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  1. The American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) is now taking submissions for the television competition of its 33rd Annual ASC Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography. The event, which will also salute the organization’s 100th anniversary, takes place February 9, 2019, at the Ray Dolby Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland, and winners will be announced in all categories. Three categories comprise the TV awards: • Episode of a Television Series – Commercial (half hour and one hour) • Episode of a Television Series – Non-Commercial (half hour and one hour) • Motion Picture, Miniseries, or Pilot Made for TV The deadline to enter is November 5 by 5 p.m. (PT). To qualify, shows must have a premiere broadcast date in the United States between November 1, 2017, and October 31, 2018. Entry forms can be downloaded at here on the ASC website. In addition to the TV awards, the ASC gala in February will recognize the year’s best feature film cinematography, as well as lifetime honorees. For a complete timeline of the 33rd ASC Awards, visit this link.
  2. I am trying to find if any major tv series were broadcast in scope aspect ratio? I know some shows such as The Walking Dead and True Detective s02 were shot anamorphic with a 16:9 extraction, but looking on line I was not able to find any series broadcast in scope except a british show called Broadchurch which apparently was shot anamorphic for 2:1 screening. Also the great doco Wild Wild Country was shot scope (seems anamorphic). Any other thoughts?
  3. Hi, What does an agent typically collect commission on for a dp on a television series? Specifically, do they take 10% for meal penalties, straight and overtime travel time, holiday pay, per diem, kit rental? I know they take for the actual salaryand the overtime, but these other items on the paystub, I want to make sure. I'm new to having an agent and don't want to be taken advantage of. I did some research and found what agent commissions for SAG/AFTRA, but this is different.
  4. LOS ANGELES (October 21, 2015) – The deadline to submit entries for consideration in the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) annual television competition is November 2 by noon (PST). The two award categories are (1) Television Movie, Miniseries or Pilot, and (2) an Episode of a Regular Series. Nominees will be named in November, and winners announced at the awards gala on February 14, 2016, at the Hyatt Regency Century City. To qualify for the ASC TV awards, shows must have a premiere broadcast date in the United States between November 1, 2014, and October 31, 2015. Entry forms can be downloaded from the ASC website. Last year’s winners were Jonathan Freeman, ASC for the “Golden Days for Boys and Girls” episode of BOARDWALK EMPIRE, and John Lindley, ASC for the for the MANHATTAN pilot. Chartered in January of 1919, the ASC is defined by their reputation of excellence in advancing the art of visual storytelling. Currently, the ASC has more than 360 active members and 200-plus associate members, all from various sectors of the industry that support the skilled art and craft of filmmaking. Membership and associate membership is achieved through invitation only. For additional information about the ASC, visit www.theasc.com, or join American Cinematographer on Facebook and Twitter (@AmericanCine).
  5. Awards Gala Set for February 14, 2016 LOS ANGELES (September 9, 2015) - Celebrating 30 years of recognizing outstanding achievements in cinematography, the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) is now accepting entries in their annual television competition. The two awards in this category are (1) Television Movie, Miniseries or Pilot, and (2) an Episode of a Regular Series. The deadline for submissions is November 2 by noon (PST). The winners will be announced at the awards gala on February 14, 2016, at the Hyatt Regency Century City. Accolades for Lifetime Achievement, Career Achievement in Television, and the ASC President's Award will also be presented. Additional honors bestowed that night include the coveted feature film award, along with the Spotlight Award, which recognizes the cinematography of non-mainstream projects typically screened at film festivals, internationally or in limited theatrical release. To qualify for the ASC TV awards, shows must have a premiere broadcast date in the United States between November 1, 2014, and October 31, 2015. Entry forms can be downloaded from the ASC website. Last year's winners were Jonathan Freeman, ASC for the "Golden Days for Boys and Girls" episode of BOARDWALK EMPIRE, and John Lindley, ASC for the for the MANHATTAN pilot. Chartered in January of 1919, the ASC is defined by their reputation of excellence in advancing the art of visual storytelling. Currently, the ASC has more than 360 active members and 200-plus associate members, all from various sectors of the industry that support the skilled art and craft of filmmaking. Membership and associate membership is achieved through invitation only. For additional information about the ASC, visit www.theasc.com, or join American Cinematographer on Facebook and Twitter (@AmericanCine).
  6. Very big move for a company like Amazon, however, it was expected after all the money they put on developing new teams for their studios and production positions and how well they performed on smaller productions. http://variety.com/t/amazon-studios/ http://techcrunch.com/2015/01/19/amazon-studios-to-produce-original-films-for-theatrical-release/ It wants to market the indie community, which is really good. Their plan for distribution is fab too, let's see if it works though, I hope so! Have a good day!
  7. I shot my first short film "A Fistful of Feathers" with Director of Photography, Tom Hanmer, back in December and finished up post in May. Tom used his beautifully sharp Leica Zooms and his newly acquired motion mount. Amazing way to shoot. Wicked fast adjustments. .1 ND increments all day long. A great way to work on a tight schedule.
