  Golden Frog for his work in Lion.


      Murray Fredericks
Director, and cinematographer, born in 1970 in Sydney. Gained recognition with his first documentary, Salt, co-created with Michael Angus.
Murray Fredericks participated in the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2009, where he received the Golden Frog award for Salt in the Short Documentary Films Competition.



      Jacqueline B. Frost 
American cinematographer and university teacher. She works at the Department of Cinema and Television Arts at California State University, Fullerton, where she teaches cinematography, movie direction, and movie production. For more than twenty-five years she has been working as an independent filmmaker, creating feature films, documentaries, and shorts, for which she has won awards in the US as well as abroad. Her book Cinematography for Directors is enjoying unflagging popularity and its second edition will soon be published. She is currently working on her newest documentary entitled Rebel by Nature: The Life and Art of Ana Mendieta.
Jacqueline B. Frost attended the Camerimage Festival in 2016. She was a member of the Student’s Etudes Competition’s jury.


      Junichi Fujisawa
Japanese cinematographer. Winner of the Japanese Film Academy award for his work on Izuru Narushima's Rebirth. He has collaborated with such Japanese directors as Yoichi Sai, and Toshiaki Toyoda.
Junichi Fujisawa won the Silver Frog award in 1999 for his work on Hakuchi: The Innocent, directed by Macoto Tezuka.


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      Marek Gajczak
Polish cinematographer, and director, born in 1966 in Kraków. Graduate of the Cinematography Department at PWSFTviT in Łódź. His work includes both feature, and documentary films. His cinematographic credits include such pictures as Adam Guziński's Antichrist (this film earned him the Grand Prix at the European Short Film Stuttgart Ludwigsburg), Małgorzata Szumowska's Happy Man, and Siedem lekcji miłości (Seven Lessons in Love), Artur Więcek's Goralenvolk or Janine Berthold's Renoir. He was also director and cinematographer of Sposób na Moravię, screened, among others, at Cannes.
Marek Gajczak attended the Camerimage Festival in 2000, and 2002. In 1997, his etude Sposób na Moravię won a Silver Tadpole.



      Dennis Gassner 
Canadian production designer, born in 1948 in Vancouver. He received an Academy Award for his work in Barry Levinson’s Bugsy and has been nominated for an Oscar four times – for Barton Fink, Road to Perdition, The Golden Compass or Into the Woods. He worked on such productions as Truman Show by Peter Weir, Big Fish by Tim Burton and a few films from the James Bond series – Quantum of Solace, Skyfall and Spectre. A two-time  BAFTA Award winner, he was also awarded by  Art Directors Guild several times.
Dennis Gassner attended the Camerimage Festival in 2016. He received a special Award to Production Designer with Unique Visual Sensitivity


      Sue Gibson
British cinematographer, born in 1952 in Derby. She was the first woman to join BSC, as well as the first female president of this organization. She began her career as a director of award-winning television commercials. Gibson's debuted in feature films creating cinematography for Peter Chelsom's Hear my song. The list of her cinematographic credits include Marleen Gorris' Mrs Dalloway, David Grindley's Marple: Towards Zero, or Mike Binder's Fourplay. As member of the 2nd crew, she's contributed to Resident Evil, and Alien vs Predator.
Sue Gibson attended the Plus Camerimage Festival three times. In 2008, she served on the jury of the Student Etudes Competition.



      Witold Giersz
Polish director, animated films screenwriter, and art designer, born in 1927 in Poraj. Graduate of PWSFTviT in Łódź. One of the founders of the Polish school of animation, Giersz has worked in major Polish animation studios - in Bielsko-Biała, Poznań, and Warsaw. He devised a unique animation technique called "live painting". His body of work encompasses more than sixty animated films, notably Mały western (Little Western), Czerwone i czarne (Red and black), Koń (The Horse), or Pożar (Fire). Among the numerous distinctions he was granted are awards received at Cannes, Krakow, Oberhausen, or Edinburgh film festivals, as well as International Young Viewer Film Festival "Ale Kino!" in Poznań.
Witold Giersz attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2007, where he was on the jury of the Student Etudes Competition. That year, a retrospective of his films was held and featured Stary kowboj (Old Cowboy), or Oczekiwanie (Waiting). At the 16th edition of the Festival, several of Giersz's works were screened as part of the Polish animated children's films review.



      Terry Gilliam
American visual artist, director, screenwriter, animator, member of the Monty Python troupe, born in 1940 in Minneapolis. He began his career as an animator for The Monthy Python's Flying Circus. He co-directed with Terry Jones Monthy Python and the Holy Grail, and several years later he debuted as director with Jabberwocky. His directorial output encompasses such films as Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas , 12 Monkeys, The Brothers Grimm, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus. Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for Brazil. Films he worked on were also nominated for BAFTA, Golden Globe, and Palme d'Or.
He attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2009, where he received the Special Award to the Director with Unique Visual Sensitivity. That year, his The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus was featured in the Main Competition. In 2006, his Tideland was presented during the special screenings.



      Goert Giltay
Dutch cinematographer, born in 1952 in Zandvoort. His credits include several feature films, documentary films, and television productions. He has collaborated with director Jos Stelling on such films as The Pointsman, No trains, No planes, and The Gallery. The Stelling-Giltay duo's biggest success has been The Flying Dutchman (1995).
Goert Giltay attended the Camerimage Festival twice - in 2010 and 2013. During his first visit he was member of the Directors' Debuts Competition jury, and in 2013 he was on the Cinematographers` Debut Competition jury.. In 1995, he received the Silver Frog for his work on The Flying Dutchman. His cinematography was featured in the Benelux Cinema Review in 2007, in the Giltay-Stelling duo retrospective review in 2010, and in the Dutch Cinema Review in 2013.



      Xavi Giménez
Spanish cinematographer, born in 1970 in Barcelona. His work can be seen in films like “Fragile” and “Darkness”, both by Jaume Balagueró, “The Machinist” and “Transsiberian” by Brad Anderson, “Agora” by Alejandro Amenábar and “Intacto” by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo. He received many Spanish film business awards, including three Barcelona Film Awards and Goya Award. He has also worked on TV productions
In 2015 Xavi Giménez won the first TV Pilots Competition in history of Camerimage Festival, receiving the Grand Prix for the cinematography in the first episode of “Penny Dreadful”, directed by Juan Antonio Bayona. 

 
      Jakub Giza
Polish cinematographer, born in 1980 in Kraków. Graduated from Cinematography Department of PWSFTviT in Łódź. Winner of two awards for best cinematography in Rafał Skalski's 52 Percent (2007), and Anna Kazejak's Bocznica (2009) at Kraków Film Festival. His body of work includes such films as Rafael Lewandowski's Sztuka milczenia or Julia Kolberger's Tomorrow I'll Be Gone. He was also nominated for the Jan Machulski's Polish Independent Cinema Award.
He attended eight editions of the Festival. In 2010, his cinematography in etude Tomorrow I'll Be Gone earned him a Golden Tadpole. Films with Jakub Giza's cinematography were selected for the Feature Length Documentary Films Competition three times.



      Michael Glawogger
Austrian director, screenwriter, cinematographer, born in 1959 in Graz. His filmography includes numerous documents, such as Megacities, Workingman's Death, Whores' Glory. He also works as director, and set designer for feature films, such as Ant Street, Snails, Slumming, and Contact High. Workingman's Death earned him an award at Planet Doc Festival, and nominations for the “Horizons" Competition at the International Film Festival in Venice, European Film Award, and the Directors Guild of America Award. Died in 2014.
Michael Glawogger has attended the Camerimage Festival twice. Glawogger's Workingman's Death was presented in 2008 as part of the Documentary Films Panorama. At the 19th edition of the Festival, he was on the jury of Feature Length Documentary Films Competition, and in 2012 he served on the jury of the Main Competition. At the 20th edition his film Whores` Glory was presented in the Feature Length Documentary Films Competition. 3D Film Competition 2014 featured his documentary film Cathedrals of Culture. The National Library of Russia.



      Bogumił Godfrejów
Polish cinematographer, born in 1976 in Kraków. He graduated from the Cinematographic Department of PWSFTviT in Łódź. Winner of the Golden Lions for his camerawork in Sławomir Fabicki's Retrieval, nominated for the European Film Award for his work on Hans-Christian Schmid's Distant Lights. Godfrejów did camerawork for Sławomir Fabicki's Oscar-nominated short A Man Thing, and worked on such films as Jacek Filipiak's Tom, Jacek Borusiński's Hi Way, or Hans-Christian Schmid's Requiem.
Bogumił Godfrejów attended seven editions of the Festival, and won two Golden Tadpoles - in 1999, for Claire (with his direction), and in 2000, for Circles of Dream (also directed by him). Retrieval, on which he worked on as cinematographer, was selected for the Polish Films Competition, and European Debuts Competition in 2006. His works were presented several times as part of special screenings or during European Panoramas.



      Katrin Goetter
German film and television producer. She started her career as a producer in the field of advertising, she has worked as an assistant director for features and has written scripts for several TV series. She worked as an executive producer on the set of the mini-series Generation War, that gained international acclaim and won an Emmy Award in 2014, among others. She has taught a TV writing and producing course at the dffb, German Film and Television Academy Berlin, since 2013.
Katrin Goetter attended the Camerimage Festival in 2015. She was a member of the first ever First Look – TV Pilots Competition.



      Stephen Goldblatt
South African cinematographer born in 1945. Initially worked in Great Britain as a press photographer, and cinematographer, creating commercials and documentary films. His feature film debut was Breaking Glass directed by Brian Gibson, and Tony Scott's The Hunger. A two-time Oscar and the ASC award nominee - for cinematography to Barbra Streisand's The Prince of Tides (1991), and Joel Schumacher's Batman Forever (1995). He has been nominated for the Emmy award three times. He is behind the cinematography of such films as Richard Donner's Lethal Weapon, Angels in America, directed by Mike Nichols, and Nora Ephron's Julie & Julia.
Stephen Goldblatt has attended five editions of the Plus Camerimage Festival. At the 15th Plus Camerimage Festival he received the Lifetime Achievement Award. To celebrate that fact a retrospective review of his work, which presented The Hunger, The Prince of Tides, and Closer was organized. That year he ran the lightning workshops, and the Festival featured the exhibition of his photography. In 2008, 2010 and 2012 he sat the Main Competition jury.



      Adriano Goldman
Brazilian cinematographer and director of music videos and commercials, born in Sao Paulo. His cinematography in Without Name by Cary Fukunagi won him an award at Sundance Festival. His credits also include such films as Closed Circuit by Johny Crowley, Jane Eyre by Cary Fukunagi or August: Osage County by John Welles. 
Adriano Goldman attended the Camerimage Festival in 2014. He was a member of the Directors’ Debut Competition jury. That year his cinematography in Trash by Stephen Daldry was evaluated in the Main Competition. 



