Basil Mironer was born in Russia and immigrated to America in the late 1980’s. He is an award-winning cinematographer and filmmaker with a Master of Fine Arts in Film and Television Production from New York University. As a cinematographer, Basil has lensed over 30 global film productions for both short and long-form content. He won the Best Cinematography award for the stylized independent feature Seahorses (2014) at Socal IFF, and was praised for his moody wide-screen photography in a recent Variety write up on the Fortissimo distributed dystopian-noir feature Camera (2014). As a writer/director Basil won the prestigious Sonje Award at the Pusan International Film Festival for his short film Rare Fish (2009) as well as the audience award at the DGA Haig P. Manoogian Screenings. Basil recently directed his first feature length film titled the Sound of Magic (2015), an ambitious comedy fantasy musical with Creed Bratton and Kevin Farley.
Unique traits: Moody Lighting, international experience