|Born||13 July 1942 (age 77)|
|Awards||Czech Lion for Best Cinematography, Czech Lion for Best Cinematography, Czech Lion for Best Cinematography, Czech Lion for Best Cinematography, Czech Lion for Best Cinematography, Czech Lion for Best Cinematography, Czech Lion for Best Cinematography|
Vladimír Smutný (born 13 July 1942) is a Czech cinematographer. He is a seven-time winner of the Czech Lion Award for Best Cinematography. He was also a cinematographer of Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film winner Kolya (1996).
His father was a photographer. His sister, Jitka Smutná, is an actress. After graduating from FAMU in Prague, he worked as an advertising photographer for Tesla Holešovice and as a camera operator for Krátký film Praha. From 1974 he worked as an assistant cinematographer. His first projects as director of photography 1980s when he worked primarily with directors Jiří Svoboda and Karel Kachyňa. Since mid-1990s he works primarily with directors Jan Svěrák and Václav Marhoul. Since 1997 he teaches at FAMU in Prague.
- Lea (1997)
- Dark Blue World (2001)
- Mazaný Filip (2003)
- King of Thieves (2004)
- Tobruk (2008)
- Flower Buds (2011)
- Po strništi bos (2017)
Czech Lion Award for Best Cinematography nominations:
- "FAMU katedra kamery - prof. MgA. Vladimír Smutný". FAMU katedra kamery (in Czech). Retrieved 2019-09-14.
- Prokopová, Alena (2017-07-14). "Vladimír Smutný". Filmový přehled (in Czech). Retrieved 2019-09-14.
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