Witold Stok

出生 : 1946-06-14, Trani, Puglia, Italy

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War of Love
Director of Photography
Klara and Aniela are two young girls who decide not to get married. This decision makes bachelors even more eager to conquer them. Adaptation of the classic comedy by Aleksander Fredro.
Mall Girls
Director of Photography
Shopping malls - today's place of creating desires. Best jewelry, clothes, shoes. Unaffordable by young girls, but they "work" to get themselves sponsors for new items.
Gladiatress
Director of Photography
Offbeat sword-and-sandals comedy-adventure about three unlikely heroines (Doon Mackichan, Fiona Allen and Sally Phillips) who set out to thwart a Roman invasion and save Celtic Britain in their own unique and outrageous style.
Gypsy Woman
Director of Photography
The Commissioner
Director of Photography
John Hurt stars as a scandal-hit member of parliament, dispatched to the political backwaters of the European Commission in Brussels as penance for his failures. However, once there he stumbles upon a chemical weapons outrage that points to a sinister political-industrial conspiracy.
Bloodlines: Legacy of a Lord
Director of Photography
Follows the discoveries of reporters after the disappearance of the 7th Earl of Lucan, Richard John Bingham after the murder of his children's nanny.
The Stringer
Director of Photography
Vadik Chernyshov is an impoverished dreamer who spends his life drifting though Moscow with a video camera, hoping to shoot footage that will interest Western press agencies. He falls in love with the beautiful Helen, an English media executive, and subsequently they must contend with the barriers that their different backgrounds present.
Sweet Angel Mine
Cinematography
Paul, a young man from London, arrives in the small Nova Scotia town of Milestone, where his long lost father was last seen years earlier. Paul is eager to find out what brought his father to this remote community. He meets Rauchine, a young, beautiful and unaffected girl who lives with her unstable mother and domineering grandmother on a nearby island, who is eking out a harsh and isolated living. Paul finds himself enmeshed in a web of jealousy, bitterness and fear as his attraction to Rauchine begins to grow. After a failed attempt to leave the island with Paul, Rauchine must make a crucial decision and break the cycle of violence and death that has marked her life.
Two Deaths
Director of Photography
A tale of power, passion and obsession set in a politically torn Eastern European country.
Century
Director of Photography
Turn-of-the-century love story centered around a young doctor and the emergence of modern science.
Bad Behavior
Director of Photography
The McAllister family house is the setting for Gerry and Ellie's grapples with work, children and how to get the bathroom fixed. Both have reached the stage where reason cannot be heard above the ticking clock of experience and ambition. When temptation comes, how will they react?
Close My Eyes
Director of Photography
After some years of tension, Richard begins a sexual relationship with his sister Natalie. Now married, the relationship proves dangerously obsessional.
Shooting Stars
Director of Photography
Drama set around the kidnapping of a footballer.
A Dangerous Man: Lawrence After Arabia
Director of Photography
In 1919, the great English military man T. E. Lawrence tries to help the king of the Syrian in the Conference of Peace in Paris.
Wild Flowers
Director of Photography
At her daughter's funeral, a woman remembers her family's shame when she fell in love with another woman.
Eat the Rich
Director of Photography
Alex is a disgruntled waiter at a snobby exclusive restaurant who falls on hard times. Forced to deal with the contempt and disgust of the upper class, Alex & cohorts attempt to go on a rampage. Meanwhile, General Karprov and Spider plot to involve the inept anarchists into their plans to derail the prime-minister-to-be's campaign.
Wajda's Danton
Camera Operator
Documentary about the making of the 1983 film "Danton" by director Andrzej Wajda.
Wajda's Danton
Producer
Documentary about the making of the 1983 film "Danton" by director Andrzej Wajda.
Wajda's Danton
Writer
Documentary about the making of the 1983 film "Danton" by director Andrzej Wajda.
