Boris Monastirskij

Director of Photography - Russia
Born March 25, 1903
Died January 21, 1977
Other names or known as : Borys Monastyrski,

Boris Monastirskij was born on March 25, 1903. He was a Russian Director of Photography, known for Tri pesni o Lenine (1934), Izmennik Rodinj (1933), Ostatni etap (1948), Boris Monastirskij's first movie on record is from 1931. Boris Monastirskij died on January 21, 1977. His last motion picture on file dates from 1948.

Boris Monastirskij Filmography [Auszug]
1948: [] Ostatni etap (The Last stage, The last Stop) (Director of Photography: AKA Borys Monastyrski), Directed by Wanda Jakubowska, with Aleksandra Ślaska, , ,
1934: [/ /1] Tri pesni o Lenine (Director of Photography), Directed by Dziga Vjertov,
1933: [04.07] Izmennik Rodinj (Director of Photography), Directed by Ivan Mutanov, with Ivan Novoseltsev, Karl Gurnjak, Semjon Svashenko,
1931: [] Zapomnite ikh litsa (Director of Photography), Directed by Ivan Mutanov, with , Vasilij Bokarev, Kuzma Jastrebickij,

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