Łukasz Żal

Łukasz Żal (Polish pronunciation: [ˈwukaʂ ˈʐal]; born 24 June 1981)[1] is a Polish cinematographer and director.

Łukasz Żal
Born (1981-06-24) 24 June 1981
Koszalin, Poland
OccupationCinematographer, director
Years active2004–present

Life and career

He graduated from the National Film School in Łódź in 2007.

Selected filmography


Accolades

Noted for his work for Ida, he has won awards in many festivals and industry award events. Awards include:

Date of ceremony Award Category Work Result Refs
14 September 2013 38th National Polish Film Festival Best Cinematography Ida Won [2]
31 October 2013 11th Warsaw Jewish Film Festival Best Cinematographer Won
8 November 2013 20th Listapad Yury Marukhin Memorial Award for Best Photography Won [3]
23 November 2013 21st International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography Camerimage Golden Frog Won [4]
1 February 2014 28th American Society of Cinematographers Awards Spotlight Award Won
3 March 2014 2nd Polish Society of Cinematographers Awards PSC Award Won
10 March 2014 16th Polish Academy Film Awards Best Cinematography Nominated
6 September 2014 4th Mediaş Central European Film Festival Best Cinematography Award Won
19 September 2014 35th Manaki Brothers International Cinematographers Film Festival Silver Camera Won
13 December 2014 27th European Film Awards Best Cinematographer (Prix Carlo di Palma) Won [5]
14 December 2014 13th San Francisco Film Critics Circle Awards Best Cinematography Won [6]
15 December 2014 18th Online Film Critics Society Awards Best Cinematography Nominated
27th Chicago Film Critics Association Awards Best Cinematography Nominated [7]
26 January 2015 4th International Online Film Critics' Poll Best Cinematography Nominated
8 February 2015 68th British Academy Film Awards Best Cinematography Nominated
22 February 2015 87th Academy Awards Best Cinematography Nominated
2015 11th Polish Independent Cinema Awards Best Cinematography Joanna Nominated
5 June 2016 19th Kraków Film Festival Best Cinematography - Short Subject Ikona Won
19 September 2018 39th Manaki Brothers International Cinematographers Film Festival Brown Camera Cold War Won
17 November 2018 26th International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography Camerimage Silver Frog Won
8 December 2018 31st Chicago Film Critics Association Awards Best Cinematography Nominated [8]
16 December 2018 39th Boston Society of Film Critics Awards Best Cinematography Nominated
21 December 2018 23rd Florida Film Critics Circle Awards Best Cinematography Won
2 January 2019 22nd Online Film Critics Society Awards Best Cinematography Nominated
3 January 2019 North Carolina Film Critics Association Awards Best Cinematography Nominated
9 February 2019 33rd American Society of Cinematographers ASC Awards Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Theatrical Releases Won
17 February 2019 23rd Satellite Awards Best Cinematography Nominated
22 February 2019 72nd British Academy Film Awards Best Cinematography Nominated
24 February 2019 91st Academy Awards Best Cinematography Nominated

See also


References


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