American Society of Cinematographers, USA

USA

Notes

  • ASC was founded in 1919 for the main purposes of advancing the art and craft of cinematography and to provide a forum where cinematographers could share their experiences and ideas. Membership is international and by invitation based on the individual's body of narrative filmwork. There are currently 275 active members who trace their roots to some 20 countries. There are also 140 associate members in ancillary sectors of the motion picture industry that support the art and craft of filmmaking. (as of early 2005)
  • The awards were inaugurated in 1987.

Awards

50th Anniversary Award

ASC Award

ASC Heritage Award
  • The ASC Heritage award was inaugurated in 1999 and is dedicated annually to the memory of a different cinematographer. The purpose of the award is to inspire and encourage talented young filmmakers to believe in themselves and to pursue their dreams.

ASC Heritage Award - Honorable Mention

Award of Distinction

Board of the Governors Award

Honorary Membership

International Award

Lifetime Achievement Award

Pioneers Award

President's Award

Special Achievement Award

Spotlight Award

Television Career Achievement Award

Historical Timeline


1999

2000

2001

2002
  • This year the award is named for 'Robert Surtees'.

2003

2004

2005
  • This year the award is named for Charles B. Lang Jr. (Charles Lang).

2006

2007

2008

2009
  • This year the award is named for Bud Stone.

2010

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