Miroslav Ondricek

Kaneramann - CZ
Born November 4, 1934 in Praha
Died March 28, 2015 in Praha

Mini-Biography:
Miroslav Ondricek was born on November 4, 1934 in Praha. He was a Czech Kaneramann, known for Amadeus (1984), If ... (1967), Silkwood (1983), Miroslav Ondricek's first movie on record is from 1963. Miroslav Ondricek died on March 28, 2015 in Praha. His last motion picture on file dates from 1995.

Miroslav Ondricek Filmography [Auszug]
1995: [] Let it be me (Director of Photography), Directed by Eleanor Bergstein, with Jennifer Beals, Yancy Butler, Leslie Caron,
1990: [/ /1] Awakenings (Director of Photography), Directed by Penny Marshall, with Robert De Niro, Alice Drummond, John Heard,
1989: [] Valmont (Director of Photography), Directed by Miloš Forman, with Fairuza Balk, Colin Firth, Jeffrey Jones,
1988: [06.03] Funny Farm (Director of Photography), Directed by George Roy Hill, with Chevy Chase, MacIntyre Dixon, Jack Gilpin,
1987: [/ /1] Big shots (Director of Photography), Directed by Robert Mandel, with Ricky Busker, Robert Joy, Darius McCrary,
1986: [/ /1] Distant Harmony (Pavarotti in China) (Director of Photography), with Luciano Pavarotti,
1985: [/ /1] F/X (Director of Photography), Directed by Robert Mandel, with Mason Adams, Bryan Brown, Brian Dennehy,
1984: [10.31] Amadeus (Director of Photography), Directed by Miloš Forman, with Jirí Krytinár, Jan Pohan, Simon Callow,
1984: [/ /1] Heaven help us (Catholic Boys) (Director of Photography), Directed by Michael Dinner, with , Jay Patterson, Andrew McCarthy,
1983: [/ /1] Silkwood (Director of Photography), Directed by Mike Nichols, with Cher, Craig T. Nelson, Kurt Russell,
1982: [07/23] The World according to Garp (Director of Photography), Directed by George Roy Hill, with Robin Williams, Glenn Close, Mary Beth Hurt,
1980: [/ /1] Temné slunce (Director of Photography), Directed by Otakar Vávra,
1980: [/ /1] Ragtime (Director of Photography), Directed by Miloš Forman, with James Cagney, Brad Dourif, Norman Mailer,
1979: [/ /1] Hair (Director of Photography), Directed by Miloš Forman, with Cheryl Barnes, , John Savage,
1979: [/ /1] Bozská ema (Director of Photography),
1978: [/ /1] Nechci nic slyset (Director of Photography), Directed by Ota Koval,
1977: [/ /1] Pribeh lásky a cti (Director of Photography), Directed by Otakar Vávra,
1976: [/ /1] Jakub (Director of Photography), Directed by Ota Koval,
1976: [/ /1] Konecne si rozumíme (Director of Photography), Directed by Jaroslav Papousek,
1975: [/ /1] Dvojí svet hotelu Pacifik (Director of Photography), Directed by Janusz Majewski,
1975: [/ /1] Hriste (Director of Photography), Directed by Stepán Skalsky,
1974: [/ /1] Drahé tety a já (Director of Photography),
1974: [/ /1] Televize v bublicích aneb Bublice v Televizi (Director of Photography), Directed by Jaroslav Papousek,
1973: [/ /1] O Lucky man (Director of Photography), Directed by Lindsay Anderson, with Arthur Lowe, Malcolm McDowell, Ralph Richardson,
1972: [/ /1] Homolka a Tobolka (Director of Photography), Directed by Jaroslav Papousek,
1972: [03.15] Slaughterhouse Five (Director of Photography), Directed by George Roy Hill, with Nick Belle, Henry Bumstead, Kevin Conway,
1970: [/ /1] Taking off (Director of Photography), Directed by Miloš Forman, with Lynn Carlin, Georgia Engel, Buck Henry,
1969: [/ /1] Telo Diany (Director of Photography), Directed by Jean-Louis Richard,
1967: [12.15] Horí, má panenko (Firemen's ball, Feuerwehrball, Anuschka - Es brennt, mein Schatz) (Director of Photography), Directed by Miloš Forman, with , Josef Sebanek, ,
1967: [/ /1] If ... (Director of Photography), Directed by Lindsay Anderson, with Malcolm McDowell, Christine Noonan, Richard Warwick,
1966: [/ /1] Mucednici lásky (Les martyrs de l'amour, Martyrs of Love, Tentation de l'expeditionnaire (Episode 1), Les reves de Nastienka (Episode 2), Aventure de l'orphélin Rodolphe (Episode 3)) (Director of Photography), Directed by Jan Němec, with Denisa Dvoráková, Karel Gott, Jan Klusák,
1965: [] Lásky jedné plavovlásky (Director of Photography), Directed by Miloš Forman, with Hana Brejchová, Milada Jezkova, Vladímir Mensik,
1965: [/ /1] Intimní osvetlení (Director of Photography), Directed by Ivan Passer, with Zdenek Besusek, Karel Blazek, Vera Kresadlová,
1963: [/ /1] Konkurs (Director of Photography), Directed by Miloš Forman,

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