      Gorka Gómez Andreu
Spanish cinematographer. A long-time collaborator of the director Miguel Ángel Jiménez, whit whom he has co-created Kinoskopik Film Production. He shot Jiménez`s first two feature length films: "Chaika" and "Ori". Before that they had been working together on several documentary and short films. His credits also include many other documentaries and short films, as well as TV series.
Gorka Gómez Andreu attended the Plus Camerimage festival in 2012. For his cinematography in “Chaika" he received the Grand Prix of the Cinematographers` Debuts Competition.



      Anne Goursaud
American editor and director, born in 1943. Graduate of the Sorbonne University in Paris and University of Columbia. She has collaborated with Francis Ford Coppola on such films as Dracula and One from the Heart. She has also edited Janusz Kamiński's films (Lost Souls) and Jack Nicholson's The Two Jakes. She directed several feature films, including Another 9 ½ Weeks and Poison Ivy II.
Anne Goursaud attended the Camerimage Festival in 1999, where she was a member of the Main Competition jury.



      Eduard Grau
Spanish cinematographer, born in 1981 in Barcelona. His body of work includes such films as Tom Ford's A Single Man, Rodrigo Cortes' Buried, Nick Murphy's The Awakening.
He attended eight editions of the Festival. In 2009, A Single Man was selected for the Main Competition. In the following year, he was distinguished with the Bronze Frog award for Buried. In 2012 he served on the jury of the Student Etudes Competition, and his cinematography in Dante Ariola`s Arthur Newman was presented as part of the special screenings. In 2015 the Main Competition featured Suffragette with his cinematography. 



      Jack N. Green
American cinematographer born in 1939, in San Francisco. Member of the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC). Long-time collaborator of Clint Eastwood, working with the director on such films as The Bridges of Madison Country, Space Cowboys, and A Perfect World. He was nominated for Academy Award for Eastwood's Unforgiven in 1993. He has also worked with Agnieszka Holland.
Jack Green attended the Camerimage Festival in 1997. He was member of the Main Competition jury, and conducted cinematography workshops.



      Adam Greenberg
American cinematographer of Polish descent. Born in 1939 in Krakow. Member of the ASC. In 1991, he was nominated for the Academy Award for Terminator 2: Judgment Day. He has collaborated with James Cameron on The Terminator. He is behind the cinematography of films such as Brett Ratner's Rush Hour, Jerry Zucker's Ghost, and Wisdom directed by Emilio Estevez. He has been nominated for the ASC award twice.
Adam Greenberg attended the Camerimage Festival in 2002, as a member of the Main Competition jury. That year special screenings featured Michael Lembeck's The Santa Claus 2 with his cinematography.



      Robbie Greenberg
American cinematographer born in New York. Member of the ASC. His career started with work on documentary films and low-budget productions. Winner of the Emmy awards for cinematography in Paul Mazursky's Winchell (1999), Martha Coolidge's Introducing Dorothy Dandrige (2000), and Mark Rydell's James Dean (2001). His work on Iron Jawed Angels, directed by Katja von Garnier, has been recognized with the ASC award. His body of work encompasses approximately thirty feature films.
Robbie Greenberg participated in the 14th and 15th editions of the Festival. In 2006, he was on the jury of the Polish Films Competition, and the following year he evaluated films selected for the Main Competition. His cinematography for Even Money competed for the Golden Frog award in 2006.



      Frank Griebe
German cinematographer, born in 1965 in Hamburg. Winner of the European Film Award for his work on Tom Tykwer's Perfume: The Story of the Murderer. His collaboration with this director resulted in such feature films as Heaven, The Princess and the Warrior, Three, Run Lola Run, and The International. He has also worked with other German filmmakers, including Doris Dorrie (Naked), and Leander Haussmann (Berlin Blues, NVA).
Frank Griebe has attended the Festival four times. In 2006, he received the Cinematographer-Director Duo award for his collaboration with Tom Tykwer. Three of their films have entered into the Main Competition. In 1998, it was Run Lola Run, in 2000, The Princess and the Warrior, and in 2011, Three. In 2006, Frank Griebe was one of the instructors of the student workshops. At the 20th edition of the festival Tom Tykwer`s and The Wachowskis` film Cloud Atas with Griebe`s cinematography participated in the Main Competition.



      Lawrence Grobel
A prominent American journalist and writer, born in 1948. He has been the contributing author of the biggest newspapers and magazines in the US, writing for The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly, and Reader's Digest. He is best known for his interviews with famous actors, such as Marlon Brando or Al Pacino. He has written books about the cinema and media, and biographies of many celebrities. He has run seminars concentrating on journalism and the art of interviews at colleges all over the world.
Lawrence Grobel has participated in eight editions of the Camerimage Festival so far. In 2007, he was member of the Main Competition jury, and in 2009, 2010, 2013 and 2016 he was on the jury of the Feature Length Documentary Films Competition. At the 19th Camerimage Festival, he evaluated entries for the Polish Films Competition, and in 2012 i 2014 he served on the jury of the Short Documentary Films Competition.



      Malwina Grochowska
Polish film critic. She was member of the jury of the International Federation of Film Critics FIPRESCI at, among others, Cannes Film Festival. Member of the Writing Section of the Polish Filmmakers Association. She contributes to Filmweb.pl, and collaborates with the monthly Kino. Published articles in Przekrój, Dialog, and Magazynie SFP.
Malwina Grochowska attended the 19th edition of the Plus Camerimage Festival, where she was on the jury of the Directors' Debut Competition.



      David Gropman 
American production designer, born in 1952 in Los Angeles. Two-time Oscar nominee for his work on The Cider House Rules by Lasse Hallström and Life of Pi by Ang Lee. With Hallström he has also collaborated on Chocolat, gaining the nomination for BAFTA Award. His credits also include such films as Marvin’s Room by Jarry Zacks, The Shipping News by Lasse Hallström or Doubt by John Patrick Shanley.
David Gropman attended the Camerimage festival in 2014, as a member of the Main Competition jury.



      Sturla Brandth Grøvlen 
Norwegian cinematographer, born in 1980 in Trondheim. Graduate of The National Film School of Denmark. He lives in Kopenhagen. His work include short films, as well as feature films, documentaries, commercials and music videos. Winner of the Silver Bear at the Berlin IFF in 2015 for his work on Victoria by Sebastian Schipper. He gained worldwide acclaim also thanks to the cinematography in Rams by Grímur Hákonarson. 
Sturla Brandt Grøvlen attended Camerimage Festival in 2015. He received the Silver Frog for his cinematography in Rams. He also conducted the Canon workshops the same year.

      Martin Gschlacht
Austrian cinematographer, and producer, born in 1969 in Vienna. Creator, and producer at Coop 99 Filmproduktion. His cinematographic credits include such films as Bakhtyar Khudojnazarov's Luna Papa, Barbara Albert's Free Radicals, Michael Glawogger's Slumming, Götz Spielmann's Revanche, Shirin Neshat's Women Without Men, and Karl Markovics' Breathing. His accolades include Austrian Film Award, and Revanche - which Gschlacht has photographed - was nominated for Oscar in the Best Foreign Language Film of the Year category.
Martin Gschlacht attended the 19th edition of the Plus Camerimage Festival, where his cinematography in Karl Markovics`s Breathing was featured in the Directors' Debut Competition. That year, he was on the jury of Cinematographers' Debut Competition.


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      Philipp Haberlandt
German cinematographer, born in 1979 in Berlin. Graduate of the German Filmacademy Baden-Württemberg. His cinematographic output includes such films as Hendrik Handloegten's Fieber, and Sechzehneichen, Sarah Judith Mettke's Trans papa or Mario Zozina's Emil Orange. He also filmed commercials for such companies as Adidas, MTV, and the Hamburg Philharmonic.
Philipp Haberlandt attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2010, where he was awarded Silver Tadpole for his cinematographic work in Gregor Erler's St. Chrisrophorus: Roadkill.



      Andrzej Haliński 
Polish production designer, born in 1945 in Cracow. An exceptionally experienced artist whose filmography contains over 60 feature films, as well as series and TV productions, including TV theatre shows. He has worked in Poland, the US, Canada, Mexico, and many European countries. Although he was educated as an architect, since the ’70s he has spent most of his time on film sets. He used to work with some of the most outstanding Polish directors, including Andrzej Wajda, Jerzy Hoffman, and Wojciech Jerzy Has. His filmography features films such as Mała matura 1947, C.K. Dezerterzy, and Excentrycy by Janusz Majewski, Stara baśń, Ogniem i mieczem, and 1920 Bitwa Warszawska by Jerzy Hoffman, Krzysztof Łukaszewicz’s Zyvie Belarus, Bodo Kox’s Dziewczyna z szafy, and Ryszard Bugajski’s Blindness – and those are only a few of the titles he has worked on. He contributed to the creation of Andrzej Wajda’s Ziemia obiecana. In 2012 he was awarded the Silver Medal for Merit to Culture – Gloria Artis. 
Andrzej Haliński attended the Camerimage Festival in 2016. He was a member of the Director’s Debut Competition’s jury and also, Ryszard Bugajski’s Blindeness with Haliński’s scenography was screened as a part of Polish Films Competition. 



      Conrad Hall
American cinematographer, born in 1926, in Papeete. Oscar nominee (10 times) and winner of three Oscars. He received the Academy Award for Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, American Beauty, and Road to Perdition. Conrad Hall did not live to receive this last award. He died in 2003, shortly before the Oscar ceremony.
He was awarded the Bronze Frog at the 2nd Camerimage Festival for Steven Zaillian's Searching for Bobby Fisher. In 1995, he was chairman of the Main Competition jury. The same year he received the Golden Frog Lifetime Achievement Award. A retrospective review of his work featured such films as The Day of the Locust, and Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. In 2002, he was nominated for Golden Frog award for his work on The Road to Perdition directed by Sam Mendes.



      Piers Handling
Director of Toronto International Film Festival. He began his career in Canadian Film Institute (CFI), where he held several positions, including deputy director. Lecturer of the history of film at universities in Ottawa and Kingston. He has been publishing the articles and reviews in film magazines for many years. He is the board member of Canadian Film Center and advisor to Canadian Minister of Culture. He has been distinguished with the French distinction “Chavalier des Arts et des Lettres" and awarded honorary doctorates of Ryerson, York and OCAD universities.
Piers Handling attended the Camerimage festival in 2012, when he was member of the Main Competition jury. In 2016 ha came as a curator of the "David Cronenberg. Evolution" exhibition. 



      Thomas Hardmeier 
Cinematographer of Swiss origin, born in 1965 in Zurich. Member of The French Society of Cinematographers, AFC. Winner of The César Award for his work on The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet by Jean-Pierre Jeunet. He was behind the cinematography of such films as Yves Saint Laurent and Headwinds by Jalil Lespert, Do Not Disturb by Yvan Attal or Intersections by David Marconi.
Thomas Hardmeier attended the Camerimage Festival in 2014. He was a member of the Directors’ Debut Competition jury. He was also awarded with the Main Prize in the 3D Feature Films Competition for The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet, and Yves Saint Laurent with his cinematography was presented in the European Panorama cycle.



