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Miroslaw Baszak

Miroslaw Baszak is known for his work on Dawn of the Dead (2004), 300 (2006) and Land of the Dead (2005). See full bio »
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Dawn of the Dead
Dawn of the Dead Camera and Electrical Department
300 Camera and Electrical Department
Land of the Dead
Land of the Dead Cinematographer
House at the End of the Street


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 2017 Devil's Gate
 2015 Man Vs. (director of photography)
 2012 House at the End of the Street (director of photography)
 2010 The Bang Bang Club (director of photography)
 2008 Pontypool (director of photography)
 2006 Trailer Park Boys: The Movie (director of photography)
 2005 Land of the Dead (director of photography)
 2001 Picture Claire (director of photography)
 1999 Four Days
 1994 Eclipse
 1993 Zero Patience
 1991 Highway 61
 1989 Roadkill
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