Roman Vasyanov

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Roman Vasyanov
Native name
Роман Сергеевич Васьянов
Born
Roman Sergeyevich Vasyanov

(1980-10-24) October 24, 1980 (age 38)
OccupationCinematographer

Roman Sergeyevich Vasyanov (Russian: Роман Сергеевич Васьянов; born October 24, 1980 in Moscow[1][2]) is a Russian cinematographer. He is best known for his collaborations with director David Ayer and the Russian musical film Stilyagi, for which he was nominated for a Golden Eagle Award for Best Cinematography.

Life and career[edit]

Vasyanov's father worked as a photographer for the magazine The USSR.[2]

At age 12, Vasyanov started to work with cameras. He later worked on more than 300 advertising spots for brands such as Philips, Puma, Budweiser, Dell or Pepsi.

In 2008, he was cinematographer for Valery Todorovsky's cult film Stilyagi. In 2012 he worked on David Ayer's police thriller End of Watch, which earned him a nomination as Best cinematographer at the 28th Independent Spirit Awards.[2] Afterwards Vasyanov worked on the movies The Motel Life and The East.

Vasyanow again teamed up with Ayer for the World War II film Fury and the comic book adaptation Suicide Squad.[3]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Director Notes
2005 Graveyard Shift Valeri Rozhnov
2006 Piranha Andrey Kavun
2007 Tiski Valeriy Todorovskiy
2008 Stilyagi
2010 Act of Nature Aleksandr Lungin
Sergey Osipyan
The Gift Carl Rinsch Short film
2012 End of Watch David Ayer
The Motel Life Alan Polsky
Gabriel Polsky
2013 The East Zal Batmanglij
Charlie Countryman Fredrik Bond
2014 Fury David Ayer
2016 Suicide Squad
2017 The Wall Doug Liman
Thank You for Your Service Jason Hall
Bright David Ayer
2019 Triple Frontier J. C. Chandor

Awards[edit]

  • 2010 - Kinotavr - Best Cinematography (Act of Nature)[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Roman Vasyanov, kinopoisk.ru, access date November 14, 2013
  2. ^ a b c Roman Vasyanov Archived 2013-11-14 at the Wayback Machine, spiritawards.com, abgerufen am 14. November 2013
  3. ^ SUICIDE SQUAD Begins Filming
  4. ^ Blaney, Martin (June 14, 2010). "My Joy, Truce lead winners in Sochi". Screen International. Retrieved September 3, 2017.

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