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The first cinematographers union was established in New York in 1926, followed by unions in Los Angeles and Chicago, but it wasn't until 1996 that Local 600 was born as a national guild.
SYDNEY -- Oscar-winning Australian cinematographer Andrew Lesnie, best known for his work on "The Lord of the Rings,'' has died, friends and colleagues said Wednesday.
Relied upon by production companies and aerial cinematographers across five continents, SHOTOVER systems are backed by world-class, 24/7 service and support with a hotline that allows customers to access technical assistance any time of the day or night.
Washington, May 20 ( ANI ): Gordon Willis, the cinematographer responsible for the blockbuster film 'The Godfather' has died at the age of 82.
The Emerging Cinematographers Award gives aspiring cinematographers a chance to exhibit their work and gain crucial exposure in the industry.
He first makes clear the overlapping knowledge requirements and activities of cinematographer and director and then makes some differentiations.
The biggest award of Indian cinema, constituted in the memory of legendary cinematographer Dada Saheb Phalke, has for the first time been conferred on a cinematographer.
But with all the cinematographers you covered in Visions of Light, is there anything else to add that makes him paramount?
Green began his career in film in 1933 as a clapper boy and is hailed as one of the legendary post-war British cinematographers.
As a gifted cinematographer (he is without question one of the best cinematographers in Canada), be worked on the early shorts and features of Atom Egoyan, Bruce McDonald, Patricia Rozema, Jeremy Podeswa and many others.
The one exception to this industry ostracism has been a nomination by the American Society of Cinematographers for Passion cameraman Caleb Deschanel.
Faulkner and Anderson detected market pairings such as producers and directors (mild propensity), and directors and cinematographers (mild penchant).
GIRL WITH a Pearl Earring'' will probably be greeted with all manner of hushed enthusiasm by art lovers, not to mention cinematographers, but the remaining 99.
I think it is pretty apparent bow cinematographers, cineasts, and traditional painters contribute to the aesthetics of photography, and so there's no need to go into that in any detail here.
These "unknown faces at unseen moments" were filmed on one day in 1993 by cinematographers in fifteen cities.