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Birdman Wins American Society of Cinematographers Theatrical Award

Emmanuel Lubezki, Asc, AMC; Jonathan Freeman, Asc; John Lindley, Asc; and Peter Flinckenberg, Fsc earned top honors in the four competitive categories at the 29th Annual American Society of Cinematographers (Asc) Awards for Outstanding Achievement. The ceremony took place here tonight at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza. Lubezki won for the feature film Birdman Or (The Unexpected Virtue Of Ignorance). Freeman won the episodic television category for Boardwalk Empire, and Lindley took the honors in the TV Movie/Miniseries/Pilot category for Manhattan. Winning the Asc Spotlight Award was Flinckenberg for Concrete Night. Giovanni Ribisi presented the Asc Award for best feature to Lubezki, who also won the organization’s top prize last year for Gravity. This marks the first time that a cinematographer has won consecutive Asc Awards in the theatrical category. Lubezki previously won in 2012 for The Tree Of Life and in 2007 for Children Of Men, and earned
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'Birdman,' 'Grand Budapest,' 'Imitation Game' remain strong with Asc nominations

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'Birdman,' 'Grand Budapest,' 'Imitation Game' remain strong with Asc nominations
It was a pretty stellar year once again for cinematography and I don't envy the members of the American Society of Cinematographers (Asc) their duty of narrowing it down to the top tier. Last year they didn't even bother narrowing — they settled on a whopping seven nominees. Why not? The more the merrier when the work is this good. No such luck this year, however, as we're back to five. And I must say, with two excellent pieces of work this year, I'm super bummed that Robert Elswit didn't make this list. I would have liked to see Bradford Young get the love, too, but I have no doubt he'll get his laurels in due time. "Birdman," "The Grand Budapest Hotel" and "The Imitation Game" remain strong as the only films so far to pick up nods from all guilds (we'll see how that shifts throughout the day). "The Imitation Game
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‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘Gotham,’ ‘Manhattan’ Score 2 Asc Nominations Each

‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘Gotham,’ ‘Manhattan’ Score 2 Asc Nominations Each
HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” Fox’s “Gotham” and Wgn America’s “Manhattan” have received two nominations each for TV awards from the American Society of Cinematographers.

Winners of the organization’s 29th Annual Outstanding Achievement Awards will be announced on Feb. 15 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza.

Nominees for an episode of a regular series: P.J. Dillon for “Vikings,” “Blood Eagle” (History); Jonathan Freeman for “Boardwalk Empire,” “Golden Days for Boys and Girls” (HBO); Anette Haellmigk for “Game of Thrones,” “The Children” (HBO); Christopher Norr for “Gotham,” “Spirit of the Goat” (Fox); Richard Rutkowski for “Manhattan,” “Perestroika” (Wgn America) and Fabian Wagner for “Game of Thrones,” “Mockingbird” (HBO).

For a television movie, miniseries or pilot: David Greene for the TV movie “The Trip to Bountiful” (Lifetime); John Lindley for the “Manhattan” pilot (Wgn America); David Stockton for the “Gotham” pilot (Fox) and Theo Van de Sande for the TV
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'Game of Thrones,' 'Gotham' nab American Society of Cinematographer TV award nominations

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'Game of Thrones,' 'Gotham' nab American Society of Cinematographer TV award nominations
The American Society of Cinematographers (Asc) has named its nominees for the organization’s 29th Annual Outstanding Achievement Awards. HBO is the top network contender with three nominations, while Fox and Lifetime each earning two. “Our members had a very difficult time choosing these nominees from such an incredible field of submissions," Asc President Richard Crudo said in a statement. “They have done superlative work in a very challenging medium, and we salute them.” For his work on "Boardwalk Empire’s" final season opener, Jonathan Freeman earned his eighth nomination. The Asc’s press release notes that he has won four Asc Awards for "Game of Thrones" (2014), "Boardwalk Empire" (2012, 2011), and "Homeland Security" (2005), with additional noms for "Taken" (2003), "Strange Justice" (2000) and "Prince Street" (1998). "Gotham" nominee David Stockton previously won for his work on "Eleventh Hour" (2009) and earned nominations for the "Alcatraz" pilot (2013), "Chase" (2012), and the "Nikita" pilot (2011). Other previous nominees include
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Starz Network Shines in Asc TV Noms

Starz Network Shines in Asc TV Noms
Is the Starz Network on a par with HBO? Judging by the American Society of Cinematographers’ TV nominations for its 28th annual kudofest, visually, at least, the decade-old premium cabler is serving up some tasty originals, with three noms to match HBO’s total.

