Alex Nepomniaschy

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Alex Nepomniaschy
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Nationality American
Education AFI Conservatory
Occupation Cinematography
Years active1986-presents

Alex Nepomniaschy is an American cinematographer. [1] He was born in Moscow in what was then the Soviet Union. Nepomniaschy graduated from the AFI Conservatory's cinematography program with a Master of Fine Arts in 1982.

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Awards

At the 1988 Sundance Film Festival, he won the Best Cinematographer Award for his work on Beirut: The Last Home Movie . In 1995 he was given awards for Best Cinematographer by the National Board of Review, and the Boston Society of Film Critics for the film Safe .

Nepomniaschy was nominated in 1989 for an award from the American Society of Cinematographers for the television series, Sable . And was nominated for Best Cinematography in the 2003 Independent Spirit Awards for Narc .

Filmography

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  1. 1 2 Maslin, Janet (10 June 1988). "Review/Film; 'They're He-eere!' Again". The New York Times. p. 17. Retrieved 13 March 2011.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)