A series of films on the unknown pages of famous figures of cinematography, on the stories pictured both on-screen and off-screen.

Norman Wisdom


The most difficult thing in the life is to make laugh, and he did it brilliantly. Norman Wisdom – the most favorite clown of Chaplin. Life and creative path of Wisdom in the TV series “Known-Unknown Cinematography”. 

Known-Unknown Cinematography


“I am an occupant, I want to usurp people’s brains, ifatesnsert images and ideas in them, which can show the world and their lives in a more straight way. Every single man can change fates. This is our policy and creed.” 
Wim Wenders
 

 

Fyodor Khitruk


When creating films, it never occurred to him that they were meant specifically for children. However, he became a child, as he made them. 
Fyodor Khitruk in the TV series “Known- Unknown Cinematography”.  

 

Luis Bunuel


He changed the world yet he remained faithful to himself. He lived and created in three countries yet he created world art. This filmmaker was Luis Bunuel – the “Master of Surrealism”. The life and creations of the great Spanish classic presented in the TV series “Known- Unknown Cinematography”. 

Emir Kusturica


“There will always be people who’ll try to tack you on the floor. They’ll even stand in a que to do that. However, you need to get rid of them from time to time. Everyone should sense the delight of a flight”.
Emir Kusturica, acclaimed genious filmmaker of XXI century.

 

Audrey Hepburn


She never spoke about herself so typical to a noble aristocrat. Instead, she always recalled gratefully all those next to her. The life of “Movie Princess and Angel” Audrey Hepburn in the TV series “Known- Unknown Cinematography”.

Andrei Tarkovsky


“To travel truly, there is only one way that leads to the inner world… Travel around the world can be only symboli. Wherever we are, we’ll be always looking for our souls”: Andrei Tarkovsky.

Tonino Guerra


“It would’ve been so much better if there were worlds where we could stop time and wait for lapsing spirits…” TV series “Known-Unknown Cinematography” features Tonino Guerra; his life and creative work. 

Orson Welles


“In the history of world cinematography, the humanity owes much to this man for choosing the profession of film-maker”, - notes Martin Scorses as he talks about Orson Welles.