Tino Santoni (1913-1987) was an Italian cinematographer.
Susanna Salonen is a Finnish-German film director, screenwriter and cinematographer. Born in 1966 in Finland, Salonen grew up in Lübeck and trained as a camerawoman in Berlin. She has shot several award-winning documentaries, and written and directed fiction films. Her fiction debut Patong Girl won the prestigious German Grimme award in 2016. Salonen is a member of the German film academy.
Siegfried Hold (1931–2003) was a German cinematographer. During the 1960s he shot a number of European western and adventure films, often co-productions between West Germany and other nations. He was the brother of the actress Marianne Hold. They were born in East Prussia, but towards the end of the Second World War they fled from the advancing Soviet forces and settled in Innsbruck.
Andrea Bussmann is a Canadian film director and screenwriter, most noted for her 2018 film Fausto. The film was longlisted for the Directors Guild of Canada's Discovery Award in 2018 and was shortlisted for the Vancouver Film Critics Circle's award for Best Canadian Film. Bussmann was shortlisted for Best Director of a Canadian Film, at the Vancouver Film Critics Circle Awards 2018.
Daniel Zlotin is a German director, producer, cameraman and film editor of Ukrainian origin living in Cologne. Since 2002 he has created more than 600 music videos for music artists. In 2007 Zlotin co-founded StreetCinema production company, which he co-owned until its closure in 2018.
Fowzia Fathima is an Indian film cinematographer and director. Fowzia is known for her Cinematography on feature films such as Mitr, My Friend 2012,Gulumaal: The Escape 2009 and Uyir 2006. She is an intuitive practitioner of Cinematography across media technologies, a hands-on Academic with an eye trained in history of art practices along with a wide range of experience in Film Production and Teaching in contemporary cinema based in India.
Florian Hoffmeister, B.S.C., is a German cinematographer and director. Projects he has worked on include Five Days, House of Saddam and AMC's The Terror. He served as cinematographer on Terence Davies's The Deep Blue Sea and A Quiet Passion. He was the cinematographer of the action spy comedy Johnny English Strikes Again, directed by David Kerr.