Lawrence Apu Rozario

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As a Cinematographer I filmed over 100 Television commercials both in 35 mm, 16 mm and HD formats. In my proficiency I worked as a DOP (Director of Photography) for different national and international documentaries including the BBC World Trust. I am expert on 35 mm, 16 mm RED Epic Dragon, Arri Alexa, Black Magic, Sony F55, Sony F5 as well as on DSLR formats.

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Warid TVC YouTube Video
Banglalink TVC YouTube Video
Konka TV TVC YouTube Video
Banglalink Enterprise TVC YouTube Video
Square Hospital TVC YouTube Video
Grameenphone Cricket TVC YouTube Video

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I filmed 4 feature films and 5 short films in 35mm and 16mm format. I shot the documentary, titled, “Change Your Name Ousama!” which was commissioned and broadcasted by OMNI TV. Currently, I am an associate member of the CSC (Canadian Society of Cinematographers). I completed several feature documentaries for different national and international television channels and received National and International awards such as, “Govt. of Bangladesh-National Film Award”, “Bangladesh Federation of Film Societies”, “Bangladesh Film Journalists Association”, “Bombay Advertising Club” for best cinematography. The Government of India awarded me with "Post Graduate Diploma Scholarship in Motion Picture Photography” after completion of my Diploma from the well-reputed Film and Television Institute of India (FTII). I started my career with the Mumbai Film Industry and gradually became an Independent Cameraman. My passion to contribute to meaningful cinema produced in Canada exemplifies my knowledge and experience to excel beyond limits.

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  • We, as film-makers, are privileged. We can make people cry or laugh. We can make them think and feel. It is a great privilege and a great responsibility.

    — Haskell Wexler —
  • I like to say that lighting is about taking the light away. I often like to use the shadows more than the light.

    — Vilmos Zsigmond —


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