In Broad Daylight
Director of Photography
Set in 1905. The story focuses on a young and inexperienced man in a revolutionary execution squad. He does his killing job out of idealism, and for the love of a woman. The young student murders a Russian spy and is afterwards arrested by the police. Much to his surprise he is released after a session with the traitor-judge, hinting at some leaks in the organisation. Student reports his suspicions back to the organisation, but in response is given a new hit mission.
Railway Station
Director of Photography
Kieslowski’s later film Dworzec (Station, 1980) portrays the atmosphere at Central Station in Warsaw after the rush hour.
From a Night Porter's Point of View
Director of Photography
At the time of the Polish social regime, a security officer is promoted to work at a prison yard. Introducing concurrently with the narrator; he speaks of himself, his thoughts, his point of view.
Seven Women of Different Ages
Cinematography
Each day of the week is represented by a ballerina beginning with a young child and ending with an older ballet teacher.
Matriculation
Director of Photography
The final oral exam in history and social studies at one of Warsaw's high schools. The film illustrates the theatre of social life in Soviet Poland where one says different things on the stage and another behind the scenes.
The Touch
Director of Photography
This movie is about the visit of Clive Harris, the famous healer, to Warsaw. Incredible crowds gather before the entrance and Harris "heals" thousands of people by briefly touching them. Tireless on his stand, he fulfills his duty for 24 hours a day.
Bewitching Eyes
Director of Photography
A Polish folktale set in the Middle Ages, tells the story of a man, whose eyes, or the gaze of them, brings upon death.
Excuse Me, Is It Here They Beat Up People?
Director of Photography
The film is a story of a young man coerced into undercover work for the police, in return for their dropping of charges against him. He is to befriend a leader of a gang of juvenile delinquents who plans big robbery of a jewelry store. The scheme works and the gang is caught in the act except the gang leader.
Personnel
Director of Photography
Romek, an idealistc 19-year-old boy, takes a job as a tailor in the costume department of a Warsaw theater company where his new colleague, Sowa, is pressured to make a costume for an overbearing soloist.
A Carpenter
Idea
Despite the fact that the film is a documentary, its lead character and his life story are fictitious, though very probable. It is one of the best examples of creative documentary film-making of Wojciech Wiszniewski.
Love
Director of Photography
The heroes of this film are hands and a violin. We won’t see the hero's face, but we’ll notice a special relationship that exists between the musician and the instrument. It resembles real love. The man is able to make the inanimate instrument a living instrument.
Front Collision
Director of Photography
Shortly before retiring, an old railway worker causes a serious accident which ultimately destroys his whole professional career.
A Story of a Man Who Filled 552% of the Quota
Director of Photography
A movie quintessential to Wiszniewski's artistic output. Its protagonist, Bernard Budgol, is a miner and a legendary leader of socialist labour in the 40s and 50s. Structured around a dissonance and contradiction, the film is reminiscent of a broken mirror. Budgol's utterances do not for a cohesive whole, but come into conflict with one another. His wife, children and fellow miners tend to be critical of him while the protagonist himself feels compelled to defend his legend and the rightousness of his own conduct. (FILMAFFINITY)
Happy End
Director of Photography
A purge in the style of those of March 1968 is to take place at a party meeting. Instead, it turns into a psychodrama.
The Bricklayer
Director of Photography
Krzysztof Kieslowski's protagonist is Joseph Malesa, a former party activist, labor leader and mason. The document talks about his career and life through ups and downs
He Left on a Bright, Sunny Day
Director of Photography
Every year, on June 13, for the past thirty-two years, the villagers have gathered to remember one of their neighbors who left his home on that day in 1939 and never returned. His nearest and dearest did not receive information about his death.
Don't Cry
Director of Photography
An impressionistic film about bidding farewell to departing army recruits and the end of freedom.
Refrain
Director of Photography
One of the first documentary films of Krzysztof Kieslowski. It is a story about everyday life funeral in the 70s