Bart Sienkiewicz is a Polish cinematographer based in London and working internationally on feature films, TV drama and commercials.
After graduating from the Film and Television Academy in his native Warsaw, Bart worked as a camera assistant until 2008, when he moved to the UK and began working as a Director of Photography.
It was Bart’s work on the awards-strewn short The Herd that started to get him recognition, and his reputation for supporting directors and realising strong visuals has since been consolidated with his work on theatrical feature films Dark Encounter (Dir. Carl Strathie) an Amblin-esque sci-fi drama which premiered at FrightFest, space thriller Solis (Dir. Carl Strathie) which premiered at the Edinburgh International Film Festival and The Bromley Boys (Dir. Steve M Kelly) a 1970-set coming-of-age comedy which was nominated for the 'Best Theatrical Campaign' at the UK Screen Awards. As well as features, Bart has also photographed a Blackpills Original Series Immortality (Dir. Nick Parish).
In between working on narrative projects, Bart enjoys shooting commercials and promos (clients include Adidas, PayPal, Microsoft, Sainsbury's, Carphone Warehouse, Yonex, NatWest, Guinness, Ballantine's).
With over a decade of experience as a Director of Photography, on both studio and location based shoots across Europe, Africa, Middle East and Asia, he is represented in the UK by the Screen Talent Agency. Member of the Bafta Crew.
• Best Cinematography Winner, British Horror Film Festival 2015 / The Herd
• Best Cinematography Nomination, Strasbourg International Film Festival 2009 / Catching The Bus
Nominated Best Debut Feature, Fantasy Filmfest 2019
Official Selection, Sitges International Film Festival 2019
World Premiere, FrightFest International Film Festival 2019
The Bromley Boys
Winner Best Feature, Crystal Palace International Film Festival 2019
Nominated Best Theatrical Campaign, Screen Awards 2018
World Premiere, Wembley Stadium 2018
World Premiere, Edinburgh International Film Festival 2018
Winner Best Supporting Actress, South African Indie Film Festival 2020
Nominated Best Short Film, South African Indie Film Festival 2020
Winner Best Short Film, Obscura Film Festival Berlin 2019
Nominated Best Short, Sitges International Film Festival 2016
Winner Best Horror Short, London Independent Film Festival 2015
Winner Best Short Film, Festival Boca do Inferno 2015
Winner Best Short Horror Film, Celluloid Screams 2015
Winner Best Horror Short, Sheffield Horror Film Festival 2015
Winner Best Foreign Short Film, Russian Horror Film Awards 2015
Winner Best Short, Sunderland Shorts 2015
Little Dragon - Lover Chanting
Nominated Best Styling, UK Music Video Awards 2019
Nominated Best Concept, Berlin Music Video Awards 2019
Nominated Grand Jury Award, SxSW Festival 2014