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An Eye for Film: Brandon Trost
The Los Angeles Film School is proud to announce that class of 2000 graduate Brandon Trost was recently awarded the prize for Best Cinematography at the Newport Beach Film Festival.
Brandon worked as Director of Photography and received his award for the feature film He Was a Quiet Man, directed by Frank Cappello. He was a Quiet Man stars Christian Slater, William H. Macy, and Elisha Cuthbert.
Trost has had much success working on films since he graduated from The Los Angeles Film School. His career started while working in the special effects department in such Hollywood features as Freddy Got Fingered, Me, Myself and Irene, and The Next Best Thing. Brandon next went on to work as the cinematographer on the feature release of The Salon, which stared Vivica A. Fox.
Brandon’s previous work as a cinematographer includes Mad World, Chaos, Val/Val, Lightning Bug, Demon Slayer, and Deuces.
Christian Slater in a scene from He Was a Quiet Man.