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Iga Mikler

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Director of Photography

Iga Mikler

Iga Mikler is a renowned, award-winning Cinematograhper known for her captivating visuals and poetic imagery, often enriched by the female perspective. She is open to innovation and new ways of thinking, which opens up sensitive, empathetic images and fresh perspectives. Iga very much has a voice that characterizes the projects she undertakes. From gripping documentaries to visually stunning art films, Iga’s diverse body of work showcases their versatility and mastery of the craft.

She started her career with studies in both cinematography and still photography at WRiTV (The Krzysztof Kieślowski Film School) in Katowice, Poland. After her studies, she went to live in the USA for some years before attending the Dramatic Institute (now Stockholm University of the Arts) where she studied Cinematography.

Iga is hard working and enthusiastic. She puts her heart in any work she takes on. Some of her works include the guldbagge nominated short film Äta lunch, guldbagge nominated Ambassadors wife, Cannes nominated short film Pojkarna, and SVT “storsatsning” Historien om Sverige.

Nordic Women in Film

Iga Mikler

Awards and Nominations

Västerås Filmfestival Winner - Best cinematography “Finding Alice” (2019), Guldbagge Nominee - Best Short Film “Eating Lunch” (2013), Uppsala Short Film Festival Winner - The Special Prize of the Jury for Best Cinematography “Eating Lunch” (2013), CameraImage Student Competition Nominee - “Nina Argentina” (2011)

Directors

Amanda Adolfsson, Anna Odell, Mikael Håfström, Josephine Bornebush, Lisa James Larsson, Rebecka Cardoso, Karin Wegsjö, Pablo Fernandez, Peter Pontikis, Ester Martin Bergsmark, Rebecca Örtman, Isabella Carbonell, Alexandra Dahlström, Ivica Zubak, Tora Mårtens, Veronica Lilja, Sanna Lenken, Carl Englen, Mårten Klingberg, Hugo Lilja, Pella Kågerman, Terese Andren, Linnea Roxenheim, Julia Dinome, Nisti Sterk, Henrik von Sydow, Max Eriksson, Karolin Axelsson, Theresa Traore Dahlberg, Roxy Farhat, Sophie Vuković, Maud Nycander, Linda Hambäck, Åsa Ekman, Emanuel Almborg, Binyam Berhane, Ahang Bashi

Production Companies

Asp Varhos, French Quarter film, Brain Acadamy, Warner Bros, Liveitbitch, Karin wegsjö Productions, Laithaus, Borderline film, Garagefilm International, Stella Nova film, Doppelganger, Pavlovas film, B-Reel, UR, Story AB, SVT, Garage Film, Dramatiska Institutet, Kärnfilm, Sterkfilm, Henrik von Sydow film & tv, Sisyfosfilm, Kali productions, Kungliga Konsthögskolan, Statens konstråd, Silvio Productions, Momento Film, Film and Tell, Lee Film, KKH

Documentary

Fosterfamiljen, Who the fuck is Bobby, Birgitta Dahl, The Scars of Ali Boulala, Lasse Lindroth- allt för ett skratt, Blott Sverige Svenska Komedienner har, Gunnel Lindblom- ut ur tystnaden, Ambassadors wife, HUR, Pengarna i Piracy, Shapeshifters, Ouaga Girls, Go Straight Home, Fighting spirit, Say Something, My Life My Lesson, The Rest is Scilence, Kiipa papa, Paradiset

Feature Film

Finding Alice, Quick (2nd Camera DoP), Återträffen (2nd Camera DoP)

Short film

Pojkarna, Fågel Fenix, HUR, 10 Guds siffror, Josefins Himmel, Jägaren, Äta Lunch, De närmaste, Supporten, Nina Argentina, Orkar Bry Sig, Guilty not Guilty, Innan Bröllopet, Smågodis katter och lite våld, Under Elden, Liv

TV Series

Barracuda Queens (camera operator), Älska Mig S2 (2nd unit DoP), Hjerson (Camera operator), A Royal Secret (2nd Camera DoP), Snickesnackarn
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