Bartosz Nalazek is a polish cinematographer based in Los Angeles. He studied photography at the Warsaw School of Photography then cinematography at the Polish National Film School in Lodz. 

Bartosz assisted worldwide famous cinematographer Janusz Kaminski on feature films “War Horse”, “Lincoln”, “The Judge” and "Bridge of Spies”. He was selected for The Emerging Cinematographer Award in 2014 by The International Cinematographers Guild for his work on “Making A Scene” - a series of short films made for The New York Times Magazine including Oscar contending actors. 

Bartosz debuted with “The Artists” directed by Monika Strzepka that were nominated for the best TV series of 2016 by the Polish Academy and had positive reviews complementing the visual style of the show. 


Bartosz works also as light designer and video artist. His work includes collaboration with renown polish theater directors such as Krzysztof Garbaczewski, Krystian Lupa, Maja Kleczewska, Agnieszka Olsten, Wiktor Rubin and Lukasz Twarkowski. In 2014 he received a prize for BEST VISUAL DESIGN for ‘KRONOS' on the 7th Devine Comedy International Theater Festival. 


2017  'Song Of Back And Neck'  dir. Paul Liberstein (imdb)

2017  'All You Need Is Me'  dir. Simon Aboud (imdb) 

2016  'The Artists'  dir. Monika Strzepka

2014  'Making a Scene'  dir. Janusz Kaminski






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