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BOBBY BUKOWSKI (Director of Photography) began his career as a still photographer. He became interested in cinematography while travelling in India with the Dalai Lama, as the assigned photographer for a book on the exiled Tibetan leader.
Upon his return to the U.S. Bukowski pursued his new interest and received a Master of Fine Arts degree in film at New York University.
His previous films are "Men of Respect," directed by Bill Reilly and starring John Turturro, Rod Steiger and Peter Boyle, and "Thousand Pieces of Gold," directed by Nancy Kelly and starring Chris Cooper and Rosiland Chao. "Thousand Pieces of Gold" was premiered at the Seattle Film Festival to rave reviews. Bukowski's first feature film was "By Any Other Name," directed by Ily Heumer. He then went on to shoot "Anna" for director Yurek Bogaevicz, which starred Sally Kirkland and Paulina Porizkova. He also was cinematographer on the comedy "Lola La Loca" under a grant from the Guggenheim Foundation.
On television he was cinematographer for the American Playhouse productions of "Andre's Mother," by director Deborah Reinisch with Sada Thompson, Richard Thomas and Sylvia Sydney, and "Life Under Water," by director H. Jay Holman and starring Keanu Reeves, Sarah Jessica Parker and Joanna Gleason. Also shown on PBS was "A Fine Line."
Bukowski worked on the music videos "Eat For Two" for 10,000 Maniacs, directed by Adam Bernstein; Ziggy Marley's "Tomorrow People," directed by Drew Carollan; Julia Fordam's "Where Does the Time go," directed by Greif; and AHA's "You are the One," directed by Damon Heath.
JOHN TINTORI (Editor) and his wife, script supervisor Mary Cybulski, are part of the group of friends who worked with Nancy Savoca and Rich Guay on "True Love" and now rejoin them for "Dogfight."
Tintori has had a wide range of job experiences in film. He produced and directed two short films, "Manhattan Dinner," which won an award at the Zagreb Film Festival, and "Up There Keweenaw" through the American Film Institute. Also through AFI he produced and edited a one-minute-long pixilated film titled "Baby Booming," which documented his wife's stomach enlarging as her pregnancy progressed.
His other editing credits are the feature films "Little Vegas: A Desert Story," directed by Perry Lang; "Sudden Death"; and "The Sun and the Moon." He was script supervisor on John Sayles' "Matewan" and associate editor on "The Brother From Another Planet." Prior to that he worked with Sayles as key grip on "Lianna" and has also served Sayles as script supervisor and associate editor on the Bruce Springsteen music videos "On Fire" and "Born in the U.S.A." He edited Peter Kagan's music video "Aftershock," directed by Tony LeMans.
Tintori received a degree in film and video studies at the University of Michigan. He moved to New York in 1978 and worked as an apprentice editor on TV commercials and documentaries.
Production designer LESTER COHEN also worked with Nancy Savoca and Rich Guay on "True Love."
Cohen's first feature film was "Salvation" by Beth B. He worked on the critically acclaimed "Anna," directed by Yurek Bogaevicz, and "The Laser Man" by Peter Wang. He recently completed the Larry Cohen film "Into Thin Air" with Red Buttons, James Earl Jones and Eric Roberts.
As art director he worked with director Errol Morris on "The Thin Blue Line."
Cohen was production designer on the ABC Afterschool Special "Flour Babies," and on "Spike & Co. Do It Acapella" which aired on PBS' "Great Performances."
He has also art-directed numerous commercials and music videos.
A former student at the Rhode Island School of Design, Cohen graduated from the New York University Film School and lives in New York City.