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Witold Stok

Witold Stok


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Cinematography (feature film)

Mall Girls (2009)
Alicja is a newcomer and an outsider at the same time. She is a rather conservative dressed teenaged girl who quickly finds herself mocked by the fashionable girls at school and on the streets. Crude and fearless, this group of fourteen-year-olds soon starts to make Alicja's life a living hell. Howe
Match, The (2001)
Two Scottish pub soccer teams play each other in order to resolve a century-old grudge.
Best (1999)
Biography of George Best, the gifted but troubled -- and extremely flamboyant -- Manchester United soccer star during the swinging '60s. Best's history of substance abuse marred a glorious and legendary career.
Among Giants (1998) as Director Of Photography
Ray is the foreman of a crew of handymen who will take on any job, legal or not. They are hired to do a particularly dangerous job: painting the vast electrical pylons on the Yorkshire moors. Each day they must race the clock before the deadly electrical current comes back on line. Everyone is surpr
Stringer, The (1998)
A Moscow teenager falls obsessively in love with a British journalist, betraying himself and his principles in the process.
Sweet Angel Mine (1996) as Director Of Photography
Paul's search for his missing father, a traveling salesman, takes him from London to the remote shores of Nova Scotia where he unexpectedly encounters a beautiful young woman, Rauchine, who's been living in isolation with her reclusive and overly protective mother, Megan, and Megan's own mysterious
Two Deaths (1995)
Set during a recent European revolution, when the students have just begun to rise, the film focuses on the unusual relationship between Dr. Pavenic and his housekeeper, Ana. In the midst of a night alive with the rattle of gunfire and burning buildings, the doctor tells the story of his obsession f
Bliss (1995) as Director Of Photography
A story which follows the complex relationships of two couples: a quiet DTI civil servant, Lester Bliss, and erotic fiction writer, Julia; and a singer named Saffron who's partner is an aspiring DJ, Gee.
Hotel Paradise (1995) as Director Of Photography
On the morning of her wedding day, a bride wakes up in a lavish hotel suite, handcuffed to a bed, after having spent--what looks to have been--a kinky night with a man she doesn't even recognize.
Bad Behavior (1993)
The story of a married couple with two children, frustrated and perhaps disappointed, in the way their lives have turned out.
Century (1993) as Director Of Photography
Turn-of-the-century love story centered around a young doctor and the emergence of modern science.
Turn of the Screw, The (1992)
Drama set in 1960s England about a prim governess who finds herself looking after two children who are haunted by the spirits of their dead valet and nanny.
Close My Eyes (1991) as Director Of Photography
A well-to-do woman and her younger brother engage in a passionate sexual affair.
Broken Skin (1991) as Director Of Photography
Following the disappearance of her father, a daughter charts her grieving mother's progress through crisis and collapse to the reawakening of reason.
Dangerous Man, A (1990) as Director Of Photography
After his World War I triumphs in the Arab deserts, T.E. Lawrence encounters a collection of power-broker diplomats at the 1919 Paris Peace Conference, where he risks his reputation in order to fulfill his promise to create an Arab homeland free of foreign intervention.
Staff, The (1989) as Cinematographer
Tailspin: Behind the Korean Airliner Tragedy (1989) as Director Of Photography
A "HBO Showcase" movie based on the real-life events surrounding the 1983 Soviet downing of a Korean Airlines passenger jet which strayed into Soviet airspace and resulted in 269 deaths. Focuses on the U.S. government's response to this serious threat to U.S.-Soviet relations.
Wild Flowers (1989) as Director Of Photography
Sadie, a young woman from Glasgow, is visiting her boyfriend's hometown. She agrees to stay and meet his family, and unwittingly uncovers his mother's secret--an undiminished attraction to women.
Hidden City (1988) as Director Of Photography
Friendship's Death (1986)
The relationship between a British journalist and a female alien who misses her intended destination of MIT, landing instead in Amman, Jordan during "Black September" of 1970.

Writer (feature film)

Moonlighting (1982) as Screenplay Collaboration

Producer (feature film)


Cinematography (special)

Dido and Aeneas (1996) as Director Of Photography
Telecast of Henry Purcell's opera, "Dido and Aeneas." Retells the story of Dido, the proud queen of Carthage, and her wandering lover, who is cast upon the shores of Carthage after the fall of Troy. Their love is short-lived, as evil spirits invoke the gods and plan the lovers' destruction. A spirit
Rector's Wife, The (1994)
Three-part dramatization of the novel by Joanna Trollope. A clergyman's wife shocks the church establishment and infuriates her husband by taking a job in a supermarket. She attracts the passionate interest of three very different men: a newly-appointed archdeacon; his younger brother, a philosopher

Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

Back Home (1990)
Star Trap (1989)

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