Aleksandr Gintsburg graduated from the camera department of the Leningrad Photographic Film School (1927), Electrotechnical Institute (1934). From 1927, he was the operator of the Sovkino film studio (Lenfilm), from 1941-1943, the TsOKS in Tashkent, where Lenfilm was evacuated, from 1943, the operator of the Soyuzzdetfilm film studio (later named after Maksim Gorkiy), in 1951-1957 - cameraman and director of the Belarusfilm film studio (combining with the work of Sovinformburo operator).
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