ICSC ’11 GROUP STATEMENT
In a historic first for the motion picture & television industry,
cinematographers from around the world gathered for the 2011
International Cinematography Summit Conference (ICSC), an
event organized by the American Society of Cinematographers.
The purpose was to discuss important issues of common concern
and to reaffirm the significant role of the cinematographer in the
creation of moving images. Among the subjects addressed were
new and evolving technologies, the education of future
cinematographers, and the fostering of communications between
the world’s cinematography societies.
A consensus was reached to secure the cinematographers’ status
as key collaborators within the global film industry.
The societies assert that cinematographers are co-authors of the
works they shoot, and thus entitled to maintain and control the
integrity of the image — not only during production, but throughout
the entire creative process, from pre production through post and
final release in all forms.
The societies issued a collective statement of purpose, declaring;
“Cinematographers must continue the development of our craft as
an art form, and at all levels, promote the highest standards of
visual storytelling within the creative community.”
Our vision is to foster and encourage dialogue between all
Societies, Governments, Ministers of Culture, Manufacturers,
Producers and Directors to further nurture and protect the visual
integrity of the final product.
We, as cinematographers are the custodians of the image. This is
our heritage and our responsibility”.
PICTURES click on this link: http://www.imago.org/index.php?photos=12<- Back
- - Digital Cinematography - beauty or the beast?
- - Manaki Brothers Film Festival
- - Statement from Jean-Pierre Beauviala
- - IMAGO Declaration of the Digital Restored Authorizate (DRA)
- - Film Critics
- - Greek Society
- - FSC New Board
- - AEC New President
- - Aussie film-maker’s invention wins major international award
- - PLUS CAMERIMAGE 2013: AUTHORS’ RIGHTS - A CHALLENGE FOR EUROPE
- - MILLER has become an IMAGO sponsor
- - Cooke Optics launches new affordable range of Metrology tools
- - UK Directors fight to re-instate Super 16mm film
- - ARRI at NAB
- - Congratulations Marek
- - Who Needs Sleep?
- - AFC News
- - CALL FOR ENTRIES
- - AMC magazine issue 22 (in spanish)
- - “Inspiration” in VIENNA
- - SŁAWOMIR IDZIAK WILL RECEIVE LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD AT 21st PLUS CAMERIMAGE
- - Bill Lovell from ARRI has left us
- - British Directors Fight for Film.
- - La Lettre AFC 229 de Mars 2013
- - BSC Expo 2013
- - PLUS CAMERIMAGE CHOSEN AS AN OSCAR® QUALIFYING FESTIVAL
- - Plague of film laboratory closures reaches London
- - Conversation with cinematographer Ben Richardson about his work on "Beasts of the Southern Wild", by Benh Zeitlin
- - New Board member for Imago
- - Cameraman Magazine
- - ARRI LAUNCH PRO CAMERA ACCESSORIES FOR SONY F5 / F55 CAMERAS
- - NEW ARRI ALEXA XR and XT
- - Long Live the King!
- - Finding the Light
- - ASBH - Bosnia and Herzegovina became IMAGO member
- - Congratulations to Claudio Miranda
- - PLUS CAMERIMAGE FESTIVAL STARTS EARLIER THIS YEAR
- - K5600 Newsletter - GO KINEMA
- - IMAGO meeting in Brussels IAGA
- - INCENTIVE AWARD FOR EMERGING CINEMATOGRAPHERS
- - 2013, nueva era
- - Teaching Cinematography – From Film to Digital
- - 2013 ACS INTERNATIONAL AWARD FOR CINEMATOGRAPHY
- - Research symposium
- - GoKinema in Sweden
- - 2012 Guldbagge Awards - Best Cinematography:
- - MICRO SALON PARIS 22 and 23 of February Paris
- - Cooke Optics to be honoured at 85th Academy Awards®
- - The Problem with Silver Screens – Comment by Haris Zambarloukos BSC
- - The Cinematography awards
- - Czech Parliament Overrides Klaus Veto to Approve New Film Law
- - BAFTA NOMINATIONS
- - La Lettre_227
- - Backwards into the Future.