Marian Prokop is one of the outstanding cinematographers in Poland, with great experience which he gained in feature films, TV drama and several hundreds commercials he shot.
His aesthetic path lead him through art college, then graphic art at Fine Art Academy in Lodz towards his final destination at Cinematographers Department in Lodz Film School. First working as a camera operator with renowned cinematographers such as Artur Reinhart, Dariusz Kuc, Krzysztof Ptak and Edward Kłosiński, now following the best film directors of today’s Poland - Jan Komasa, Łukasz Palkowski or Xawery Żuławski to name a few. He was also collaborator of Stanislaw Tym, prominent figure in Polish comedy and satire.
Marian is multi talented, award-winning cinematographer – several times nominated for best cinematography: with Polish Eagle Film Award, and by Polish Society of Cinematographers - Xawery Zulawski’s ‘Polish-Russian War’ -he worked on, won Plus CAMERIMAGE in Polish features category, Audience Award in OFF PLUS CAMERA and ERA NEW HORIZONS in New Polish Cinema section. He is the winner for best cinematography in Gdynia Festival in 2001 for feature film ‘Station’ directed by Piotr Weresniak.
Officially, Marian is the member of Polish Film Academy and Polish Society of Cinematographers. Privately – he is passionate about languages and kitesurfing.