Cinematographer / DOP
Sakhalin International Film Festival "ON THE EDGE""ON THE EDGE" founded in 2013.
The goal of the Film Festival is to achieve, through means of cinema, the lofty aims of humanist values, peace and friendship among the peoples; to create in the Sakhalin region favorable environment for the cross-fertilization of cultures; to create the conditions for the Sakhalin region residents’ self-expression in various areas of cultural and social activity.
The premier and largest film festival in the Balkans. Founded in 1995. An interesting film festival in terms of cultural aspects, with increasing importance for the relations between East and West.
Sochi Open Russian Film Festival is the largest national film festival. Every year in June, on the Black sea coast in Sochi, the top talents of Russian cinema come together: directors, producers, actors, script writers, directors of photography. Founded in 1991.
Berlin International Film Festival. The festival was created for the Berlin public in 1951, at the beginning of the Cold War, as a “showcase of the free world”. Shaped by the turbulent post-war period and the unique situation of a divided city, the Berlinale has developed into a place of intercultural exchange and a platform for the critical cinematic exploration of social issues. To this day it is considered the most political of all the major film festivals.
Telluride international film festival. Founded in 1974. Films of Ang Lee, David Cronenberg, Pedro Almodóvar, and Errol Morris have debuted here. The festival invites to be a part of a its long history of discovery and welcomed new, fresh and brilliant film.
International Film Festival in Edinburgh (UK). Founded in 1947. Excellent festival to make contacts within the field of British independent film. Alongside London, the most important film festival in Great Britain. Large number of categories and many different awards.
Stockholm International Film Festival is recognized for its ability to promote and offer a venue for young and unestablished filmmakers. As many as a third of the films selected are made by a debuting director and only directors who have made less than 3 films are selected for the competition. Founded in 1990.
Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival purely for the public in connection with Taiwans Oscars, the Golden Horse Awards. If people's expectancies rule out much of an international echo, it is certainly a valuable experience. Main annual gathering of the Taiwanese and Hong Kong film industry and as such a good place to make new contacts. Focus on Asian films. Founded in 1962.
International film festival, oriented on theme "Music". Launched in 2001, the World Soundtrack awards celebrate the art of film music. The festival is part of the World Soundtrack Summit, an annual gathering of film composers and other professionals in film music.
International Film Festival in Melbourne was founded in 1952. MIFF has a large, dedicated and growing audience with a well-established public profile as a major event on the Australian calendar. The Festival is a unique event in Australia, with a vibrant screening program, a loyal audience, and industry initiatives providing opportunities for Australian filmmakers at many levels.
Thessaloniki is the most important film festival in Greece with familiar atmosphere and interesting sidebars and special events. Founded in 1960.
Cairo International Film Festival is an annual festival organized by the Cairo International Film Festival Foundation and sponsored by public and private organizations in Egypt and around the world. Founded in 1976.
The aim of the Festival is to improve the taste in movies, to strengthen artistic links between countries, to allow meetings between professionals and to build bridges between workers in the field of cinema from different cultures and thus to promote the film industry in Egypt, the Arab world, and other countries.
It is one of the largest film festivals in East Asia. The first festival was held from October 7 to 14, 1993, and was held biennially until 2001. In 2003 there was no festival due to the SARS outbreak. Since its beginning in 1993, Shanghai International Film Festival has grown to become China’s only A-category international film festival. SIFF organized by Shanghai Municipal Administration of Culture, Radio, Film & TV and Shanghai Media & Entertainment Group.
- Full-length fiction
- Drama, Thriller
- Film, Internet, TV
- On location
- Low key