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Stephen H. Burum will receive the American Society of Cinematographers 2008 Lifetime Achievement Award. The honor will be presented at the 22nd Annual ASC Outstanding Achievement Awards at the Grand Ballroom at Hollywood and Highland on Jan. 26.
Burum earned an ASC Outstanding Achievement Award and an Oscar nomination for Hoffa in 1993. He collected additional ASC Award nominations for The Untouchables in 1988 and The War of the Roses in 1990.
Burum's credits include The Outsiders and Rumble Fish, directed by Francis Ford Coppola; and Casualties of War, Carlito's Way, Mission: Impossible, Snake Eyes and Mission to Mars, among his eight projects with helmer Brian De Palma.
Said ASC president Daryn Okada: "Stephen Burum was in the front ranks of a new generation of talented cinematographers who entered the industry during the 1970s. His innovative cinematography has made a deep impression on a constantly evolving art form."
George Spiro Dibie will receive the 2008 ASC Career Achievement in Television Award. »
In his post, he will oversee development and production operations at the recently revived UA, which is co-owned by Tom Cruise, Paula Wagner and MGM. Granger, who has been working with Wagner and Cruise at the storied studio since its rebirth in November, will report to Wagner, UA's CEO.
"What I love about Tom and Paula is their enthusiasm for filmmakers, for stories that they believe will make compelling movies," said Granger, who is overseeing production of the studio's first two films, Robert Redford's Lions for Lambs and Bryan Singer's Valkyrie. "Decisions are not being made from a profit/loss ratio perspective."
During his 12-year stint at C/W Prods., he shepherded War of the Worlds, Mission: Impossible III, Elizabethtown and the upcoming The Eye. Granger also was a producer on the Paramount Classics film Ask the Dust.
Wagner lauded Granger for "his great filmmaker relationships, his terrific taste in material and the tremendous intelligence he brings to development and production." She added, "He's been an integral part of our team for many years now, and we are delighted that our association is continuing at UA."
Katie Holmes fell in love with Tom Cruise when the two met to discuss a film, and the actor shook her hand for the first time. The former Dawson's Creek star and Cruise married in a fairytale wedding in November and she gave birth to the couple's daughter, Suri, in April. She tells US Harper's Bazaar about the pair's first date saying it was, "In Los Angeles, my first motorcycle ride...to the beach. It was amazing and fast. I was in love from the moment that I shook his hand for the first time." The 28-year-old, who is stepmother to the Mission: Impossible star's other children Connor and Isabella, claims she loves her new life. She adds, "I have a husband and children that I adore. I have a career that I really love. When I sit back and reflect, it's - wow! I am very grateful. Tom makes me feel like the most beautiful woman in the world and has since the day I met him. I love being with him. I love calling him my husband." »
3 items from 2007
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