      Ellen Harrington
American art curator. She has been working for Academy of Motion Picture Art and Science for many years, organizing dozens of exhibitions, screenings and educational programs on the subject of cinema. Currently, she is also the Director of Exhibitions and Collections for the forthcoming Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles.
Ellen Harrington attended the Camerimage festival in 2014.  She was a member of the Polish Films Competition jury.



      Ed Harris
American actor, and director, born in 1950 in Tenafly, New Jersey. Rose to critical acclaim with Philip Kaufman's The Right Stuff. His body of work encompasses such productions as James Cameron's Abyss, David Hugh Jones' Jacknife, Ron Howard's Apollo 13, and Beautiful Mind, and Agnieszka Holland's Copying Beethoven. Winner of four Academy Award nomination for his performance in Stephen Daldry's Hours, Pollock, which he also directed. He also won the Golden Globe for supporting role in Peter Weir's Truman Show. Harris has also received Screen Actors Guild Award, and two nominations for BAFTA, Emmy, and Saturn, and three nominations for the Satellite Award.
Ed Harris attended the Camerimage Festival in 2000.



      Hal Hartley
American director, screenwriter, and producer, born in 1959 in Lindenhurst in New York. His body of work includes such films as The Unbelievable Truth, Trust, Henry Fool, The Book of Life, Amateur, No Such Thing, The Girl From Monday, Simple Men, Surviving Desire, and Meanwhile. Winner of two nominations for the main prize at Sundance Festival, Hartley has also participated in the Main Competition at Cannes. Winner of Palme d'Or for Best Screenplay (Henry Fool).
Hal Hartley attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2011, where a retrospective of his works was held.



      Anselm Hartmann
German cinematographer, born in 1986 in Berlin. Graduate of the Filmacademy Vienna (Institut für Film und Fernsehen). His body of work encompasses short films, music videos & commercials.
At the 2013 edition of the Camerimage Festival, he was awarded with the Bronze Tadpole for his cinematography in The Funeral of Harald Kramer by Marc Schlegel. His next etude - The Jacket - was presented in the Students Etude Competition in 2014. 



      Natalia Hatalska
Expert on alternative forms of communication in marketing, graduate of London Business School, Joseph Conrad Scholarship holder. In 2005-2009 head of the Communication Department at Wirtualna Polska. Lecturer at several universities in Poland. She is known as the author of a popular blog devoted to advertising, which was recognized with Blog of the Year award in the Professional category in competition organized by Onet.
Natalia Hatalska attended the Camerimage festival in 2012, 2013 and 2014. She served as a member of the Advertising Spots Competition jury.



      Rutger Hauer
Film, and theatre actor of Dutch descent, born in 1944 in Breukelen. One of the most recognizable actors of modern cinema. His first success came with the Oscar-nominated Paul Verhoeven's Turks Fruit. Recipient of Golden Globe for his role in Jack Gold's television film Escape from Sobibor, nominated for the same award for Fatherland and Saturn for his performance in Ridley Scott's Blade Runner. The last role has consolidated his position in Hollywood. His most well known films are Bruce Malmuth's Nighthawks, Robert Rodriguez's Sin City, Christopher Nolan's Batman Begins or George Clooney's Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. He also starred in Lech Majewski's The Mill and the Cross (2011), in which he played the Dutch painter, Peter Breughel.
Rutger Hauer attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2009, and Plus Camerimage Winners Show in 2011. The Festival guests could see his films many times. The following pictures were featured in the Main Competition: Simon Magus (1999), Bridge Flight (2009), and The Mill and the Cross (2011). The Hitcher was shown as part of John Seale's retrospective, and The Legend of the Holy Drinker - during Dante Spinotti's.


      Todd Haynes
American director, born in 1961 in Los Angeles. Poison was his first feature length movie, for which he received the Grand Jury Prize in the Dramatic category at Sundance Festival, and to this day is considered a ground-breaking work of the New Queer Cinema genre. Haynes' subsequent films are Safe and Velvet Goldmine, for which he was awarded the Cannes Palme d'Or for Best Artistic Contribution. Far From Heaven, created in collaboration with Ed Lechman, is his most acclaimed film that has won the Golden Satellite Award, and nominations for Oscar, Golden Globe, Golden Lion, and Writers Guild of America Award. Subsequent collaborations of the duo resulted in I'm Not There, and the TV mini-series Mildred Pierce, nominated for Emmy, PGA Award, and Writers Guild of America Award.
Todd Haynes attended Plus Camerimage in 2011, where he, and Ed Lachman were distinguished with the Cinematographer-Director Duo Award. Also, a retrospective of their films was held.



      David "Buzz" Hays 
American producer and stereographer. One of the world’s leading experts in stereoscopy. He is a founding chairman of the Advance Imaging and 3D Society and the founder of True Image Company. He has worked for such companies as Disney, Paramount Pictures and. Warner Bros., making The Amazing Spider-Man, The Great Gatsby and Life of Pi. He has been conducting workshops and trainings about 3D and sound technology at a number of film and TV institution worldwide.
David “Buzz” Hays attended the Camerimage Festival in 2015. He was a member of the 3D Films Competition jury.

 
 

      Jenny He
American film curator. She has organized numerous exhibitions for such institutions as the Museum of Modern Art, the 92Y Tribeca Gallery, Museum of Moving Image and Max Ernst Museum. Her most valued exhibitions include projects devoted to the work of Kathryn Bigelow and Tim Burton. She has frequently served as a jury member at film festivals in the US and outside its borders.
Jenny He attended the Camerimage Festival in 2015. She was a member of the Director’s Debut Competition jury.


      Alan Heim
American film editor, born in 1936 in New York. Winner of the Oscar Academy Award an BAFTA Award for editing “All that Jazz" by Bob Fosse, he was also recognized with Oscar and BAFTA nominations for Sidney Lumet`s “Network". He is a three time recipient of the Eddie Award, presented by American Cinema Editors. His body of work includes also “The Sea Gull" by Sidney Lumet, “Star 80" and “Lenny" by Bob Fosse, “Valmont" by Milos Forman, “American History X" by Tony Kaye or “The Notebook" by Nick Cassavetes. In 2004-2008 he was the president of American Cinema Editors, and he was re-elected in 2012.
Alan Heim attended the Plus Camerimage festival in 2012. He was the chairman of the Polish Films Competition jury. He has also participated in Plus Camerimage Winners Show twice.



      Nadav Hekselman
Israeli cinematographer born in 1980. Graduate of the Department of Film and Television at University of Tel Aviv. His body of work includes films such as Leon Geller's, and Marcus Vetter's The Heart of Jenin, which won the German Film Award. He also created numerous music videos, commercials, and shorts.
Nadav Hekselman attended three editions of the Camerimage so far. At the 16th edition of the Festival, he was awarded a Brown Tadpole for his etude Roads. In 2013 his cinematography in Adam Sanderson's Funeral at Moon was featured in Cinematographer's Debut Competition, and two years leater the first edition of the First Look: TV Pilots Competition featured Sirens: The Sinking Woman with his cinematography. In 2016, the same competition featured his cinematography in the first episode of False Flag.



      Tim Hetherington
British journalist, photographer, and cinematographer, born in 1970 in Liverpool. Best known for his documentary film Restrepo, which was nominated for Oscar, Directors Guild of America Award, and won the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance in 2010. Killed in 2011 Libya while filming conflict there.
In 2010, he was awarded the Golden Frog at theCamerimage Festival in the Feature Length Documentary Film Competition for his cinematographic work in Restrepo.



      Arthur Hiller
Canadian director, producer, and actor, born in 1923 in Edmonton. Arthur Hiller won a nomination for Oscar, and was awarded a Golden Globe for his direction of the legendary melodrama Love Story. His body of work also includes a Silver Bear, and a nomination for Emmy. His filmography, apart from the famous Love Story, encompasses such productions as Hospital, The Lonely Guy, See No Evil, Hear No Evil, or Babe. Hiller also directed more than a dozen of series.
Arthur Hiller attended the Camerimage Festival in 1994, where he was awarded a Special Medal for Immense Contribution to the Development of Camerimage Festival.



      Michael Hoffman
American director and scriptwriter, born in 1956 in Hawaii. His film “Restoration” was screened in the Main Competition of Berlinale in 1995. He gained worldwide acclaim thanks to such films as “The Last Station” with Hellen Mirren, “Gambit” with Colin Firth and Cameron Diaz and “Promised Land” with Meg Ryan and Kiefer Sutherland. “The Last Station” brought him a nomination to the Independent Spirit Award
Michael Hoffman attended the Camerimage Festival in 2015. He chaired the jury of the Main Competition and he was also one of the experts of the Talent Demo program.



      Adam Holender
Polish cinematographer who has been working in the USA for a number of years. Born in 1937, in Kraków, he graduated from the PWSFTviT in Łódź. He was the director of photography of the Oscar-winning Midnight Cowboy, directed by John Schlesinger. He has also cooperated with Paul Newman, Wayne Wang, and Agnieszka Holland (on To Kill a Priest).
Adam Holender has participated in nine editions of the Festival. He has been on the festival jury four times. In 1994 , 2003, and 2013 he evaluated films in the Main Competition, and in 2011, in the Student Etudes Competition. In 2007, at the 15th Plus Camerimage Festival he received the Special Award for Polish Cinematographer for Immense Contribution to the Art of Film in recognition of his artistic achievements. In 1995, his cinematography in Paul Auster's Smoke was entered into the Main Competition. The 1994 Camerimage Festival special screenings featured Fresh and Midnight Cowboy. The 2003 retrospective review of films by graduates of the Film School in Łódź included Adam Holender and Andrzej Ramlaum's film, Picasso's Three Musicians. In 2012 he was one of the Talent Demo experts.



      Agnieszka Holland
Polish director and screenwriter born in 1948, in Warsaw. Three-time Oscar nominee, for Angry Harvest (1985), Europe, Europe (1991), and In Darkness (2011). Her body of work as a director and scriptwriter encompasses several dozen films. She has received awards at the most important national and international film festivals, including Cannes, San Sebastian, Las Vegas and Gdańsk. She has been recognized for her achievements with numerous distinctions, such as the Commander's Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta, and the Gloria Artis Gold Medal for Contributors to Polish Culture.
Agnieszka Holland has attended the Camerimage Festival three times. In 1997, she chaired the Main Competition jury. In 2003, she received the General Sponsor (at the time it was called Atlas) Award for Promoting Polish Culture Abroad. Agnieszka Holland's films have often been selected for festival competitions. Copying Beethoven was screened at a special opening gala of the 14th edition of the Festival in 2006, and in 2011 Jolanta Dylewska received the Golden Frog for cinematography in Agnieszka Holland's In Darkness.



