Taking in consideration the remarks received from the attendees about the Teaching Cinematography Conference we can consider it was a great success. In fact, for the organization the most optimistic expectations were clearly overcome. When the IMAGO Education Committee began preparations and planning for the conference it was estimated that we could have around 40 attendees or maybe we could have as maximum up to 50. But it ended up by having 120 attendees from 30 different countries and some came as far as Australia, Saudi Arabia and South Africa.
The Canadian Society of Cinematographers (CSC) announces the nominees for its 2017 awards.
When the Bough Breaks’ David Moxness csc ASC and Game of Thrones’ Gregory Middleton csc are among a group of 39 cinematographers vying for top honours at the 60th CSC Annual Awards.
Awards will be handed out in 18 categories at the CSC Gala being held April 1 at Toronto’s Arcadian Court and hosted by award winning actor and comedian Patrick McKenna. Moxness is nominated in the Theatrical Feature category along with Maudie’s Guy Godfree csc and Larmes de Satan’s (Tears of Satan) Ali Reggab csc.
Global Cinematography Institute Will Present Its Expanded Cinematography® Program At IMAGO (European Federation of Cinematographers) Conference In Germany
The presentation “Cinematography for Video Games - A New Workplace for DoPs?” will be shown as part of a few demonstrations by the Global Cinematography Institute www.globalcinematography.com ) during the “Teaching Cinematography” Conference and Workshops in Munich Germany on March 13-17, 2017.
Global Cinematography Institute was founded in 2011 by Directors of Photography Yuri Neyman, ASC and the late Vilmos Zsigmond, ASC (Oscar Winner in Cinematography for Close Encounters of the Third Kind).