One of China’s leading cinematographers, Wang Yu’s credits include Tian Zhuangzhuang’s Wu Qingyuan and Delamu, Yang Fan’s Colour Blossoms and Lou Ye’s The Purple Butterfl y and Suzhou River.
Born in Moscow in 1961, Sergey Trofimov made his debut in cinema in 1994 with the film The Peshawar Waltz directed by Timur Bekmambetov. Trofimov has shot over 250 commercials and music videos. He returned to feature films shooting two fantasy blockbusters for Timur Bekmambetov, Night Watch (2004) and Day Watch (2006), which topped the Russian box office. He is a specialist in shooting complex scenes. In the film Mongol he worked on the second expedition to China, when all the main crowd and battle scenes were shot for the film.
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