Irina Sarnetskaya

Irina Sarnetskaya
Director of Photography, Director, Camera Operator, Art Director, Assistant Director, Editor, Filmmaker, Photographer (Still), Second Assistant Camera, Talent Scout, Videographer and Visual Effects Artist

Los Angeles, California

Member Since:
May 2016
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> 2 weeks ago
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About Irina

Whether I am a one woman whirlwind or an enthusiastic team player, I specialize in the absurd, surrealism, education, and commercials. My ideal project is surreal photography, film and design that is relevant to many and uses cognitive science to inspire people to enjoy learning.
I am currently based in Los Angeles and formerly lived in Latvia, New York, and Bay Area. The immersion in different cultures has given me an edge in knowing different styles of education, entertainment, and the psychology of it all.

Unique traits: Handheld Camera Multi Tasker McGuyver Extraordinaire



  • Heroes of the Theatre

    Heroes of the Theatre (2016)
    Film (Documentary) Camera and Electrical Department Heroes of the Theatre is an educational documentary that analyzes the creative spirit through the experiences of classically trained actors over a 10 year period (2006-2016). We interviewed three sets of actors: 1) The student-actor, 2) the struggling actor, who is a professional, but still must strive everyday to cultivate consistent artistry, and 3) the successful actor who has found a way to nurture her/his occupation full-time. The goal of Heroes of the Theatre is to introduce many, who are not familiar with the discipline of acting, to the productive creativity of the performing artist. Once our audience has gained an understanding of the actor/hero's journey, inspiration sets in and creative productivity becomes a tool for anyone. Noble Fountain Films wants to progress the understanding of the tenacious thinking of the determined actor/hero, within society, including that of high school and middle school students, and anyone in need of inspiration. Written by Trisha Fuentes Allen

  • De-Railed

    De-Railed (2013)
    Film (Short, Adventure, Comedy and Fantasy) Camera and Electrical Department Joey hears about a really hot bike mechanic named Sebastian, who services all types of bodies - metal and human. The two gingers are in for a kinky lesson about tightening tension, with a big reward at the end. You will know how to fix a bicycle derailleur by the time you're done jacking to this surreal flick. Starring Sebastian Keyes, Poppy Cox, and Joey Utah. Written by Anonymous

  • Transcend: 5 Black Artists by 5 Black Artists

    Transcend: 5 Black Artists by 5 Black Artists (2013)
    Film (Documentary, Biography, History and News) Editor Chapter 1: PRIMER introduces the gallery exhibition show "Transcend". Chapter 2: FRAMING THE IMAGE focuses on the historical context of the African American experience in Okahoma (i.e. The Tulsa Race Riots & President Obama's 2009 Inauguration). Chapter 3: ABSTRACTION is the artists on themselves. Chapter 4: UNTITLED focuses on their artwork. Chapter 5: BRUSH STROKES is dedicated to the artists' significant relationships and how it influences their work. Chapter 6: FLASHES OF LIGHT reveals the philosophical/spiritual viewpoints of the artists. Chapter 7: CHIAROSCURO is all about race. Chapter 8: DEPTH PERCEPTION What is "African American" art? Chapter 9: MIXED MEDIA is the finale (with a twist). Written by J. Leigh Brantly

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