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Vic Losick is an award-winning free-lance cameraman based in New York working in both film & video. Some of his more recent credits include:

"Erroll Garner: No One Can Hear You Read,"

a feature documentary on the jazz pianist. Atticus Brady, Director, Producer (One of Two Cameramen) (Best Documentary Monarch FF & Northampton FF  2012)

"The Judd Oral History Project," and on-going audio/video biography of sculptor, Donald Judd. Director: Ranier Judd

Theatrically Released/Broadcast Productions:

"The September Issue ,"
a feature documentary on Anna Wintour, Editor of Vogue. R.J. Cutler director. (One of Several Cameramen, Bob Richman DP) (2009 Sundance FF)

a 10-years-in-the-making documentary on Ground Zero with unprecedented time-laspe photography. Director Jim Whitaker (One of Many, many Cameramen, Tom Lappin DP) (Sundance FF 2011)

"Saint Misbehavin',"
a feature documentary on the 60's hippie, Wavy Gravy. Michele Esrick, Director/Producer (One of Several Cameramen, Daniel Gold DP) (SXSW FF & Full Frame FF 2009)

“Waiting for Superman,” A feature documentary on public & charter schools in the US. Davis Guggenheim, Director. (One of Several Cameramen, Bob Richman DP) (Sundance FF 2010) (Theatrical Release)

“Piano Blues” a 90-minute documentary on blues pianists, with Ray Charles, PineTop Perkins, Marcia Ball, Dr. John, & Dave Brubeck, Clint Eastwood, Director (2003 European Theatrical Release/ PBS)

"The Gates Project a one-hour documentary on Cristo & Jean Claude’s Installation in Central Park, Albert Maysles & Antonio Ferrara/Directors/Producers (One of Several Cameramen) (2007 HBO)

“Last Dance” a 90-minute documentary about the unique collaboration of Maurice Sendak & the Pilobolous Dance Theater on the creation of an original dance work. Mirra Bank Director/Producer (with Vic Losick) named by AMPAS as one of the Best Documentaries of 2002-03 (2002 Theatrical Release) (Sundance Channel)

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