  8. Hi guys, I'm not a cinematographer but I came a cress this beautiful camera, a Debrie 16mm. It has been used by the Swedish Televison company as it says on the case. Comes with 4 film holders (!!??). I want to sell it and you are welcome to come with proposals. I got more photos to email
  9. Hi everyone! I'd like to ask what you think about the following, If you were to shoot a multicam television show in 4K to future proof it for the coming UHD technology and broadcast specs.... what would you shoot it with? I was looking at the pros and cons of renting either RED Epic, RED Scarlet, Sony F55 CineAlta, and the Panasonic 4K Varicam. How would you keep cost low as possible while maintaining a smooth workflow for a 3 unit camera setup? And what would you do differently for a talk show as opposed to a reality show? For a talk show, I've been told 60fps in HD is the normal recording format to give a live feel, I was under the impression that was the case only because many television cameras captured frames interlaces and not progressive? So considering most of these 4K cameras (I think) capture progressive, would 60fps still be needed? And to wrap this up with a final question, how would you both stream each of the 3 4K feeds to a switch as well as record all 3 stream individually? While keeping costs as low as possible. Sorry for all the questions, it's just it's a new frontier and I haven't found a whole lot published about this.
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  11. I've got a scene to light where the script suggests the key light for the action is coming from a television screen. Characters will also be 'flicking' through the channels. I'm sure there are lots of cool tricks and methods to simulate this. What have people had success with? What should be avoided? Cheers Dan
  12. HBO and Starz Lead Nominations (LOS ANGELES, CA) The American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) has selected its television nominees for the organization's 28th Annual Outstanding Achievement Awards. The winners will be announced at a gala on February 1, 2014, here at the Hollywood & Highland Ray Dolby Ballroom. The nominees in each of the three categories are: One-hour Episodic Television Series: Steven Bernstein, ASC for Starz Network's Magic City ("The Sins of the Father") David Franco for HBO's Boardwalk Empire ("Erlkönig") Jonathan Freeman, ASC for HBO's Game of Thrones ("Valar Dohaeris") Pierre Gill, CSC for Showtime's The Borgias ("The Purge") David Greene, CSC for The CW's Beauty and the Beast ("Tough Love") Anette Haellmigk for HBO's Game of Thrones ("Kissed by Fire") Kramer Morgenthau, ASC for Fox's Sleepy Hollow ("Pilot") Ousama Rawi, BSC, CSC for NBC's Dracula ("The Blood is the Life") Half-hour Episodic Series: Peter Levy, ACS, ASC for Showtime's House of Lies ("The Runner Stumbles") Matthew J. Lloyd, CSC for Amazon's Alpha House ("Pilot") Blake McClure for Comedy Central's Drunk History ("Detroit") Television Movie/Miniseries: Jeremy Benning, CSC for National Geographic Channel's Killing Lincoln David Luther for Starz Network's The White Queen ("War at First Hand") Ashley Rowe, BSC for Starz Network's Dancing on the Edge (Episode 1.1) "The new heights that storytelling has reached on television are in part because of the tremendous artistry and outstanding work being done by the shows' cinematographers," says ASC President Richard Crudo. "It was difficult for our members to narrow down the field to these nominees given the high caliber of the submissions." Franco has been previously nominated for Boardwalk Empire (2012), Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (2008), Intensity (1998), Falling for You (1996) and Million Dollar Babies (1995). Freeman has collected three ASC Awards. His wins were for Boardwalk Empire (2012, 2011) and Homeland Security in (2005). He has also earned additional nominations for Taken (2003), Strange Justice (2000) and Prince Street (1998). Gill and Morgenthau have each previously earned an ASC Outstanding Achievement Award. Gill took home an Award for Hitler: The Rise of Evil (2004), and was nominated for Joan of Arc (2000). Morgenthau earned his first ASC Award last year for Game of Thrones, and has nominations for Boardwalk Empire (2011), Life on Mars (2009) and The Five People You Meet in Heaven (2005). This is Levy's fourth nomination, having been nominated for House of Lies (2013), The Life and Death of Peter Sellers (2005) and 24 (2002). Rowe and Rawi have both previously been nominated for The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone (2004) and The Tudors (2009), respectively. Benning, Bernstein, Greene, Haellmigk, Lloyd, Luther and McClure are all first-time nominees. HBO and Starz led the pack with three nominations each, followed by Showtime with two noms. Amazon, Comedy Central, Fox, NBC, The CW, and National Geographic Channel are also represented. For information regarding the 28th ASC Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography visit www.theasc.com or call 323-969-4333. # About The American Society of Cinematographers The American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the art of filmmaking. Since its charter in 1919, the ASC has been committed to educating aspiring filmmakers and others about the art and craft of cinematography. For additional information about the ASC, visit www.theasc.com. Join ASC on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/The.ASC and American Cinematographer magazine fan page at http://www.facebook.com/AmericanCinematographer. (Oscar and Academy Award are registered trademarks of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.) (Emmy is a registered trademark of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.) Media Contacts: ignite strategic communications 818.980.3473 Sally Christgau, sally@ignite.bz Lisa Muldowney, lisa@ignite.bz
  13. If you could pick one title sequence, such as from a T.V. show or a movie, which one would you pick? Why would you pick it and why do you like it so much? Mine, at this moment, is the opening sequence for the 2001-2005 HBO series Six Feet Under. Every scene of that opening is a work of art. It is all reflections, and a wonderful mix of out of focus/focus. Slight dissolve magic. Beautiful things make me happy, which is why I want to get into this business. I want to make people feel the things I feel from a good piece of film.
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