Starz Net was represented by episodes of “Magic City” (shot by d.p. Steven Bernstein) in the one-hour episodic category, as well as two in the TV movie/mini-series column: “The White Queen” (David Luther) and “Dancing on the Edge” (Ashley Rowe).

Also vying for one-hour episodic are David Franco, Jonathan Freeman and Anette Haellmigk for HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire” and two different episodes of “Game of Thrones,” respectively. Pierre Gill (Showtime’s “The Borgias”), David Greene (CW’s “Beauty and the Beast”), Kramer Morgenthau (Fox’s “Sleepy Hollow”) and Ousama Rawi (NBC’s “Dracula”).

Rounding out the TV movie/mini category is Jeremy Benning (National Geographic Channel
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HBO, Starz Lead Asc TV Nominees

HBO and Starz garnered three nominations each as the American Society of Cinematographers announced its TV nominees for the Asc Awards today. Winners will be announced at the 28th Asc Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography set for February 1 at Hollywood & Highland Ray Dolby Ballroom. Here are the noms: 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
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'Game of Thrones,' 'Boardwalk Empire,' 'Sleepy Hollow' Among Asc TV Nominees

The American Society of Cinematographers has revealed the television nominees for its 28th annual Outstanding Achievement Awards, which will be held Feb. 1, 2014 at the Hollywood & Highland Ray Dolby Ballroom. The nominees in the category for one-hour episodic television series including a pair from Game of Thrones: Jonathan Freeman for the episode “Valar Dohaeris” and Anette Haellmigk for “Kissed by Fire.” Nominees also include Steven Bernstein for Magic City (“The Sins of the Father”), David Franco for Boardwalk Empire (“Erlkönig”), Pierre Gill for The Borgias (“The Purge”), David Greene for Beauty and the Beast (“Tough Love”), Kramer

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TV Recap: 'Lost Girl' Episode 305 - 'The Kenzi Scale'

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TV Recap: 'Lost Girl' Episode 305 - 'The Kenzi Scale'
Lost Girl Episode 306

“The Kenzi Scale”

Written By: Sandra Chwialkowska

Directed By: David Greene

Original Airdate: 18 February 2013

In This Episode...

Bo is almost violent as she tries to get her friends to believe her that Kenzi is not Kenzi. Instead they lock Bo up in the keg room. Even Lauren doesn’t quite believe Bo. But we all know that Kenzi isn’t Kenzi - part of that is because “Kenzi” visits Kenzi in a cave where she is tied up. “Kenzi” is actually a fae named Anari who made a deal with the noorn. When Kenzi was leaving the noorn, it was Anari’s magic that spilled into her rash, which - I guess - meant that she was able to become Kenzi’s doppelganger or got her powers back or something... that was never really explained.

Anyway, Tamsin, for whatever reason, decides to believe Bo, lets her out,
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TV Recap: 'Lost Girl' Episode 210 - 'Raging Fae'

TV Recap: 'Lost Girl' Episode 210 - 'Raging Fae'
Lost Girl Episode 210 "Raging Fae" Written By: Jeremy Boxen Directed By: David Greene Original Airdate: 25 June 2012 In This Episode... Bo and Kenzi meet Lauren in an industrial area. A brawny ogre fae named Oscar had the crap beat out of him at an underground Mma fight - against a human. The only way a human could beat an ogre is if they were being dosed with something. So Bo heads down to Salvatore Ferraro's gym and asks to be put on the card. After a brief demo with one of his other girl fighters, Thrasher, Ferraro agrees.  While at the gym, Bo meets Mike, the fighter who (allegedly) beat the crap out of Oscar. Mike is certainly a big guy, but he is...
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