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IMAGO AWARDS WINNERS

THE WINNERS FOR

 The IMAGO International Award for Best Cinematography for

The awards on Cooke TV

Do not miss the IMAGO International Awards will be brodcast Live by Cooke TV

IMAGO now is an International federation

(Belgrade 15 March 2019 ) Paul René Roestad FNF was re-elected during the annual assembly held in Belgrade Serbia for another term of three years as president of IMAGO. The

Best Master Class Inspiration - Ever

Steen Dalin DFF reports from the IMAGO Symposium in Vienna 25-27th of January 2019

Cover print by Wim Wenders from the exhibition in Metro Kinokulturhaus titled:
Airplane in Monument Valley - 1977
Photo Credit: © Wim Wenders Courtesy of the artist and Blain | Southern London / Berlin

Ed Lachman ASC IMAGO International Award for Lifetime Achievement in Cinematography

The IMAGO International Award for

Lifetime Achievement in Cinematography

Ed Lachman ASC

 Cover photo: by Jon Fauer

Renowned cinematographer Ed Lachman ASC can certainly draw a crowd. When and wherever he appears students and cinematographers across all genres listen to each and every word and can see first hand his compelling images up there on the screen.

Rachel Morrison ASC Award for Outstanding Achievement in Advancing Cinematography

The Imago International Award for Outstanding Achievement in Advancing Cinematography

Rachel Morrison ASC

This is the first time this award has been given. It recognises the importance of advancing the industry and changing the visible face of the cinematographer.
IMAGO is very proud and pleased that Rachel Morrison ASC will accept the Imago International Award for Outstanding Achievement in Advancing Cinematography for her exceptional and beautiful work on both «Mudbound» and Black Panther.
When «Mudbound» was nominated for the Cinematography Oscar award, Rachel was first female DP ever to receive an Oscar nomination for Cinematography. Subsequently, Rachel shot Black Panther, the first Black Superhero film, a major studio production.