Also a member of the Canadian Society of Cinematographers, Mojsovski won an ASC Award for his work on the Syfy series 12 Monkeys.
New ASC member Boris Mojsovski was born in Sarajevo, Bosnia–Herzegovina, but later moved to Toronto following the Bosnian War. Mojsovski says that his “fascination with the cinematic language began in early childhood as a result of spending endless hours on film sets with my father Levko Mojsovski, a veteran cinematographer.”
The young man completed a master’s degree in production and film theory and became the third generation of his family to pursue a career in film. His cinematography education continued when ASC greats Vilmos Zsigmond and László Kovács selected Mojsovski as one of 10 participants in a Budapest masterclass. That same year, the cinematographer also received a Kodak Award for new filmmakers to watch.
Mojsovski made his directorial debut with the 2002 feature Three and a Half, which he also wrote and co-produced. He was selected to filmmakers labs in Berlin and through TIFF, and made his second feature, the 2005 drama Neil.
During this time, Mojsovski continued to pursue cinematography and hone his skills. He shot the indie sci-fi horror The Day as well as the crime drama Kidnap Capital. For his camerawork on the latter picture, Mojsovski earned a Canadian Society of Cinematographers Award nomination as well as recognition by the Madrid and Manchester international film festivals.
The cinematographer then photographed the Syfy series 12 Monkeys, alongside his mentor David Greene, ASC, CSC, which earned Mojsovski an ASC Award. His television work also includes NBC’s Taken, Netflix’s Between, History’s Knightfall, and DC Universe’s Titans. In addition to his work as a cinematographer on Titans, Mojsovski also direct three episodes.