Milan Peter Sova (September 1944 - August 27, 2020) was a Czech-born American cinematographer

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  • Milan Peter Sova (September 1944 - August 27, 2020) was a Czech-born American cinematographer (en)
  • Milan Peter Sova (September 1944 - August 27, 2020) was a Czech-born American cinematographer. Sova was born in Czechoslavakia in 1944. After training to be a machinist in Prague, Sova would emigrate to New York City, where he worked fixing cameras at ABC. (en)
  • Milan Peter Sova (September 1944 - August 27, 2020) was a Czech-born American cinematographer. Sova was born in Czechoslavakia in 1944. After training to be a machinist in Prague, Sova would emigrate to New York City, where he worked fixing cameras at ABC. Sova's first work as cinematographer was on the 1977 film Short Eyes. Through his career he would collaborate frequently with Barry Levinson and Paul McGuigan, and would work with Mike Newell on the gangster film Donnie Brasco. (en)
  • Milan Peter Sova (September 1944 - August 27, 2020) was a Czech-born American cinematographer. Sova was born in Czechoslavakia in 1944. After training to be a machinist in Prague, Sova would emigrate to New York City, where he worked fixing cameras at ABC. Sova's first work as cinematographer was on the 1977 film Short Eyes. Through his career he would collaborate frequently with Barry Levinson and Paul McGuigan, and would work with Mike Newell on the gangster film Donnie Brasco. He was married to his wife Elizabeth until her death in 2018. They had one son together. Sova died in on August 27, 2020 at the age of 75. (en)
  • Milan Peter Sova (September 1944 - August 27, 2020) was a Czech-born American cinematographer. Sova was born in Czechoslavakia in 1944. After training to be a machinist in Prague, Sova would emigrate to New York City, where he worked fixing cameras at ABC. Sova's first work as cinematographer was on the 1977 film Short Eyes. Through his career he would collaborate frequently with Barry Levinson and Paul McGuigan, and would work with Mike Newell on the gangster film Donnie Brasco. He was married to his wife Elizabeth until her death in 2018. They had one son together. Sova died in Kortright, New York on August 27, 2020 at the age of 75. (en)
  • Milan Peter Sova (September 1944 – August 27, 2020) was a Czech-born American cinematographer. Sova was born in Czechoslavakia in 1944. After training to be a machinist in Prague, Sova would emigrate to New York City, where he worked fixing cameras at ABC. Sova's first work as cinematographer was on the 1977 film Short Eyes. Through his career he would collaborate frequently with Barry Levinson and Paul McGuigan, and would work with Mike Newell on the gangster film Donnie Brasco. He was married to his wife Elizabeth until her death in 2018. They had one son together. Sova died in Kortright, New York on August 27, 2020 at the age of 75. (en)
  • Milan Peter Sova (September 25, 1944 – August 27, 2020) was a Czech-born American cinematographer. Sova was born in Czechoslavakia. After training to be a machinist in Prague, Sova would emigrate to New York City, where he worked fixing cameras at ABC. Sova's first work as cinematographer was on the 1977 film Short Eyes. Through his career he would collaborate frequently with Barry Levinson and Paul McGuigan, and would work with Mike Newell on the gangster film Donnie Brasco. He became a member of the American Society of Cinematographers in 1999. He was married to his wife Elizabeth until her death in 2018. They had one son together. Sova died in Kortright, New York on August 27, 2020 at the age of 75. (en)
  • Milan Peter Sova (September 25, 1944 – August 27, 2020) was a Czech-born American cinematographer. Sova was born in Czechoslavakia. After training to be a machinist in Prague, Sova would emigrate to New York City, where he worked fixing cameras at ABC. Sova's first work as cinematographer was on the 1977 film Short Eyes. Through his career he would collaborate frequently with Barry Levinson and Paul McGuigan, and would work with Mike Newell on the gangster film Donnie Brasco. He became a member of the American Society of Cinematographers in 1999. He was married to his wife Elizabeth until her death in 2018. They had one son together. Sova died in South Kortright, New York on August 27, 2020 at the age of 75. (en)
  • Milan Peter Sova (September 25, 1944 – August 27, 2020) was a Czech-born American cinematographer. Sova was born in Prague, Czechoslavakia. After training to be a machinist in Prague, Sova would emigrate to New York City, where he worked fixing cameras at ABC. Sova's first work as cinematographer was on the 1977 film Short Eyes. Through his career he would collaborate frequently with Barry Levinson and Paul McGuigan, and would work with Mike Newell on the gangster film Donnie Brasco. He became a member of the American Society of Cinematographers in 1999. He was married to his wife Elizabeth from 1988 until her death in 2018. They had one son together. Sova died in South Kortright, New York on August 27, 2020 at the age of 75. (en)
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  • Milan Peter Sova (September 1944 - August 27, 2020) was a Czech-born American cinematographer (en)
  • Milan Peter Sova (September 1944 - August 27, 2020) was a Czech-born American cinematographer. Sova was born in Czechoslavakia in 1944. After training to be a machinist in Prague, Sova would emigrate to New York City, where he worked fixing cameras at ABC. (en)
  • Milan Peter Sova (September 1944 - August 27, 2020) was a Czech-born American cinematographer. Sova was born in Czechoslavakia in 1944. After training to be a machinist in Prague, Sova would emigrate to New York City, where he worked fixing cameras at ABC. Sova's first work as cinematographer was on the 1977 film Short Eyes. Through his career he would collaborate frequently with Barry Levinson and Paul McGuigan, and would work with Mike Newell on the gangster film Donnie Brasco. (en)
  • Milan Peter Sova (September 1944 – August 27, 2020) was a Czech-born American cinematographer. Sova was born in Czechoslavakia in 1944. After training to be a machinist in Prague, Sova would emigrate to New York City, where he worked fixing cameras at ABC. Sova's first work as cinematographer was on the 1977 film Short Eyes. Through his career he would collaborate frequently with Barry Levinson and Paul McGuigan, and would work with Mike Newell on the gangster film Donnie Brasco. (en)
  • Milan Peter Sova (September 25, 1944 – August 27, 2020) was a Czech-born American cinematographer. Sova was born in Czechoslavakia. After training to be a machinist in Prague, Sova would emigrate to New York City, where he worked fixing cameras at ABC. Sova's first work as cinematographer was on the 1977 film Short Eyes. Through his career he would collaborate frequently with Barry Levinson and Paul McGuigan, and would work with Mike Newell on the gangster film Donnie Brasco. He became a member of the American Society of Cinematographers in 1999. (en)
  • Milan Peter Sova (September 25, 1944 – August 27, 2020) was a Czech-born American cinematographer. Sova was born in Prague, Czechoslavakia. After training to be a machinist in Prague, Sova would emigrate to New York City, where he worked fixing cameras at ABC. Sova's first work as cinematographer was on the 1977 film Short Eyes. Through his career he would collaborate frequently with Barry Levinson and Paul McGuigan, and would work with Mike Newell on the gangster film Donnie Brasco. He became a member of the American Society of Cinematographers in 1999. (en)
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  • Peter Sova (en)
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