Krzysztof Ptak

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Krzysztof Ptak (3 April 1954 – 19 August 2016) was a Polish cinematographer.

Ptak was born in Sulejów in 1954. He graduated from the National Film School in Łódź in 1980 and began his film career by making documentaries. He co-operated with the National Film School of Denmark and was the rector of the UK National Film and Television School.

Ptak pioneered the HDTV in Poland with his 2003 film Pornografia and was one of the first Polish cinematographers to use digital cameras.

He is the son of Józef Ptak and Alina Ptak and the brother-in-law of another Polish cinematographer, Przemysław Skwirczyński. Ptak and his wife, Malgorzata, had 3 children: Witold, Aneta, and Michal. He died at the age of 62 in Poland on 19 August 2016.[1]

Filmography[edit]

  • Neighborhooders (Sasiady) (2014)
  • Papusza (2013)
  • Magic Piano (2011)
  • The Flying Machine (2011)
  • Manipulation (2011)
  • Skrzaty Fortepianu (short) (2011)
  • The Dark House (Dom zly) (2009)
  • Afonia i pszczoly 2009
  • Nadzieja 2007
  • Jasminum 2006
  • Mój Nikifor 2004
  • Pornografia 2003
  • Edi 2002
  • Istota 2000
  • Weiser 2000
  • Przeprowadzki 2000
  • Historia kina w Popielawach 1998
  • Czas zdrady 1997
  • Panna Nikt 1996
  • Nocne graffiti 1996
  • Dzień wielkiej ryby 1996
  • Łagodna 1995
  • Artysta. Jerzy Kalina 1994
  • Podróż 1994
  • O przemyślności kobiety niewiernej. Sześć opowieści z Boccaccia wziętych 1994
  • Powidok 1993
  • Światło w mroku 1993
  • Litwo, słyszę Twój głos 1993
  • Jan Józef Lipski 1993
  • Dekalog - Polska 93 Dekalog - Polska 93 1993
  • Lepiej być piękną i bogatą 1993
  • Motyw cienia 1993

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