Kamil Pohl

Flying Wild Hog

Cinematic Director


Kamil Pohl is a multifaceted artist whose expertise transcends traditional boundaries, encompassing roles as diverse as artist, photographer, cinematographer, and film director. With over two decades of experience in the film industry and design, Pohl seamlessly integrates creativity with technology to bring his visionary projects to life. Pohl’s illustrious career began in graphic design, evolving into roles as a CG supervisor and eventually a film director. Over the years, he has lent his creative genius to numerous high-profile campaigns for esteemed brands such as Marvel, Netflix, Sony, Ubisoft, Nike, and more. His portfolio boasts an impressive array of projects, including collaborations on acclaimed titles like Marvel Future Revolution, The Witcher, and God Of War. In addition to his work in the gaming industry, Pohl has left an indelible mark on the world of advertising and cinema. He has served as the cinematographer for Nike advertisements featuring global icons like Cristiano Ronaldo and has contributed to award-winning films such as “Cold War” by Pawel Pawlikowski, where he co-supervised special effects. Pohl’s artistic prowess extends beyond the realms of gaming and film into the realm of theater. Collaborating with esteemed theaters such as Roma, Buffo, and the Musical Theater in Gdynia, he has co-created captivating musicals such as “Piloci” and “Peter Pan.” His international collaborations include co-creating the show “Three Body Problem” with artists in Shanghai, a theatrical adaptation of the renowned novel of the same name. As the Cinematic Director for Evil West, Kamil Pohl brings his unparalleled blend of animation expertise, writing talent, and acting skills to the forefront, ensuring a comprehensive and immersive approach to storytelling. With his visionary leadership, Evil West promises to deliver a cinematic experience that pushes the boundaries of the action-horror genre, captivating players with its gripping narrative and stunning visuals.