Willy Faktorovitch

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Willy Faktorovitch
Years active1918-1982 (film)

Willy Faktorovitch was a cinematographer. [1] There is some doubt over the year and place of his birth, possibly in Ukraine which was then part of the Russian Empire. He spent his entire career working in the French film industry.


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  1. Jacobs p.506