2020 ASC Student Heritage Awards Accepting Submissions, Deadline Extended to Dec. 1, 2020
Society invites U.S. film schools to recommend three eligible students per category for consideration in this year’s competition.
CineGear ON AIR Celebrates American Cinematographer 100th Anniversary
The online panel will take place on Friday, November 13 from 11:00 am to 12:00pm PST.
ASC Sets Awards Date and Opens Submissions for Television Competition
“We look forward to celebrating the exceptional visual art of the many talented cinematographers contributing to the stories that are entertaining us through these unprecedented times.”
ASC Master Class Online Launches Oct. 30 SOLD OUT!
The Society announces beginning of Online Master Class series, a three-day online seminar with live interactions and Q and A with some of the world’s top cinematographers.
Rousselot to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award at Camerimage 2020
The French cinematographer is an Oscar winner for A River Runs Through It and was honored by the ASC in 2017 with its International Award.
Dean Cundey, ASC to Discuss Halloween, The Thing and Jurassic Park on Oct. 7
The cinematographer will discuss horror filmmaking as a collaborative art form, including what propels a genre film into classic status.
In Memoriam: Michael Chapman, ASC (1935-2020)
The cinematographer and two-time Oscar nominee — best-known for features including Taxi Driver, Raging Bull and The Fugitive — passed on Sept. 20 at the age of 84.
ASC’s Mullen and Parekh Win 2020 Emmys In Final Presentations
Honors for Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series (One Hour) and Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series contribute to a total of five Emmys won by Society members this year.