Home > Founders > Janusz Kaminski

Janusz Kaminski



Janusz Kamiński emigrated to the U.S. as a political refugee in 1981 and studied filmmaking at Columbia College in Chicago and at the American Film Institute. His celebrated collaboration with Steven Spielberg began in 1991 with Schindler’s List, and has grown to include more than a dozen films, including Lincoln, War Horse, Catch Me If You Can, Minority Report, Munich and Saving Private Ryan. A two-time Oscar winner and six-time nominee, Kamiński’s other credits include The Diving Bell & the Butterfly and Jerry Maguire.