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The International Cinematographers Guild has selected eight special award winners for its 19th Emerging Cinematographer Awards.
The budding cinematographers were selected by a panel of Icg members based on their contribution to films with running times of 30 minutes or less.
“I am continually amazed and delighted by the high standards in these short films,” said Icg president Steven Poster. “It shows, once again, that our camera crews are the best trained and most professional in the world. And we are grateful to our generous sponsors, who come back year after year, knowing that these young filmmakers are their future customers.”
The selected short films will screen at the Directors Guild of America Theater in Los Angeles on Sept. 27, with a New York premiere to follow on Oct. 25 at the School of Visual Arts.
A complete list of honorees:
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- Seth Kelley
Here’s something I thought I’d never say: what ever happened to that Agent Grant Ward? Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.‘s man of action was as bland as Melba toast, that is until it suddenly turned out that he was Hydra-ish affiliated, an apprentice of the evil John Garrett. Then, all of the sudden, Ward was complex and driven. He was a character we wanted to learn more about because it turned out there was more to learn. And then he started out the second season as a kind of hunky Hannibal but with less eating people, gently telling S.H.I.E.L.D. everything they wanted to know about Hydra, but not everything he knew. But after being shot by Skye and left for dead in Puerto Rico, it’s time to ask the question, what the heck happened to Ward?
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