Alexander Gorski

Director of Photography, France

Alexander Gorski has had a long career working as a lighting cameraman on independent documentary productions and news networks around the world, starting in the 90s with the ABC and NBC News Bureaus in Paris, the London based MTV Europe, later MTV France, NHK, Fuji TV, and Asahi TV in Japan, German national public broadcasting network ARD, Westdeutscher Rundfunk WDR, public TV network ARTE, and Austrian Public Network ORF. As a freelancer he has also worked regularly on the Planète Course series for the French EQUIDIA TV channel, and non-fiction series for the Game One Channel and UBISOFT including documentary shorts such as The Making Of OddWorld (1998) and The Making of STALKER – Shadow of Chernobyl (2007).

Gorski is known for his camera work for the independently produced documentary Crazy Horse – Das nackte Vergnügen (1999) by Guy Job made for ARD about dancers at the Crazy Horse cabaret in Paris and recently for the documentary Chosen and Excluded – The Hate on Jews in Europe (2017) by Joachim Schroeder and Sophie Hafner produced for ARTE and ARD about Antisemitism in Europe and the Middle East.