Marc Koninckx is a Belgian cinematographer, member of the A.F.C. (French Society of Cinematographers), member of the S.B.C. (Society of Belgian Cinematographers).
He collaborated with Louis Malle on Au revoir les enfants, Lewis Teague on The Jewel of the Nile, Cyril Collard sur Les Nuits Fauves, Bertrand Blier on Merci la vie, Roman Polansky on Frantic, Patrice Chéreau on Queen Margot, Claude Berri on Lucie Aubrac.
In 1993, he became 2nd unit director of photography for such films as Stealing Beauty, A Far Off Place, French Kiss and The Ninth Gate. In 2008, with the film Johnny Mad Dog, Prize of Hope at Cannes Film Festival, he participated successfully to make photographic aesthetics an element of the filming process.
The film "The day god walked away", won the Kutxa Prize for the best first film at the San Sebastian International Film Festival 2009. Koninckx's recent work in Tamil "Maryan", released in 2013, earned him critical accolades for capturing contrasting backdrops such as the deserts in Africa and underwater sea in South India. He was nominated for best cinematographer - Vijay Awards