      Johan Holmquist
Swedish cinematographer, born in 1979 in Stockholm. He studied at the Swedish University College of Film. He was nominated for a student Oscar for his camerawork on Karzan Kader's Bekas, he also won accolades at the Swedish Film Festival. He also created cinematography for documentary films, features, and commercials, such as Mats Arehn's Bäst före, Therese Andrén's Confessions, or Calle Åstrand's Visfetivalen.
Johan Holmquist attended the Plus Camerimage Festival three times. In 2010, Bekas brought him a Bronze Tadpole.



      Gustaw Holoubek
Polish stage and screen actor, director, and teacher. Born in 1923, in Krakow. One of the greatest Polish actors. Winner of numerous theatre and television awards; recipient of national distinctions. His credits include numerous theatre and television roles - he appeared in several hundred plays, cooperating with major Polish theatres. His role of Konrad-Gustaw in Kazimierz Dejmek's Forefathers' Eve is considered a classic. His filmography is equally impressive, consisting of fifty titles. He debuted on screen in the Soldier of Victory (1953). He collaborated with such filmmakers as Wojciech Jerzy Has (Noose, Farewells, The Hourglass Sanatorium), Janusz Morgenstern (Opening Tomorrow), Tadeusz Konwicki (How Far, How Near, Lava), Jerzy Kawalerowicz (The Game), Jerzy Hoffman (Colonel Wolodyjowski), Kazimierz Kutz (Salt of the Black Earth), Volker Schlöndorff (The Tin Drum), and many more. He was also elected to the Sejm, and the Senate. Died in 2008.
Gustaw Holoubek participated in the Camerimage Festival in 2005. He received the Special Camerimage Lifetime Achievement Award from Cinematographers to an Actor with Unique Visual Sensitivity. The Festival audience could admire his performance in films presented during special screenings: How Far, How Near, The Saragossa Manuscript, and The Office.



      Ryszard Horowitz
Renowned photocomposer and photographer born in 1939, in Krakow. Currently US-based. Graduate of the Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. One of the founders of the Advertising Photographers Association (APA). Horowitz is famous for his original photographic experiments, frequently based on digital processing. He has received numerous awards in recognition of his input into the development of photography and his artistic achievements. They include such distinguished awards as the Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland, and the Gloria Artis Gold Medal for contributors to Polish culture.
Ryszard Horowitz has participated in seven editions of the Festival. In 1993, 2008 and 2014 he was member of the Main Competition jury. He created the poster for the 1st edition of the Festival. In 1994, the 2nd Festival edition featured the first exhibition of Ryszard Horowitz's photographs in Poland. His photographs were also presented during the 22nd edition on the exhibition entitled "RH75".



      Albert Hughes
American director, screenwriter, and producer, born in 1972 in Detroit. Together with his twin brother Allen, they are known as the Hughes brothers. In 1993, they were nominated for the Independent Spirit award for their debut film Menace II Society. Their subsequent films won them nominations at Karlovy Vary and Sundance film festivals. Best known for The Book of Eli starring Denzel Washington and Gary Oldman or From Hell starring Johnny Deep, and Heather Graham.
Albert Hughes attended six editions of the Camerimage Festival so far. In 2010 and 2012 he was on the jury of the Polish Films Competition, and in 2011, 2013 and 2014- Directors` Debut Competition. At the 20th and 22nd edition he was also one of the Talent Demo experts.



      Sin Huh
Cinematographer. His filmography includes such pictures as Sarah Winkenstette's Free Rein, and Gekidnapped, and Juliane Engelmann's Scars in Concrete. Max Zähle's Raju - a film he has worked on - won an Oscar nomination for Best Short Film, Live Action.
Sin Huh attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2011, where he was awarded a Bronze Tadpole for the etude Raju.



      Jean Michel Humeau
French cinematographer, member of the French Society of Cinematographers (AFC). His achievements in the art of cinematography have brought him Golden Lion Award at Venice Festival (for Ainsi Soit-Il), the Award of Youth at Cannes 94 for L`enfant Lion and several other awards. Cinematographer of over a dozen feature films, mostly French.
In 1998, he was member of two juries: the Main Competition jury, as well as that of Student Etudes Competition. He attended Camerimage Festival also in 1995.



      Isabelle Huppert
Isabelle Huppert was born in 1953, in Paris. She studied at the Conservatoire de Versailles, where she won a prize for her performance in Alfred de Musset's Caprice. This allowed her to continue her education in the Parisian Conservatoire National Superieur d'Art Dramatique. She debuted in 1971, quickly becoming one of the greatest actresses of her generation. Her credits include The Lacemaker, directed by Claude Goretta (she won the BAFTA award for her role), and Jean-Luc Goddard's Slow Motion. She is famous for portraying complex women personalities in Gabrielle (by Patrice Chéreau), 8 Women (by François Ozon), and The Pianist (by Michael Haneke). That last role has earned her the Golden Palm of Cannes, and nominations for the César award and the European Film Award.
She attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2008, when she received the Krzysztof Kieślowski Award. The Pianist, starring Isabelle Huppert, competed for the Golden Frog award in 2001.



      Tuomo Hutri
Finnish cinematographer, born in 1973 in Hyvinkää. He is a graduate of the University of Art and Design in Helsinki (UIAH), he has more than fifteen years’ experience working on documentaries, features, and commercials in Finland as well as abroad. His work has frequently been reviewed at the Camerimage Festival, notably for his student etudes, documentaries, and his film shown in the Main Competition, Letters to Father Jacob, directed by Klaus Härö. He also worked with the latter on the set of The Fencer. His filmography includes titles such as Jukka-Pekka Valkeapää’s The Visitor and Aku Louhimies’ Naked Harbour.
Tuomo Hutri has attended the festival many times since he was a student. In 2016 he was a member of the jury of the Director’s Debut Competition. 

  
 
 
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      Sławomir Idziak
Polish cinematographer born in 1945, in Katowice. Graduate of the PWSFTviT in Łódź, he has worked on several dozen films. He has also won recognition as screenplay writer and director. Idziak has cooperated with some of the most prominent figures of the Polish cinema. They include Andrzej Wajda (The Wedding and The Orchestra Conductor), Krzysztof Kieślowski (A Short Film About Killing, Three Colors: Blue), and Krzysztof Zanussi (Imperative, The Quarterly Balance and others). He has been successfully working in the United States. In 2002, he received an Oscar nomination for Best Cinematography in Ridley Scott's Black Hawk Down.
Sławomir Idziak is a frequent visitor of the Festival. In 1993, he was member of the Main Competition jury. He has been nominated for Golden Frog award several times: in 2002, for Black Hawk Down, and in 2004, for Krzysztof Zanussi's Paradigma. In 2007 and 2008, he presided over the jury at the Nokia Movie Competition. In 2012 he served on the jury of the Student Etudes Competition. Since 2003 Sławomir Idziak has conducted the Festival's cinematography workshops several times (including Arri workshops). The films with his cinematography have frequently been featured in the Main Competition, as well as in retrospective reviews. In 2016 he led the seminar entitled "Charmed by Kieslowski". In 2013 he was presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award.



      Bartek Ignaciuk
Polish director, born in 1972. His most widely recognized film is Hamster, which was nominated for the Polish Short Film Competition at the New Horizons film festival. He directed the popular TV series Usta Usta. Enjoying recognition as a director of commercials, he was recognized at the Commercials Creators Club Festival two times.
In 2010, the attended the Plus Camerimage Festival. He won the Best Music Video award for Kora's “Zabawa w chowanego".



      Jeremy Irons
British film, and theatre actor, born in 1948 in Cowes. He began his career on the stage of the Bristol Theatre, later on he joined the troupe of the prestigious Royal Shakespeare Company in London. His filmography includes such productions as Karl Reisz's French Lieutenant's Woman, Roland Joffé's The Mission, David Cronenberg's Dead Ringers, Bernardo Bertolucci's Stealing Beauty, J.C. Chandor's Margin Call. Winner of Academy Award for Best Actor in Leading Role in Barbet Schroeder's Reversal of Fortune. His acting skills were also recognized with two Golden Globes, two Emmys, Screen Actors Guild Award, Film Independent Award, and nominations for BAFTA, and Golden Satellite.
He attended the Camerimage Festival in 1997.



      James Ivory
American director and scriptwriter, born in 1928 in Berkeley. A three-time Oscar nominee. The American Film Academy has recognized his directing skills in The Remains of the Day, Howards End, and A Room with a View. Ivory's films have won Oscars, and Oscar nominations in various categories, e.g. recognizing Ivory's long-time collaborator - screenwriter Ruth Jhabvala. James Ivory has also been nominated for awards at the festivals in Berlin, Cannes, and Venice. He has successfully adapted Henry James' novels: A Room with a View, The Bostonians, and The Europeans. His body of work encompasses approximately thirty films. He has been awarded an honorary doctorate from Bard's College in New York.
The director attended the Camerimage Festival in 2003. That year he chaired the Main Competition jury, and received a Lifetime Achievement Award for the Director with Unique Visual Sensitivity. Howards End was selected for the Main Competition at the 1st edition of the Festival. Special screenings featured such films as Jefferson in Paris (1995), and Le Divorce (2003).


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      Irène Jacob
French stage and screen actress, born in 1966, in Suresnes. Her cinema debut was Luis Malle's Goodbye, Children. Best known for her roles in Krzysztof Kieślowski's Three Colors: Red, and The Double Life of Véronique. She has also played in Agnieszka Holland's The Secret Garden. She received the Golden Palm in Cannes in 1991 for her role in The Double Life of Véronique. She has been nominated for the César award twice.
Irène Jacob participated in the Camerimage Festival in 2002, when she received the Krzysztof Kieślowski Award. In 1994, Three Colors: Red starring Irène Jacob was selected for the Main Competition.



      Minka Jakerson
Swedish director and cinematographer, born in 1978. Graduate of the Edinburgh College of Art. Her directorial credits include short feature and documentary films, such as The Yearning Room, Facing Time or The Dollar Bill. As a cinematographer she worked on such films as “She Male Snails", “Three Steps to Paradise", “Homeless", “Nobody Passes Perfectly" or “One Day". For her cinematography in “She Male Snails" (dir. Ester Martin Bergsmark) she received the Kodak Vision Award at Gothenburg International Film festival in 2012.
Minka Jakerson has attended two editions of the Camerimage festival so far. In 2012 she was awarded with the Special Mention in the Feature Length Documentary Films Competition for her cinematography in “She Male Snails". In 2010 “Homeless" with her cinematography was presented in the Short Documentary Films Competition, and two years before, “One Day" was screened in the Documentary Films Competition. In 2014 her cinematography in Ester Martin Bergsmark's Something Must Break was presented in the Cinematographer's Debuts Competition. 



