Tonight the American Society of Cinematographers announce. We’re waiting on those. Here are the nominees:
Anna Karenina, Seamus McGarvey, ASC, BSC
Les Miserables, Danny Cohen, BSC
Life of Pi, Claudio Miranda, ASC
Lincoln, Janusz Kaminski
Skyfall, Roger Deakins, ASC, BSC
Prediction – I think it’s down to Anna Karenina vs. Life of Pi. I could...
Tomorrow the ASC nominations will be announced for feature film. An odd thing has happened recently in the history of the ASC. After 2006, the ASC had more of a match with Oscar’s Best Picture than previously. But some of that is the extended Best Picture lineup. Last year, four out of five of the ASC nominations at the Oscars were Best Picture nominees....
Tomorrow night the ASC hands out its prize for Best Cinematography. As you can see, it’s kind of hit and miss with Oscar, though something tells me this is going to be one of the key awards. I figure, if The Artist wins here, we might be looking at maybe some kind of sweep of the techs. The same might be said for Hugo – it will show whether or not it has...
Guillaume Schiffman, AFC (The Artist)
Jeff Cronenweth, ASC (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo)
Robert Richardson, ASC (Hugo)
Hoyte van Hoytema, FSF, NSC (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy)
Emmanuel Lubezki, ASC, AMC (The Tree of Life)
I do believe Ryan got 5/5 on these predictions. Hats off to you. I missed one, though in my defense Tinker Tailor was my alt.
Wally Pfister: ASC Award for Feature Film, for Inception!
Stephen Windon: Asc Award for TV Movie /Mini-Series for the Pacific, Okinawa
The American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) has announced nominees in the two television categories. The awards ceremony will be held on February 13.
Nominees in the Television Episodic Series/Pilot Category:
Eagle Egilsson for “Shell Game”/ DARK BLUE (TNT)
Jonathan Freeman, ASC for “Home” / BOARDWALK EMPIRE (HBO)
Christopher Manley, ASC...
In a bit a bit of a shocker, but very well deserved, the ASC awards The White Ribbon with its top prize! Incredible.
This one kind of seems like a no-brainer, but then you never really know what the cinematographers are going to think is the best cinematography. According to some of those in the know, the Avatar cinematography is more visual effects than actual lensing. Whatever it was, though, it worked to a degree that is almost impossible to comprehend. If Avatar is weak on story...
Barry Ackroyd, BSC for The Hurt Locker
Dion Beebe, ASC, ACS for Nine
Christian Berger, AAC for The White Ribbon
Mauro Fiore, ASC for Avatar
Robert Richardson, ASC for Inglorious Basterds