Anya Krasnikova

Anya Krasnikova

Little Fury Films
Camera Operator, Crew, Director and Director of Photography

Brighton, United Kingdom

Member Since:
October 2012
Last online:
> 2 weeks ago
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About Anya

Anya's love for film started many years ago. Born in the USSR, raised in Ukraine, grew up in Egypt, now based in England Anya's varied experiences inspired her creativity.

Anya's works in the film industry is Director of Photography (DoP), she loves using her technical skills to tell a story. This has also enabled her to work with a number of directors and inspired Anya to make her own films. The first film Anya directed was 'Return', which was based on the ghost stories around Glynebourne Opera House and made from a series of still photographs screened to a live orchestra at Glynebourne. The most recent short was Katerina, a film designed to make a difference. The film is about the tragedy of human trafficking, a subject that Anya feels passionately about. The film won 'Best Film' in Sexual Exploitation category at the 'Unchosen Film Festival’.

Anya has a passion for stories with a meaning, stories that inspire people to change the world and learn something new about themselves. She loves to shoot films that have a human story behind them, to be creative with it, and to allow people to think for themselves about what it might mean.

“Every project has given me insights into new world and new subject. Film-making has given me an opportunity to learn more and at the same time do what I love most - Shoot” - Anya Krasnikova


  • Be Cause

    Be Cause (2015 - 2016)
    Film (short) by Little Fury Films Director The story is about a little girl who learns about natural disasters, comes to believe that it’s all her fault and that she is the one who must save the world.

  • N.U.S.P

    N.U.S.P (2014 - 2015)
    Film by Little Fury Films / Tim Griffiths (Action, Comedy, Drama and Sci-Fi) Cinematographer, Producer As Britain looks set to succeed in the first step towards world nuclear disarmament, outer space has other plans that could spell a catastrophic end to Britain, Europe and the world. Written by Tim Griffiths

  • Subject

    Subject (2015)
    Film by Sarah Barker (Thriller) Cinematographer

  • Truth or Dare

    Truth or Dare (2015)
    Film (short) by Carlos Boellinger (Sci-Fi) Cinematographer

  • 8ish

    8ish (2015)
    Film (short) by Veronica Jean Trickett Camera and Electrical Department

  • Backtrack

    Backtrack (2014)
    Film by Tom Sands (Horror and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Ralph is a 26 year-old regional journalist who's been having recurring nightmares in German. To help him understand his troubling dreams, his friend Claudia, a 22 year-old hippie, uses her undeveloped psychic powers to give him a profound past-life regression, which floods his mind with memories of being a Nazi commando on a mission on the South Downs in 1940. When his visions of that past existence begin to take shape in his current reality, Ralph starts to investigate. In the hope of piecing together his previous life, he goes on a camping trip to the locations he saw in his regression. He is accompanied by Claudia and their respective partners, Andrea and Lucas, who are much more interested in each other than reincarnation. What none of them realise is that the past Ralph is trying to find is now stalking them, and plans to exact a terrible revenge on all four campers for crimes committed nearly seventy years ago. Backtrack is an intelligent and exciting psychological horror film ... Written by Mick Sands

  • Red Curtains

    Red Curtains (2013)
    Film (short) by Adnan Mangral (Drama) Cinematographer Juliet makes an unannounced visit to her reclusive brother who has been hiding from the world in their childhood apartment. Alarmingly, Henry has taken to wearing his dead father's clothes and that's not all.

  • Brighton

    Brighton (2013)
    Film (short) by Pierre Stefanos (Drama, Family, Fantasy, Mystery and 1 More) Camera and Electrical Department A man's journey to the southern coast of England becomes complicated when a tourist's dangerous promise changes both of their lives.

  • Katerina

    Katerina (2013)
    Film (short) by Anya Krasnikova (Drama) Producer, Director, Writer A young girls travels to UK to be a nanny but finds herself in a different situation. Abused in ways she can't deal with mentally, she is forced into her own imagination.

  • The Moon Man

    The Moon Man (2012)
    Film (short) by James Ryan (Drama and Sci-Fi) Cinematographer, Camera and Electrical Department A stranger is washed up on a beach, naked and vulnerable. Where has he come from? How did he get there? To survive he must rely on the kindness of others, firstly a little boy, who knows what it is to feel vulnerable, and then an older woman, who understands what it is to feel lost and alone. As the stranger familiarises himself with this strange place, he discovers there is much to fear, but thanks to the little boy and the woman, much to embrace. Written by Anonymous

  • Friends

    Friends (2012)
    Film (short) by Gareth McKay (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department, Producer A man has an affair with his best friend's ex-wife and concocts an outlandish plan to extricate himself from the situation.

  • Fifteen

    Fifteen (2012)
    Film Camera operator

  • Moonman

    Moonman (2012)
    Film (short) Director of Photography

  • Question 7

    Question 7 (2012)
    Film (short) by Ben Lacey (Action and Drama) Director of Photography

  • Juliet and the Shrink

    Juliet and the Shrink (2012)
    Television (Comedy) Director of Photography

  • The Boss

    The Boss (2012)
    Film (short) Director of Photography

  • Single Shot

    Single Shot (2011)
    Film (short) Director of Photography

  • Return

    Return (2007 - 2008)
    Film (short) by Photoworks Director


  • Best Film in Sexual Exploitation category at Unchosen film festival

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