      Krystyna Janda
Polish film, and theatre actress, born in 1952 in Starachowice. Founder, and director of Polonia Theatre. Graduate of The Aleksander Zelwerowicz Theatre Academy in Warsaw. She made her stage debut in Chekhov's Three Sisters (dir. Aleksander Bardini). First appeared in film in Andrzej Wajda's Man of Marble, and continued her collaboration with this director in such productions as The Conductor, Without Anesthesia, or Man of Iron. Her artistic body of work spans over 80 Polish and international films, including Waldemar Krzystek's Dismissed from Life, Krzysztof Zanussi Life As a Fatal Sexually Transmitted Disease, Robert Gliński's The Call of the Toad, and Borys Lankosz's Reverse. Her performance in Ryszard Bugajski's Interrogation won her a Palme d'Or at Cannes. Her acting skills were recognized with five Golden Duck Awards, four nominations for the Eagle Award, and the European Film Award. At the Gdynia Festival, she received the Golden Lion Award, and an Individual Award for Best Female Leading Role, and Best Acting Performance.
She attended four edition of the Plus Camerimage Festival. At the 16th edition of the Festival, she received the Award for the Contribution to the Art of Cinematography on behalf of her late husband, Edward Kłosiński.



      Jim Jarmusch
American director, scriptwriter, actor, and producer. Born in 1953, in Akron. He is considered one of the greatest independent cinema filmmakers. He debuted in 1980 with Permanent Vacation. His credits include more than a dozen films, mostly critically acclaimed. His filmography features such films as Down the Law, Night on Earth, Dead Man, Coffee and Cigarettes, and Broken Flowers. He has been recognized with distinctions at the major film festivals', including those in Cannes, Locarno, and Sundance.
In 1998, at the 6th Camerimage Festival, Jim Jarmusch received the Cinematographer-Director Duo special award for his collaboration with Robby Müller. Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai was selected for the Main Competition in 1999. Several of his productions were featured in Robby Müller's retrospective review in 2006.



      Andrzej J. Jaroszewicz
Polish cinematographer born in 1938, in Biała Podlaska. Graduate of the PWSTiF in Łódź. President of the Polish Society of Cinematographers. He has worked on such films as Jerzy Kawalerowicz's Quo Vadis?, and Krzysztof Kieślowski's Decalogue VIII. He won critical acclaim for his collaboration with Andrzej Żuławski, including features such as On the Silver Globe, Boris Godounov, The Blue Note, and Szamanka.
Andrzej Jaroszewicz is one of the patrons of the Plus Camerimage Festival. He has attended the Festival thirteen times already. He was member of the Main Competition jury at the 4th edition. He also sat the Technical Award jury in 2004. In 2002, he received a Cinematographer-Director Duo Special Award for his cooperation with Andrzej Żuławski. Films with his cinematography have often been featured in special screenings, and in Andrzej Żuławski's retrospective review organized in 2008 (which included Szamanka, On the Silver Globe, and The Public Woman).



      Norman Jewison
American director and film producer of Canadian origin. Born in 1926 in Toronto. A seven-time Academy Award nominee - in the capacity of a director or a producer. His films have earned him a total of 12 Oscars. He has been nominated for the BAFTA and Golden Globes awards, as well as the Special Prize at the Berlin Film Festival. He started his career in the 1950s, and has since created several dozen feature films, including The Russians Are Coming, In the Heat of the Night, A Soldier's Story, Moonstruck, and musicals: Jesus Christ Superstar and Fiddler on the Roof.
Norman Jewison attended the Camerimage Festival in 1999. He received the Special Award for Director with Unique Visual Sensitivity, and special screenings featured his film In the Heat of the Night.



      Roland Joffé
British director, born in 1945 in London. Initially directed television series, but since the 1980s, he has focused his attention on feature films. Two of his early films have brought him critical acclaim: The Killing Fields (1984) and The Mission (1986). He was nominated for Academy Awards and the BAFTA awards for both these films. His credits include Fat Man and Little Boy, City of Joy, and The Scarlet Letter. His films have often been nominated for Golden Globes and distinctions at the Cannes and Berlin film festivals.
Roland Joffé has attended the Camerimage Festival three times. In 1999, he received the Special Award for Director with Unique Visual Sensitivity. Robert Fraisse won the Silver Frog award for cinematography to Joffé's movie, Vatel, at the 8th edition of the Festival. The 1993 World Panorama featured his City of Joy, and in 1999 Goodbye Lover was presented at special screenings. In 2014 he chaired the jury of the Main Competition.



      Neil Jordan
Irish novelist, scriptwriter, and director. Born in 1950 in Sligo. Winner of the Academy Award for the script of The Crying Game. Known for films about Ireland, which include the Oscar-winning The Crying Game, as well as The Butcher Boy, and Michael Collins. He has also worked in the US, where he has made Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles. His credits include Ondine, Breakfast on Pluto, and The Brave One. Among his many distinctions, there are awards of the film festivals in Cannes, Venice, and Berlin.
Neil Jordan participated in the Camerimage Festival in 2002, where he received the Special Award for Director with Unique Visual Sensitivity. The Crying Game was featured in the World Panorama cycle at the 1st Camerimage Festival, and The Good Thief was presented during special screenings at the 10th Camerimage Festival.



      Sebastian Junger
American war journalist and documentary filmmaker, born in 1962 in Belmont. Author of the famous documentary film Restrepo, for which he was nominated for Oscar and the Directors Guild of America Award in the Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary. Recipient of the Grand Jury Prize for best documentary at Sundance.
He received the Grand Prix in the Feature Length Documentary Films Competition at the 2010 edition of the Plus Camerimage Festival for Restrepo.




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      Mahmoud Kalari
Iranian cinematographer, born in 1952 in Tehran. In 1980, The Times singled him out as one of the 15 world's best cinematographers. Debuted on the big screen with Jodehay Sard. His portfolio includes such films as Mohsen Makhmalbaf's Nun va Goldoon, and Gabbeh, and Abbas Kiarostami's Bad ma ra khahad bord. His output includes cinematography for films such as A Separation, that won the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, as well as a Golden Globe, Golden Bear, César, National Society of Film Critics and Film Independent awards.
He attended the Camerimage Festival three times. At the 7th edition of the Festival, his The wind will carry us was selected for the Main Competition. In 2000, he was on the jury of the Main Competition, and the Student Etudes Competition. In 2011, recognized for his cinematographic work on A Separation with the Silver Frog Award in the Main Competition.



      Janusz Kamiński
Polish cinematographer and director, born in 1959 in Zębice. A two-time Best Cinematography Oscar winner: for Steven Spielberg's Schindler's List (1993) and for Saving Private Ryan (1998). He has also collaborated with Spielberg on other films, such as A.I. Artificial Intelligence, War of the Worlds, and The Lost World: Jurassic Park. He has been nominated for the Academy Award for his work on The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (directed by Julian Schnabel), and Spielberg's Amistad and War Horse. His directing credits include such films as Lost Souls and Hania.
Janusz Kamiński has attended four editions of the Festival. In 2002, he received the General Sponsor - Atlas Award for the Promotion of Polish Culture Abroad. At the 15th Plus Camerimage Festival, he won the Golden Frog for his work on The Diving Bell and the Butterfly. That year, the opening ceremony featured Hania, a film directed by Kamiński. His cinematography for Saving Private Ryan was selected for the Main Competition in 1998, and in 2008, the audience of the special screenings could see Schindler's List. In 2015 the latest film by Steven Spielberg Bridge of Spies with Kamiński's cinematography was screened during the Opening Ceremony of the festival. 



      Janusz Kaniewski
Polish graphic artist and designer, born in 1974 in Warsaw. Member of the elite group of European designers of concepts vehicles of the future. The only Pole designing for Ferrari and Pininfarina design company. He was a lecturer at Instituto Europeo di Design in Turin and Royal College of Art in London. “Forbes" magazine found him one of the most creative people in Poland. Curator of the Gdynia Design Days. He cooperated with the United Nations, he was also an advisor to the president of Gdynia. Died in 2015.
Janusz Kaniewski attended the Camerimage festival in 2012 and 2013. He was member of the Advertising Spots Competition jury.



      Kazimierz Karabasz
Polish documentary filmmaker. Born in 1930, in Bydgoszcz. Considered one of the greatest creators of the Polish documentary films, he has been a mentor and source of inspiration for many. A lecturer at the PWSFTviT (The Polish National Film, Television and Theatre School) in Łódź. In 1992, he became a professor. The Musicians (1960), his best known film, won the film festivals of Venice and Krakow. He received the Golden Hobby-Horse at the Krakow Film Festival for The Year of Frank W. He has also directed feature films, including the Golden Lions-nominee A Looming Shadow. Recipient of several national distinctions, including the Gloria Artis Gold Medal for Contributors to Polish culture.
Kazimierz Karabasz attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2008. That year he received the Award For Outstanding Achievements In Documentary Filmmaking. Several of his films have been featured in the special screening called “Milestones of Polish Artistic Documentary Film".



      Nicolas Karakatsanis
Belgian cinematographer. His oeuvre includes such films as Linkerover, Lost Persons Area, and The Extraordinary Life of Rocky.
In 2009, Hickey Underworld's music video Blonde Fire with his cinematography won the Best Music Video award.



      Aki Kaurismäki
Finnish director, scriptwriter, and producer. Born in 1957 in Orimattila. Recognized at the film festivals in Cannes, San Sebastian, and Venice, he has also won the Finnish Jussi award. He debuted in the early 1980s with the film version of Crime and Punishment. Literary inspirations are also visible in such films as Hamlet Goes Business, The Match Factory Girl, or La Vie de Bohème. The director is also known for Leningrad Cowboys Go America, Juha, The Man Without a Past, Lights in the Dusk, and many others. He has also appeared in some of his films as an actor. He owns a production company with his brother Mika.
Aki Kaurismäki has participated in two editions of the Camerimage Festival. In 2004, he received the Cinematographer-Director Duo Award, for his collaboration with Timo Salminen. His productions have often been selected for the Main Competition. It was Juha in 1999, in 2002, The Man Without a Past, and in 2011, Le Havre. The European Panorama featured Bad Family in 2010, and Drifting Clouds in 1996.



      Stephen Keith-Roach
American cinematographer working primarily on commercials and music videos. He began his filmmaking adventure with the Pink Panther series, but was not involved in any camera work until Stephen Frears' " My Beautiful Laundrette". As a music video artist he collaborated with Elton John, Robbie Williams, Tina Turner, Spice Girls, Jamiroquai and U2. He shots spots for Amnesty International, being himself involved in charity work. Some of his commercials were commissioned by the world's leading brands. Stephen Keith-Roach was a guest of Camerimage festival in 2013. He sat on the jury of the Music Videos Competition.



      Grzegorz Kędzierski
Polish cinematographer born in 1949, in Warsaw. Graduate of the PWSFTviT in Łódź, lecturer at several arts schools in Poland and abroad. One of the co-founders of the Polish Society of Cinematographers (PSC). His body of work encompasses several dozen films, including Jerzy Hoffman's With Fire and Sword, Jacek Bromski's The Art of Loving, and Stanisław Różewicz's The Night Time Guest. His collaboration with Wojciech Jerzy Has has resulted in such films as The Tribulations of Baltazar Kober, Memoirs of a Sinner, and Write and Fight.
Grzegorz Kędzierski has attended the Festival six times so far. In 1998, during the 6th edition, he was a member of the Main Competition and Student Etudes Competition jury.



