Nawarophaat Rungphiboonsophit was born in 1984 and has worked extensively as camera operator, assistant cameraman and director of photography on 16mm, 35mm and digital productions. His production experiences include feature films, documentaries, public service announcements, educational films, commercials, music videos and television series. He is also a lecturer on cinematography at Thammasat University in Thailand. He has worked on a number of Thai and international feature films including Kirsten Tan’s Sundance hit Pop Aye (2017),, Mechanic II: Resurrection (2016) with Jason Statham and Michael Yeoh, and Ho Wi Wing’s Beautiful Accident. He is also Director of Photography of 2015 short film Ferris Wheel (2015) for Manta Ray director Phuttiphong Aroonpheng, which is also his first feature film as the Director of Photography.

 

 

Accolades

Nawarophaat Rungphiboonsophit
Best Cinematography, 2018

Nawarophaat Rungphiboonsophit

Best Cinematography, 2018

Nawarophaat Rungphiboonsophit

Manta Ray (Kraben Rahu)

Nawarophaat Rungphiboonsophit was born in 1984 and has worked extensively as camera operator, assistant cameraman and director of photography on 16mm, 35mm and digital productions.…

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Films

Manta Ray
2018

Manta Ray (Kraben Rahu)

Thailand, People's Republic of China, France
2018

Manta Ray (Kraben Rahu)

Near a coastal village of Thailand, by the sea where thousands of Rohingya refugees from nearby Myanmar have drowned, a local fisherman finds an injured…

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