Marco Zimprich works as Director of Photography based in Austria. He was born in 1971 in Curitiba/Brazil, educated in Austria and graduated from the American Film Institute (AFI) in the USA.
There he gained his first international experience as an assistant for Robert Brinkmann's film "Cable Guy" (Director: Ben Stiller) and soon after as camera operator for the film "Independence Day".
He has contributed to more than 300 worldwide productions as DOP, director, producer and author of many Cinema Documentaries, Commercials, Music-Videos, Feature Films & TV Series; many of them award winners (Goldene Venus TV, Silberne Venus Cinema, Diagonale - Shorts on screen, Chicago Silver Plague Award, Best Film Saratov Film Festival and many more).
Marco has a long list of productions in collaboration with successful directors. For example series such as "Schlawiner" (Paul Harather) and "Vorstadtweiber" (Harald Sicheritz).
He primarily works with his own equipment: Sony F65 camera, Cooke lenses and Mitchell Geared Head. Lately it has been used for the feature film "Vals", the award winning film "La Vie Nous Appartient", the short film "Postgötter" and most recently for the film "Das kleine Vergnügen".