      Dorota Kędzierzawska
Polish director and scriptwriter, born in 1957 in Łódź. Graduate of the PWSFTviT (The Polish National Film, Television and Theatre School) in Łódź. Recipient of the Golden Lion and the Eagle awards, and winner of numerous distinctions at the film festivals in Cannes and Berlin. She debuted in the early 1980s. Her credits include such films as Devils, Devils, Nothing, Crows, I Am, Time to Die, and Tomorrow will be Better. She has also acted as a scriptwriter and editor of her own films.
Dorota Kędzierzawska has attended ten editions of the Festival so far. In 2005, I Am received Honourable Mention to the Polish Film from International Board of Professionals. Artur Reinhart, the cinematographer behind many of Kędzierzawska's films, received the Golden Frog award in 1994 for his work on Crows. Films by this duo have been selected for the Main Competition. It was Nothing in 1998; in 2005, I Am; in 2007, Time to Die. At the 18th Festival, Tomorrow Will Be Better was featured in the Polish Films Competition.



      Victor J. Kemper
American cinematographer born in 1927, in Newark, New Jersey. A long-time member of the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC), he has been its president twice. He received an Emmy Award for his work on the popular television series, Kojak. He has been the cinematographer in several dozen films, cooperating with such directors as Arthur Hill and Tim Burton.
Victor J. Kemper has attended the Camerimage Festival four times. He was a jury member during the 1st edition, as the president of the ASC. In 2000, at the 8th edition, he received the Special Medal for Immense Contribution to the Development of Camerimage Festival. In 1997, he was one of the film workshops' instructors.



      Jan Kidawa-Błoński
Polish director, screenwriter, and producer, born in 1953 in Chorzów. Debuted in 1984 with Three Feet Above the Ground, that was recognized at numerous Polish cinematic reviews, and was nominated for The Golden Lions. His output includes such films as Man's Business, Destined for Blues, and Little Rose. Almost all of his pictures were selected for the main competition at Gdynia Film Festival, but it was in 2010 that he received the Golden Lions for Little Rose. The same movie has won him a nomination for the Eagle award.
In 2010, he was distinguished with the Best Polish Film award at the Plus Camerimage Festival. He attended the 21st edition of the Festival, where Polish Films Competition featured his film “In hiding".



      Krzysztof Kieślowski
Polish director, and screenwriter, born in 1941 in Warsaw. Graduate of The Polish National Film, Television and Theatre School in Łódź, Kieślowski's accolades include European Film Award, Golden Lion in Venice, Golden Lion in Gdańsk. He also received awards at Mannheim, Moscow, Chicago, and Vancouver festival. He began his career as a documentary filmmaker, most prominent of them being Curriculum Vitae, From a Night Porter's Point of View. His feature filmography encompasses such productions as Camera Buff, Blind Chance, The Double Life of Veronique, Decalogue cycle, or the Three Colours trilogy. Died in 1996 in Warsaw.
Krzysztof Kieślowski attended the Camerimage Festival in 1994, and 1995. In 1994, his Three Colours: Red was featured in the Main Competition. In 2008, three of his films - From the City of Łódź, Hospital, and Talking Heads - were screened as part of the Milestones of Polish Artistic Documentary Films presentation. That year, the Festival audience could also see his Three Colours: White during Edward Kłosiński's retrospective. Since 2002, a distinction bearing his name is awarded at the Festival. Its recipients include Irene Jacob, Ralph Fiennes or Charlize Theron.



      Val Kilmer
American actor, born in 1959 in Los Angeles. He is one of the most popular Hollywood artists. Since his debut in the 1980s, he has played in several dozen films. Best known for his roles in such films as Tony Scott's Top Gun, Ron Howard's Willow, Oliver Stone's The Doors (as Jim Morrison), Michael Mann's Heat, Joel Schumacher's Batman Forever, and Shane Black's Kiss Kiss Bang Bang.
Val Kilmer attended the Camerimage Festival in 2005. He received the Special Award from Cinematographers to an Actor with Unique Visual Sensitivity. In 2004, Oliver Stone's Alexander with his role was selected for the Main Competition. Special screenings featured Masked and Anonymous (2003), and Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005).



      Lilly Kilvert
American production designer, born in 1950 in Providence. A two-time Academy Award for Best Art Direction nominee: for Edward Zwick's Legends of the Fall (1995) and The Last Samurai (2003). She has also created set decorations for such films as To Live and Die in LA (directed by William Friedkin), and City of Angels (directed by Brad Silberling). She has collaborated with the most prominent American cinematographers, including Roger Deakins, and John Bailey.
Lilly Kilvert has attended the Festival seven times. She first visited us in 2006, when she was among the jurors of the Student Etudes Competition. She also performed that function for the three following years (2008, 2009, and 2010). In 2007, she received the Special Award for the Production Designer with Unique Visual Sensitivity. That year she was member of the Main Competition jury - a function she performed again at the 19th Plus Camerimage Festival. In 2014 she was among the jurors of the Directors' Debut Competition. Our audience could admire her work in Legends of the Fall, selected for the Main Competition in 1995.



      Shawn Kim
Cinematographer. He has collaborated with such filmmakers as Agnieszka Wojtowicz-Vosloo (Pâté), Gregg Araki (Smiley Face), and Brian Averill (Simple Revenge). His credits also include numerous commercials and music videos. He has photographed clips for such artists as Depeche Mode, 50Cent, Greenday, Dave Gahan, and Katy Perry.
Shawn Kim participated in the Plus Camerimge Festival in 2010 and 2012. At the 18th edition he evaluated entries to the Music Video Competition. The previous year, he won its main prize, for his work on Depeche Mode's Wrong. In 2008, together with Aaron Stewart-Ahn, he won The Audience Award for I Will Possess Your Heart by Death Cab for Cutie.



      Jeffrey L. Kimball
American cinematographer, born in 1943 in Wichita, USA. Member of the ASC. Earned professional recognition working with director Tony Scott on such film as "Top Gun", "True Romance", "Revenge" and "Beverly Hills Cop II". He was also responsible for the visual side of two of John Woo's "Mission: Impossible" instalments. He later met Woo on the set of "Windtalkers" and "Paycheck", and he also worked with Sylvester Stallone on "The Expendables" and Adrian Lyne on "Jacob's Ladder".
Jeffrey L. Kimball was a guest of Camerimage festival in 2013. He sat on the jury of the Main Competition and attended a special screening of "Top Gun" in 3D.



      Nastassja Kinski
German actress, born in 1961 in Berlin. She began her career at age 13 in Wim Wenders' One False Move. When she was 19, Kinski won a nomination for Golden Globe for her role in Romana Polanski's Tess. Her credits include Francisa Ford Coppola's One from the Heart, Paul Schrader's Cat People, Wim Wenders' Paris, Texas, Michael Winterbottom's The Claim, and David Lynch's Inland Empire. Her accolades include a nomination for Saturn Award, and two nominations for César Award.
Nastassja Kinski attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2011, where she was on the jury of the Student Etudes Competition.



      Johannes Kirchlechner
German cinematographer, born in 1958 in Munich. Since 1986, he has been photographing feature films, music videos, and TV productions. The list of his numerous collaborators include Reiner Kaufmann, Ulrich Zrenner, and Kathrin Anna Stahl.
Johannes Kirchlechner attended sseven editions of the Camerimage Festival. He was on the jury several times - in 2009 and 2012 at the Short Documentary Films Competition, in 2010 and 2015 - Polish Films Competition, in 2011 - Cinematographers' Debut Competition, and in 2014 - Feature Lenght Documentary Films Competition.



      Grzegorz Kiszluk
Editor-in-chief of Brief magazine, owner of AdPress publishing company, member of the Polish branch of International Advertising Association. He was on the jury of many prestigious festivals, including Crackfilm, Golden Eagles, Boomerang, Media Trendy or KTR.
Grzegorz Kiszluk served on the jury of the Advertising Videos Competition at the 2010 Plus Camerimage Festival.



      Maciej Klaś
Senior Strategic Planner at Euro RSCG Warsaw. Graduated from Warsaw University's Department of Sociology, and Polish Open University (marketing programme). His professional tasks included devising brand strategies, as well as communication strategies for cities (Gdańsk, Łódź, Augustów, Radom), and Podkarpackie, and Pomorskie Voivodeship. He worked for the following brands: Bakoma, Bobovita, Vichy, PKN Orlen, BP Gas, Citroen, and Hortex.
Maciej Klaś attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2011, where he was on the jury of the Advertising Spots Competition.



      Rainer Klausmann
Swiss cinematographer born in 1949, in Wettingen. He works in Germany and the USA. His body of work encompasses approximately thirty films, such as Head-On and The Edge of Heaven (directed by Fatih Akin), Lemon Tree (by Eran Riklis), and Downfall (by Oliver Hirschbiegel).
Rainer Klausmann has attended two editions of the Plus Camerimage Festival. In 2008, his cinematography on Uli Edel's The Baader Meinhof Complex was recognized with the Bronze Frog award. His work has been presented to the Festival audience several times. In 2004, special screenings featured Downfall, in 2006, the European Panorama screened Happy As One, and the 2011 German Cinema Review featured three films with his cinematography (Head-On, Soul Kitchen, and The Edge of Heaven).



      Igor Klebanov
Russian cinematographer, born in 1946 in Moscow. President of the Union of Cinematographers of the Russian Federation. Winner of the Russian Nika film award. Worked on such productions as Yuriy Pavlov's Dikarka, Valeri Fokin's Metamorphosis (earning him a second nomination Nika), or Pavel Chukhray's A Driver for Vera (nominated for Crystal Globe).
Igor Klebanov attended the Camerimage Festival twice. In 2006, he was on the jury of European Debuts Competition. His camerawork on A Driver for Viera was screened at the 13th edition of the Festival, as part of the European panorama.



      Edward Kłosiński
Polish cinematographer born in 1943, in Warsaw. He worked with the greatest Polish directors, including filmmakers representing the so-called cinema of moral concern. He cooperated with Andrzej Wajda (Man of Marble, Man of Iron, The Promised Land, The Maids of Wilko), Krzysztof Kieślowski (Decalogue II, Three colors: White), and Krzysztof Zanussi (Illumination, Camouflage). He also collaborated with Lars von Trier, as a director of photography in Europa. He received numerous awards at the national and international film festivals, including Gdańsk and Houston. A two-time nominee for the Eagle - Polish Film Academy award. He died in 2008.
Edward Kłosiński attended four of the Festival's editions. At the 5th Camerimage Festival he was member of the Main Competition jury. In 2008, he received the Award for the Contribution to the Art of Cinematography for his achievements. That year, a retrospective review of Edward Kłosiński was held. A special screening featured selected films with his cinematography.



