Nepomniaschy, Alex 1955–
NEPOMNIASCHY, Alex 1955–
Addresses: Agent— The Mirisch Agency, 1801 Century Park East, Ste. 1801, Los Angeles, CA 90067.
Career: Cinematographer and actor.
Awards, Honors: Cinematography Award, documentary, Sundance Film Festival, 1988, for Beirut: The Last Home Movie; American Society of Cinematographers Award nomination, outstanding achievement in cinematography in regular series, 1989, for Sable; Boston Society of Film Critics Award, best cinematography, 1995, for Safe; Independent Spirit Award nomination, best cinematography, 2003, for Narc.
Last Resort (also known as She Knew No Other Way ), Concorde, 1986.
Wanted: Dead or Alive, New World, 1987.
Beirut: The Last Home Movie, Circle, 1988.
Poltergeist III (also known as Poltergeist III: The Final Chapter ), Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/United Artists, 1988.
Lisa (also known as Candlelight Killer ), United Artists, 1990.
The End of Innocence, Skouras, 1990.
Whore, Trimark Pictures, 1991.
Safe, Columbia, 1995.
Mrs. Winterbourne, TriStar, 1996.
The Associate, Buena Vista, 1996.
Life During Wartime (also known as The Alarmist ), Lions Gate Films, 1997.
Never Been Kissed, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1999.
All the Rage (also known as It's the Rage ), New City Releasing, 1999.
A Time for Dancing, Aura, 2000.
Life and Debt, New Yorker, 2001.
Narc, Paramount, 2002.
The Prince and Me, Paramount, 2004.
Installer, Life During Wartime (also known as The Alarmist ), Lions Gate Films, 1997.
Television Cinematographer; Movies:
After the Shock, USA Network, 1990.
Murderous Vision, USA Network, 1991.
Golden Years (also known as Stephen King's Golden Years ), CBS, 1991.
Star (also known as Danielle Steel's "Star "), NBC, 1993.
Tall, Dark and Deadly, USA Network, 1995.
To Live Again, CBS, 1998.
Warning: Parental Advisory, VH1, 2002.
Television Cinematograhper; Pilots:
Sable, ABC, 1987.
Television Cinematographer; Episodic:
"The Thing from the Grave," Tales from the Crypt (also known as HBO's Tales from the Crypt ), HBO, 1989.
Missing Persons, ABC, 1993.
Crisis Center, NBC, 1997.
Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction, Fox, 1997.
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