Mirosław Baszak

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Mirosław Baszak
Born
Occupation Cinematographer

Mirosław Baszak is a Polish-born Canadian cinematographer.[1] Baszak's work includes Pontypool,[2] Trailer Park Boys: The Movie, Land of the Dead and The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day.

Baszak was born in Poland, where he acted and worked in theatre. He also studied history and theory at University of Łódź. In early 1980s he emigrated to Germany and then in 1983 to Canada. There he attended Ryerson University's film course in 1984. Since then he collaborated on over 30 Canadian and American feature films, as well as many commercials and music videos.

Recognition

References

  1. ^ "Mirosław Baszak". The New York Times.
  2. ^ Stephen Holden (2009-05-28). "A Surprise Is in Store for This Shock Jock". The New York Times.

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