      Daniela Knapp
Austrian cinematographer, born in 1972 in Schwatz. She graduated from Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg. Her credits include such films as Hans Weingartner's The Edukators, Sven Taddicken's Emma's Bliss, My Brother the Vampire, or Chris Kraus' The Poll Diaries. The latter film won her a German Film Award in 2011 for Best Cinematography.
Daniela Knapp attended three editions of the Festival. In 1999, she and Kathinka Minthe received a Bronze Tadpole for Sven Taddicken's etude Counting Sheep. The Edukators, on which she worked as cinematographer, was selected for the Main Competition in 2004. The Festival audience had a chance to admire her cinematographic work in The Poll Diaries (2010), and Emma's Bliss (2006) during the European films review.



      David Knight
British journalist, publisher, and producer. He is the publisher and publicist for Promo Magazine, and the Promonews.tv service. The list of magazines he contributes to includes Music Week, and Televisual. He also produces programs for MTV2, and C4 documentary. He heads the team responsible for the preparation of UK Music Video Awards.
David Knight attended the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2010 and 2012, where he served on the jury of the Music Videos Competition.



      Nic Knowland
British cinematographer. Winner of BAFTA Award for his camerawork in Kevin Hall's The Final Passage, recognized at Sitges Film Festival for his cinematographic work in Quay brothers' Institute Benjamenta, or This Dream People Call Human Life. His body of work encompasses more than 60 cinema, and television films, as well as commercials. The list of films he has worked on includes Quay brothers' The Piano Tuner of Earthquakes, Ben Hopkins' Simon Magus, and the famous musical Cats, directed by David Mallet.
Nic Knowland attended the Festival four times. In 2005, he was on the jury of the Student Etudes Competition. Simon Magus, with Knowland's cinematography, was selected for the Main Competition in 1999. At the 15th edition of the Festival, Institute Benjamenta, or This Dream People Call Human Life was shown as part of the special screenings, and Duo was screened during the Quay brothers' animated films review.



      Damian Kocur 
Polish cinematographer and director, born in 1983. His documentary “21 days” was shown during the Koszalin Debut Film Festival “The Young and Cinema”. He is also a successful author of music videos.
Damian Kocur attended the Camerimage Festival in 2015. His cinematography in “What I Want”, which he also wrote and directed won a Bronze Tadpole of the Student Etudes Competition. That year the video for Fisz Emade Tworzywo’s “Pył” with his cinematography was shown in the Music Videos Competition.


      Andrzej Kołodyński
Polish film critic, journalist, and academic lecturer. A long-time contributing author to the Film magazine. Editor-in-chief of the Kino magazine since 1994. Author of numerous publications on film history and film analysis. He lectures film history at the Warsaw University, and at the Academy of Film and Television in Warsaw. He has translated Woody Allen's books into Polish.
Andrzej Kołodyński participated in the Plus Camerimage Festival in 2010, as member of the Main Competition jury.



      Jan Komasa
Polish director, and screenwriter, born in 1981 in Poznań. His output includes such pictures as Nice to See You, Ode to Joy, Spływ, and Suicide Room. In 2004, he was second runner-up for the Cinefondation Award at Cannes Film Festival for the etude Nice to See You. Suicide Room won him an Eagle Award in the Discovery of the Year category, and three nominations in Best Film, Best Director, Best Screenplay categories. "Film" magazine recognized Suicide Room with two Golden Ducks, and the jury of the New Horizons festival distinguished the picture with Best Debut award.
In the 2011 Plus Camerimage edition he received the grand prix for direction in the Polish Films Competition.



      Andriei Konchalovsky
Russian director and scriptwriter born in 1937, in Moscow. Winner of distinctions at the film festivals in Cannes, Venice, Karlovy Vary, and San Sebastian. Since the 1980s he has also worked in the US. As a scriptwriter he has collaborated with Andrei Tarkovsky on such films as The Steamroller and the Violin and Andrei Rublov. He has also written scripts to his own films. His scriptwriting credits include such titles as Siberiade, Runaway Train, Shy People, House of Fools, The First Teacher, Tango & Cash, and Maria's Lovers. He has gained critical acclaim with his film versions of Russian literary classics, such as A Nest of Gentlefolk based on the novel by Ivan Turgenev, and Uncle Vanya, based on the play by Anton Chekov.
Andriei Konchalovsky has participated in two editions of the Camerimage Festival. In 2005, he received the Special Award for Director with Unique Visual Sensitivity. House of Fools was included in special screenings held in 2002 and 2005.



      Maria Kornatowska
Polish film critic, essayist, and author of books on film born in 1935, in Warsaw. Former lecturer at PWSFTviT in Łódź. Contributing author to such prominent film magazines as "Film" or "Kino". Author of monograph of Federico Fellini, and the extended interview with Agnieszka Holland (“Magia i pieniądze", 2002), and many other books on the history and poetics of cinema. Her star is included in the Walk of Fame in Łódź. Died in 2011.
Maria Kornatowska participated in nine editions of the Festival. She was member of the Main Competition jury in 1998, when she also evaluated films selected for Student Etudes Competition.



      Joanna Kos-Krauze
Polish director, and screenwriter, born in 1972 in Olsztyn. She began her career as an author of television programs, and documentary films. She collaborated with her husband, Krzysztof Krauze, on several of his films: My Nikifor, and Saviour Square.
Joanna Kos-Krauze attended the Camerimage Festival in 2006. Together with her husband, Krzysztof, she received the award for best director in the Polish Films Competition. In 2005, My Nikifor was featured in the Main Competition.



      Marcin Koszałka
Polish cinematographer, director, and scriptwriter. Born in 1970, in Krakow. He debuted in 1999 with a controversial documentary film Such a Beautiful Son I Delivered, recognized with numerous distinctions at the film festivals in Kazimierz Dolny and Krakow. He received the Golden Lions of Gdynia and the Eagle award nomination for his cinematography in The Welts (directed by Magdalena Piekorz) . His credits include such films as Jacek Bromski's The Lovers of the Year of the Tiger and Entanglement, and Drowsiness directed by Magdalena Piekorz. He has been recognized with the Golden Duck award and the Golden Lions, as well as the Eagle nomination for his work on The Reverse (directed by Borys Lankosz).
Marcin Koszałka has attended five editions of the festival so far. He was a jury member of the Documentary Films Competition in 2010. The year before he won the Golden Frog award for his cinematography in The Reverse. Films he has directed or photographed have often been featured in the Documentary Films Competition and the Polish Films Competition. In 2015 his feature lenght debut The Red Spider was presented in the Main Competition. 



      Jacek Kotarbiński 
Polish marketing specialist, coach and writer. He is a PhD graduate of the University of Gdansk. He is and author of numerous publications on competitiveness, innovation and marketing. He published several books, including Sztuka Marketingu and Sztuka Rynkologii, which quickly became bestsellers and found its place in the classic Polish marketing literature. He is a frequent speaker at conferences and seminars. He publishes with Harvard Business Review Polska and writes an awarded blog about marketing.
Jacek Kotarbiński attened the Camerimage Festival in 2015. He was a member of the Advertising Spots Competition. He also conducted a workshop on the contemporary marketing communication tools, connected to the competition.


      Rein Kotov 
Estonian cinematographer, born in 1965 in Raasik. A graduate of the All-Union State Institute of Cinematography in Moscow (VGIK). He has a wealth of experience in feature films, documentaries and television commercials. His most prominent films include 1944 by Elmo Nuganen or Somnambulance by Sulev Keedus. In 2015 Zaza Urushaze’s Tangerines with Kotov’s cinematography was nominated for an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film and Kotov himself received a nomination for the European Film Awards.
Rein Kotov attended the Camerimage festival for the first time in 2002. In 2015, in the 23rd edition he was a member of the Cinematographer’s Debut Competition jury. Tangerines with his cinematography was then screened as a part of the Estonian Cinema Review, and 1944 – as a part of the Baltic Sea Region Cinema Review.


      László Kovács
Hungarian cinematographer, born in 1933 in Cece. Since the end of the 1950s, he lived and worked in the USA. Kovács worked on such classic films as Dennis Hopper's Easy Rider, and Bob Rafelson's Five Easy Pieces. His body of work encompassed almost seventy films, the result of collaboration with such directors as Robert Altman (That Cold Day in the Park), Martin Scorsese (New York, New York), Peter Bogdanovich (Paper Moon), and Hal Ashby (Shampoo). He was the cinematographer behind such Hollywood hits as Miss Congeniality, Two Weeks Notice, and My Best Friend's Wedding. Died in 2007, in Beverly Hills.
László Kovács attended eight editions of the Camerimage Festival. He was member of the Festival's juries: the Main Competition jury (1997, 2004), and Student Etudes Competition jury (2002, 2003, 2004, 2005). He received the Golden Frog Lifetime Achievement Award at the 5th Camerimage Festival. To celebrate that, a retrospective of his work was organized, presenting such films as New York, New York, Shampoo, Five Easy Pieces, and Radio Flyer. László Kovács was also the presenter of workshops and seminars, including Panvision workshops in 2003, and 2005. Since 2007, the Golden Tadpole award for winners of the Student Etudes Competition bears his name.



      Bodo Kox
Polish film director, screenwriter, actor and journalist, born in 1977 in Wrocław. He is known for his close association with independent cinema, be it as a director ("Nie panikuj!", 2007), or an actor ("Ugór", "Krew z nosa" - both performances recognized with Independent Polish Cinema Jan Machulski Awards). He is also the author of several award-winning etudes and short films, including "Marco P. i złodzieje rowerów", "Księżycowa rzeka" and "Opera z mydła". Kox gained considerable fame for his 2012 feature film "The Girl from the Wardrobe" featuring Magdalena Różańska, Wojciech Macwaldowski and Piotr Głowacki.
He has initially attended Camerimage as a journalist, making his festival debut as a filmmaker in 2013 and winning, together with the cinematographer Arkadiusz Tomiak, the Polish Film Competition.



      Krzysztof Krauze
Polish director, and screenwriter, born in 1953 in Warsaw. Graduate of PWSFTviT in Łódź. Two-time winner of the Golden Lion Award, recipient of several Eagle Awards, Krauze was also distinguished at Kraków and Karlove Vary film festivals. He worked for Se-ma-for studio an Karol Irzykowski Film Studio. His most well-known films are Saviour Square, My Nikifor (co-directed with her wife, Joanna Kos-Krauze), Street Games, or Debt. Died in 2014.
Krzysztof Krauze attended the Camerimage Festival in 2006. Saviour Square has brought him and his wife, Joanna, an award for Best Director in the Polish Films Competition. A year earlier, My Nikifor was featured in the Main Competition.



