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Delbonnel sets scene for ASC

14 February 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Bruno Delbonnel took top honors for Warner Independent Pictures' A Very Long Engagement at the annual American Society of Cinematographers Outstanding Achievement Awards, which took place Sunday. It is the first time the French cinematographer has won an ASC Award, though he also was nominated by the honorary cinematography society for his work on Jean Pierre Jeunet's Amelie. The award was presented to Delbonnel at the 19th annual ASC Outstanding Achievement Awards at the Grand Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland. Robbie Greenberg claimed top honors for HBO's Iron Jawed Angels in the cable movie competition. Jonathan Freeman won for NBC's Homeland Security in the original movie for broadcast television heat. Nathan Hope won for the episodic series competition for the "Down the Drain" episode of CBS' CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. »

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Fifteen have shot at ASC trophies

20 January 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Fifteen cinematographers have been nominated in three television categories for the American Society of Cinematographers' 19th annual ASC Outstanding Achievement Awards. Nathan Hope and Chris Manley, cinematographers for the CBS series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and CSI: NY, respectively, earned noms for excellence in episodic television. They join David Boyd, who drew an ace with HBO's Deadwood for the "Deepwater" episode; Thomas Del Ruth, tapped for the "Gaza" episode of NBC's The West Wing; and Alik Sakharov for The Sopranos' "Long Term Parking" episode. ABC scored three nominations in the network movie/miniseries/pilot category with nominees Michael Goi for Judas, Larry Fong for the Lost pilot and Kramer Morgenthau for The Five People You Meet in Heaven. They join NBC cinematographers Jonathan Freeman for Homeland Security and Clark Mathis for the Medical Investigation pilot. »

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