Alexey Fedorov

camera operator

Alexey Fedorov was born on January 29, 1966 in Moscow. He graduated from the Department of Camera at the All-Union State Institute for Cinematography (VGIK, Studio of A. V. Galperin).

Worked as a documentary chronicle camera operator for television (Moscow).

Photographer in the following Sokurov's films:

1995 — “Spiritual Voices” (with A. Burov)
1996 — “Oriental Elegy”
1996 — “Hubert Robert. A Fortunate Life”
1996 — “Mother and son”
1997 — “A Humble Life”
1997 — “The St. Petersburg Diary. Inauguration of a Monument to Dostoevsky”
1998 — “The St. Petersburg Diary. Kosintsev's Flat”
1998 — “Confession”
1998 — “Alexander Sokurov. The Calendar of One Generation” (TV, with M. Tarasyugin)
1999 — “Moloch” (with A. Rodionov)

Prizes and awards:

1997. 20th MMKF (Moscow International Film Festival).
Kodak Prize for the Best Debut (“Mother and Son”).

1997. Lenfilm Studio.
Bronze Horseman Prize (“Mother and Son”).

1997. Festival of Festival.
Ovsyannikov Prize of Artistic Support (“Mother and Son”).

1999. National Prize “Zolotoy Oven” for the Best Camera (“Moloch”).