Remko Schnorr successfully graduated from the Dutch Film Academy in 2000. He started to work as a cinematographer on short films, commercials and music videos.
In 2004 he shot his first feature-length film Pluk van de Petteflet ( 35mm, 3-perf ) for Dutch filmmaker Ben Sombogaart. In 2006 Remko teamed up with director Sophie Fiennes on the long documentary The Pervert’s Guide to Cinema. In 2009 the short film Missen (Jochem de Vries, S16mm ) received a Golden Palm nomination in Cannes for best short film.
Feature films of his hand are Cornea (2014, Jochem de Vries, 35mm 2-perf ) and the Swiss Road-Movie Rider Jack (2015, This Lüscher, 35mm 2-perf ).
With Dutch documentary filmmaker Willemiek Kluijfhout he shot the feature-length documentaries L’amour des Moules (2012, 35mm 2- perf ) and Sergio Herman Fucking Perfect (2015, S16mm ). Over the years he continued his collaboration with Sophie Fiennes resulting in the documentaries Over Your Cities Grass Will Grow (2010, 35mm anamorphic), The Pervert’s Guide to Ideology (2012) and Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami (2017, S16mm ).
Remko also keeps shooting commercials, music videos and short films for renowned artists like Katerina Jebb and Erwin Olaf – at home and abroad. His love for working on film and the transfer of textures and tactilities are a feature of Remko’s work.