JANUSZ KAMINSKI makes his feature directorial debut with
Lost Souls, after a
decade as an acclaimed director of photography, most recently for Steven
Spielberg's Saving Private Ryan for which he received the Academy Award.
Kaminski also won an Academy Award, as well as a BAFTA Award, for his
black-and-white cinematography for Schindler's List, as well as honors from the
New York and Los Angeles Film Critics. He earned his second Oscar nomination for
Spielberg's Armista and collaborated with the director on The Lost World:
Jurassic Park. Other film credits include Jerry Maguire, How to Make an American
Quilt, Trouble Bound, Tall Tale and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.
Kaminski's next projects as cinematography include Steven Spielberg's Memoris of
a Geisha and Jurassic Park 3.
A native of Poland, Kaminski came to the United States in 1981. He studied
cinematography at Columbia College in Chicago, receiving his B.A. in 1987.
Relocating to Los Angeles, he became a cinematography fellow at the American
Film Institute, and began his professional career on the feature Fallen
He also lensed two television projects: the Amblin production "Class of
'61" and the acclaimed cable movie "Wildflower," directed by
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