Martin Matiášek

Martin Matiášek

Martin Matiasek, an award-winning Director of Photography, from Prague, Czech Republic, completed his MFA in Cinematography at The Academy of Performing Arts, Prague, Czech Republic (FAMU). Martin also graduated from the 6th International DOP Masterclass in Budapest in the class of Vilmos Zsigmond ASC, Laszlo Kovacs ASC.


With a blossoming career in the film industry spanning over a decade, he has shot many notable and critically acclaimed narrative films, documentaries, music videos and commercials for a variety of prominent international productions. His recent projects include the Czech feature films "Zelary" camera operator/2nd unit DP (2004 Academy Award Nomination for Best Foreign Film), "The Experts", "The Catfish Summer", "The Labyrinth", the 1st US feature film "The Mulberry Tree"and the 2nd US feature film "From The Head".


Matiasek's work was nominated and won several awards and accolades, such as: 2004 Academy Award Nomination for Best Foreign Film "Zelary"; 2004 Czech Lion Nomination for Best Cinematography "Zelary"; 2007 Tribeca Film Festival Special Jury Prize for "Super Powers"; 57th Cannes IFF 6th KODAK European Showcase for New Talents France (2004) for "Claire"; 2005 Austin Film Festival Won Short Film Award Jury Award for Best Narrative Short Film for "Goodnight Bill"; 2005 New Orleans Film Festival Won Narrative Short Award Best Short Film for "Goodnight Bill"; 2005 Palm Springs International Short Film Festival Won Audience Award Audience Favorite Live Action Short for "Goodnight Bill"; Best Cinematography Sapporo International Short Film Festival Japan (2006) for "Julia"; Best image UberCon Film Festival USA (2005) for "Le Tramway d'Andréa"; Best Short Film at the 2005 Fano International Film Festival, Italy for "Le Tramway d'Andréa"; Jaroslav Kučera Award (Best Short Film Cinematography Award The Assosiation of Czech Cinematographers 2004) for "Claire"; Best Cinematograthy Prizren Kosovo (2004) for "Village B"; Best Film and Best Cinematography Award and KODAK Award FAMU FES Prague (2003) for "Green Oaks"; Geneva Cinéma Tout Ecran Kodak Award Switzerland (2003) for "Green Oaks"; Jaroslav Kučera Award (Best Short Film Cinematography Award The Assosiation of Czech Cinematographers 2002) for "Home"; Best Short Film Cinematography Award Dahlonega 2002 for "Home"; Best Cinematography Award and KODAK Award on FAMU FEST Prague (2001) for "Home".
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