      Eric Kress
Danish cinematographer, born in 1962, in Zurich. He has worked on numerous Danish feature films and television productions. He has collaborated with Peter Flinth on The Knight Templar and The Fakir, and with Niels Arden Oplev on the BAFTA-awarded Millenium: Men Who Hate Women. He has been nominated for the Golden Beetle award twice, and is the winner of a Robert - the Dannish Film Academy award.
Eric Kress has attended the Festival twice. In 2000, he received the Special Award from the President of the Polish Film State Institute for his work on A Place Nearby. That film was selected for the Main Competition. Kress had another chance to win the Golden Frog in 2011. The jury evaluated his work on Nothing's All Bad directed by Mikkel Munch-Fals.



      Mikhail Krichman
Russian cinematographer, born in 1967 in Moscow. Collaborated with director Andrey Zvyagintsev on such films as The Return, The Banishment, and Elena. Nominated for the European Film Award in the Best Cinematographer category for his work on The Banishment.
Mikhail Krichman has attended four edition of the Camerimage Festival so far. At the 11th edition of the Festival, Return - with his cinematography - was competing for the Golden Frog award. In 2010, he was recognized with a Silver Frog for Best Cinematography in Silent Souls. At the 20th edition he served on the jury of the Students Etudes Competition, and his cinematography in Andrei Zvyagintsev Elena could be seen in the special screenings. In 2014 he was awarded with the Golden Frog for his cinematography in Leviathan by Andrei Zvyagintsev.



      Svein Krøvel
Norwegian cinematographer, born in 1946 in Oslo. He worked on some forty films, released in Scandinavia, Eastern Europe, France, England, and the US. He was nominated for the Da Vinci award at Palm Springs Festival. His collaboration with Norwegian directors Knut Erik Jensen (Burnt by Frost), and Petter Næss (Mozart and the Whale) won him recognition. Krøvel was the cinematographer on the Oscar-nominated Elling, directed by Næss. Died in 2011.
Svein Krøvel participated in the Camerimage Festival in 2004, where he was a member of the Main Competition jury.



       Jaroslav Kučera
Czech film and television producer and a graduate of the famous Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (FAMU). As a production manager and co-producer he has worked on over 50 films shot in the Czech Republic, including such international productions as Brian De Palma's "Mission: Impossible" and Bernard Rose's "Immortal Beloved". Since 2006 he has also lectured at the Academy of Film and Television in Pisek.
Jaroslav Kučera was a guest of Camerimage festival in 2013. He sat on the jury of the Directors' Debuts Competition.



      Piotr Kukla
Polish cinematographer, born in 1958 in Bydgoszcz. Graduate of the PWSFTviT (The Polish National Film, Television and Theatre School) in Łódź. He has been living and working in the Netherlands since the 1980s. Member of the Dutch Society of Cinematographers. He has worked for Dutch television, creating cinematography for series and commercials. His credits include many feature films. He has collaborated with such filmmakers as Ben Sombogaart (Isabelle, Bridge Flight, Twin Sisters), Dick Maas (Quiz), Wiesław Saniewski (The Winner), and Ralph Ziman (The Zookeeper). He was nominated for the Golden Duck award in 2011, for his work on The Winner.
Piort Kukla has participated in four editions of the Festival. In 2006, he sat the European Debuts Competition jury. He acted as a juror again in 2013, when he evaluated films in Cinematographers` Debut Competition. In 2003, he received the Silver Frog award for his work on Twin Sisters. In 2009, Bridge Flight was selected for the Main Competition. Films with Kukla's cinematography have been featured in the World Panorama cycle: at the 9th Camerimage Festival it was The Zookeeper, and at the 18th edition, The Storm (directed by Sombogaart).



      Ellen Kuras 
American cinematographer and director, born in 1959 in New Jersey. She is a member of the American Society of Cinematographers ASC. She gained international acclaim working on both, documentaries and feature films. In 2009, together with Thavisouk Phrasavath, she was nominated for an Oscar in the “Best Documentary Features” category for The Betrayal – Nerakhoon. As a cinematographer she has worked on numerous valued feature films, such as Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind directed by Michel Gondry and A Little Chaos by Alan Rickman.
Ellen Kuras has attended the Camerimage Festival four times so far. In 2008 she presented her documentary feature titled The Betrayal – Nerakhoon to the festival audience as a part of Special Screenings. Alan Rickman’s film A Little Chaos with her cinematography was screened during the 22nd edition and in 2015 she was a member of the Student Etudes Competition jury. 

 
      Emir Kusturica
Serbian director and screenwriter, born in 1954 in Sarajevo. One of the most acclaimed contemporary European directors. His films Do You Remember Dolly Bell?, When Father Was Away on Business, Time of the Gypsies, Arizona Dream, Underground or Black Cat, White Cat won him international acclaim. Winner of several awards in Venice, Cannes and Berlin. In 1986 his film When Father Was Away on Business won a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Film.
Emir Kusturica attended the Camerimage festival in 1999. In 1995 his film Underground was selected to the Main Competition.



      Kazimierz Kutz
Polish director and scriptwriter born in 1929, in Szopienice. Winner of the Golden Lions award, the Golden Duck award, and the jury of the Karlovy Vary Festival award. Nominated for the Golden Palm of Cannes for Pearl in the Crown. His credits include over twenty feature films, as well as several plays for the Theatre of Television. He debuted in 1958 with Cross of the Brave. His films centre around the problems of Silesia, which is the case with his so-called Silesia Trilogy: The Salt of Black Earth, Pearl in the Crown, Beads of One Rosary. He has also made such films as Colonel Kwiatkowski, From Nowhere to Nowhere, I Shall Always Stand Guard, and The Line. He was elected for the Sejm and the Senate. In 1975, he was recognized with the Commander's Cross - Order of Polonia Restituta.
Kazimierz Kutz participated in the Camerimage Festival in 2005. That year he received the Cinematographer-Director Duo Award for his collaboration with Wiesław Zdort. Nobody's Calling was featured in the 50 years of the Polish Film School Project of 2007.



      David Kwok
In 2002-2011 he was the program director of Tribeca festival. Originator of the Tribeca All Access initiative, which builds relations between filmmakers from USA, Canada, Australia, and Great Britain.
David Kwok attended the Plus Camerimage Festival thrice- in 2010, 2011 and 2012. At the 18th edition of the Festival, he was on the jury of the Student Etudes Competition, the year later - Short Documentary Films Competition, and in 2012 - Directors` Debut Competition. At the 20th edition he was one of the Talent Demo experts.


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      Edward Lachman
American cinematographer, born in 1948 in Morristown, New Jersey. Member of the ASC. In 2003, he was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Cinematography for Far from Heaven, directed by Todd Haynes. The film earned him a special jury prize at the Venice Film Festival. He was nominated for an Emmy and the ASC award for Mildred Pierce (2011). He served as an assistant to such prominent cinematographers as Vittorio Storaro and Sven Nykvist. His feature credits include La Soufrière directed by Werner Herzog, Robert Altman's A Prairie Home Companion, Steven Soderbergh's Erin Brokovich, and Sofia Coppola's The Virgin Suicides.
Ed Lachman is one of the frequent guest of the festival. He has also received three Festival awards. In 2002, he won the Silver Frog award for Far from Heaven, in 2007, the Bronze Frog for I'm Not There (both directed by Todd Haynes). In 2015 he won the Golden Frog for Carol, another film he made together with Todd Haynes. In 2009 and 2013, he sat the Main Competition jury, in 2010, that of the Short Documentary Films Competition, and in 2012 and 2014 - Music Video Competition. In 2002, he conducted the Arri Lightening workshops and a student seminar together with Phedon Papamichael.



      Jessica Lange 
American actress, born in 1949 in Cloquet, Minessota. She has received two Academy Awards – in 1982 for her supporting role in Sydney Pollack’s Tootsie and a few years later she got an Oscar for the leading role in Tony Richardson’s Blue Sky. Her work includes roles in movies like King Kong by John Guillermin (which was her big screen debut), All That Jazz by Bob Fosse, The Postman Always Rings Twice by Bob Rafelson, Big Fish by Tim Burton, Broken Flowers by Jim Jarmush and Bonneville by Christopher N. Rowley. She also starred on Broadway with some significant success - she was, for instance, in the cast of the famous adaptation of Tennessee Williams’ play A Streetcar Named Desire. For many years she successfully joined her acting career with her other passion – photography. She is a UNICEF Goodwill Ambsassador and frequently documents her experiences on photographs. 
Jessica Lange attended the Camerimage Festival in 2016. She received the Krzysztof Kieślowski Award and opened the exhibition of her photographs, titled “Unseen”.


      Robert Lantos 
Canadian film producer with Hungarian roots, born in 1949 in Hungary. He produced over forty feature films and is the owner of a production company called Serendipity Point Films. He is one of the most influential people in the Canadian film and TV industry, he was a member of CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) board and TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival). He frequently engages in independent and ambitious projects. He produced films for such prominent artists as David Cronenberg (Eastern Promises, eXistenZ, Crash), Atom Egoyan (The Sweet Hereafter, Remember) and Istvan Szabo (Sunshine, Being Julia).
Robert Lantos attended the Camerimage Festival in 2016. He received a special Award to Producer with Unique Visual Sensitivity.


      Markus Lanxinger
Stereographer, born in 1980 in Lilienfeld, Austria. Founder of the International Society of Stereographers. He has worked on many stereographic productions, such as “The Green Hornet" by Michael Gondry, The amazing Spider-Man by Marc Webb, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes by Matt Reeves or Transformers 4: Age of Extinction by Michael Bay.
Markus Lanxinger attended the Camerimage festival in 2013, 2014 and 2015. He was member of the 3D Films Competition jury.



      Radosław Ładczuk
Polish cinematographer, born in 1976 in Szczecin. His body of work encompasses documentaries, biographic pictures, dramas, and etudes, e.g. Leiv Igor Devold's Falstart, Marcin Sauter's North from Calabria, Tali Shalom-Ezer's Surrogate, Michał Marczak's At the Edge of Russia, Leszek Dawid's You Are God. Recognized with the Golden Duck for his cinematography in Suicide Room.
Attended eight editions of the Festival. Films with his photography were featured in the Documentary Films Competition (Feature Length Films Category). In 2011, distinguished for his work on Suicide Room at the Polish Films Competition and Cinematographers' Debut Competition. At the 19th edition of the Festival, he conducted a seminar devoted to editing to the winning film, organized in cooperation with the Polish Association of Film Editors. In 2012 Leszek Dawid`s You are God with Ładczuk`s cinematography competed in Polish Films Competition, Main Competiton and Cinematographers` Debut Competition.



      Rüdiger Laske
German documentary filmmaker, and cinematographer, born in 1938. Member of bvk. Began his career in ZDF television. Recipient of Deutscher Kamerapreis award for his camerawork in Peter Reichelt's Sam Spade jagt den Malteser Falken. His output includes numerous television productions, e.g. series Wolffs Reviers, and Ein Fall fur Zwei.
Rüdiger Laske attended three editions of the Plus Camerimage Festival. In 2007, he was on the jury of the Student Etudes Competition.