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As if HBO needed more nominations under their belt during their already active awards season, the network picked up four nods as part of the American Society of Cinematographers’ Outstanding Achievement Awards, which yesterday announced the contenders in their three television categories.
Boardwalk Empire picked up two nominations in the One-Hour Episodic Television category, Mildred Pierce secured a nod in the Television Movie/Miniseries contest, and the recently axed Bored to Death got a nod in the Half-Hour category.
- Sandra Gonzalez
HollywoodNews.com: The American Society of Cinematographers (Asc) has announced nominees in three television categories for the 26th Annual Outstanding Achievement Awards competition. The awards ceremony will be held here on February 12 at the Hollywood & Highland Grand Ballroom.
Nominees in the one-hour Episodic Television Series/Pilot Category are:
The finalists in the Television Movie/Miniseries category are:
The third category, for a half-hour Episodic Series or Pilot, »
- Josh Abraham
The American Society of Cinematographers announced their nominations for the best-photographed TV of 2011. Boardwalk Empire topSthe list with 2 nominations in the one-hour drama category. HBO also had a presence in the movie/miniseries category with Mildred Pierce and the half-hour series category with Bored to Death. (This is the first year the Asc introduced a half-hour category.) I am happy to see Pan Am among the nominees, because the pilot was gorgeous. Due to the specific nature of the awards, there are a few curious selection that won't get awards attention anywhere else, like Chase and Man Up. Reminds me of my surprise at discovering that Home Improvement won 7 Emmys, all of which were awarded to apparent lighting guru Donald A. Morgan for Outstanding Lighting Direction. Hit the jump for the full eclectic list of Asc nominees. One-Hour Episodic Television Series/Pilot David Franco for HBO’s Boardwalk Empire (“To the Lost”) Jonathan Freeman, »
- Brendan Bettinger
Los Angeles, December 28, 2011 – The American Society of Cinematographers (Asc) has announced nominees in three television categories for the 26th Annual Outstanding Achievement Awards competition. The awards ceremony will be held here on February 12 at the Hollywood & Highland Grand Ballroom. Nominees in the one-hour Episodic Television Series/Pilot Category are: David Franco for HBO’s Boardwalk Empire (“To the Lost”) Jonathan Freeman, Asc for Boardwalk Empire (“21″) David Katznelson, Dff, Bsc for PBS’ Downton Abbey (Pilot) John Lindley, Asc for ABC’s Pan Am (Pilot) David Stockton, Asc for NBC’s Chase (“Narco Part 2″) The finalists in the Television Movie/Miniseries category are: Ed Lachman, Asc for HBO’s Mildred Pierce Kevin Moss for Showtime’s Chicago Overcoat David Moxness, Csc for ReelzChannel’s The Kennedys (“Moral Issues and Inner Turmoil”) Martin Ruhe for PBS’ Page Eight Wojciech Szepel for PBS’ Any Human Heart (“Episode 2″) The third category, for a half-hour Episodic Series or Pilot, »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
The cinematography on Boardwalk Empire, Downton Abbey, Pan Am and Chase has been nominated for Amercian Society of Cinematographers (Asc) Outstanding Achievement Awards in Television. HBO's Boardwalk Empire actually earned two nominations in the one-hour episodic television series/pilot category. The nominees are David Franco for Boardwalk Empire (“To the Lost”), Jonathan Freeman for Boardwalk Empire (“21”), David Katznelson for PBS’ Downton Abbey (Pilot), John Lindley for ABC’s Pan Am (Pilot), and David Stockton for NBC’s Chase (“Narco Part 2”) Photos: Golden Globe Awards: The Nominees The finalists in the television movie/miniseries category are Ed Lachman for HBO’s Mildred Pierce, Kevin Moss for Showtime’s Chicago
- Carolyn Giardina
The seasonal wheels keep turning. I can't keep up. I literally have three, count them, Three interviews to type up. Plus the top ten list. But awards news waits for no man. Not even Nathaniel, man. If you don't peruse every awards website known to man, the following info regarding visual work that's somewhat safely on the Oscar nomination track will come as fresh news to you. If you do, you've already sussed out what you think it all means and you're ahead of us.
I Am Vertigo
First, a moment of silence for I Am Love's Yorick Le Saux who was not nominated for Asc's cinematography prize despite having better Vertigo hair bun homages than Black Swan! I only partially kid because both movies are byootiful (biutiful?) but...come on. I Am Love is not going to get any Oscar nominations and that is going to make me jump off my web cliff. »
- NATHANIEL R
6 items from 2011
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