Yury Raysky graduated as a cinematographer from famed Russian film school VGIK. Since 1980 he has been the photography director of Mosfilm, historically Europe’s oldest and largest film studio. In 1993 he co-founded the Association of Russian Cinematographers (ARCO). Raysky has been director of photography on many Russian films including the collaboration with Orda director Andrei Proshkin, Minnesota (2009)

Accolades

Yury Rayskiy
Best Cinematography, 2012

Yury Rayskiy

Best Cinematography, 2012

Yury Rayskiy

The Horde (Orda)

Yury Raysky graduated as a cinematographer from famed Russian film school VGIK. Since 1980 he has been the photography director of Mosfilm, historically Europe’s oldest…

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Films

The Horde
2012

The Horde (Orda)

Russian Federation
2012

The Horde (Orda)

The year is 1357 and Eurasia lives in terror of the formidable Mongol state known as the Golden Horde, led by the greedy and murderous…

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