MikeFlemingThe Publicists of the International Cinematographers Guild (IATSE Local 600) have announced some of this year’s nominees, with winners to be unveiled at the 51st annual Awards Luncheon on February 28 at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel. Last year, Deadline’s Pete Hammond and Mike Fleming were both nominated for the American press award, with Hammond winning for a second time (he’s the only U.S. journalist to win it twice). This year Fleming is back on the nominee list alongside Variety‘s Tim Gray, Entertainment Weekly‘s Jeff Jensen, Access Hollywood‘s Scott Mantz and ComingSoon.net’s Ed Douglas. Here are the rest of the noms unveiled today:

Les Mason Lifetime Achievement Award
Sharon Black, director of written communications, Warner Bros. Pictures
Maureen O’Malley, senior staff publicist, Warner Bros. Pictures International
Michael Singer, VP marketing and publicity, Jerry Bruckheimer Films
Murray Weissman, founder/chairman of Weissman/Markovitz Communications
Deborah Wuliger, unit publicist

International Media Award
Nelson Aspen, Australia
Philip Berk, Australia
Peter Michell, Australia
Elisabeth Sereda, Austria
Lynn Tso, Taiwan

Excellence in Unit Still Photography in Motion Pictures
John Bramley
Peter Mountain
Dale Robinette
Merie Wallace
Barry Wetcher

Excellence in Unit Still Photography for Television
Andrew Cooper
Ursula Coyote
Justin Lubin
Robert Voets
Michael Yarish

Motion Picture Showmanship Award (previously announced)
Rob Friedman and Patrick Wachsberger, co-chairs of Lionsgate Motion Picture Group