The American Society of Cinematographers celebrated their 32nd annual ASC Awards and Blade Runner 2049 walked away with the marquee Theatrical Picture Prize while Netflix’s The Crown, Genius, and 12 Monkeys won on top TV honors

Blade Runner 2049 winning the theatrical trophy puts it ahead in the Oscar race. In the past 32 years, 13 ASC winners went on to receive the Academy Award for Best Cinematography. Lion won the ASC award last year, but La La Land ended up taking the Oscar. Only time will tell if Blade Runner 2049 will take the gold on March 4.

The ceremony also honored Angelina Jolie with the Board of Governors Award while Stephen Lighthill (Top Gun) was honored with the Presidents Award while Alan Caso (Six Feet Under) was received the Career Achievement in Television Award. Russell Carpenter, who won the Academy Award for Titanic was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award.

Read the complete list of ASC award winners below and how things went down during the ceremony.

THEATRICAL RELEASE
Roger Deakins, ASC, BSC
Blade Runner 2049

EPISODE OF A SERIES FOR NON-COMMERCIAL TELEVISION
Adriano Goldman, ASC, ABC
The Crown (“Smoke and Mirrors”), Netflix

SPOTLIGHT AWARD
Mart Taniel
November

MOTION PICTURE, MINISERIES, OR PILOT MADE FOR TELEVISION
Mathias Herndl, AAC
Genius (“Chapter 1”), National Geographic

EPISODE OF A SERIES FOR COMMERCIAL TELEVISION
Boris Mojsovski, CSC
12 Monkeys (“Thief”), Syfy

Lifetime Achievement Award
Russell Carpenter, ASC

Board of Governors Award
Angelina Jolie

Career Achievement in Television Award
Alan Caso, ASC

International Award
Russell Boyd, ASC, ACS

Presidents Award
Stephen Lighthill, ASC

ASC Andrew Lesnie Heritage Award Winners
Undergraduate: Logan Fulton, Widow
Graduate: Favienne Howsepian, Snowplow

ASC Haskell Wexler Student Documentary Award Winner
Connor Ellmann, Forever Home

Bud Stone Award
Frieder Hocheim

Dino-Ray Ramos February 17, 20187:55 pm

We are minutes away from the 32nd annual American Society of Cinematographers awards!

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Antonia Blyth and I will be here updating you on all the winners, acceptance speeches and events from the annual ceremony.

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ASC’s Chairman Don McCuaig is on stage!

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And we’re watching a reel of the contenders…past and present

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Lot of amazing stuff out there….it’s a long reel

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Host Ben Mankiewicz comes up on stage, cracking his knuckles! “Good evening cinematographers! ….I don’t do Trump jokes!”

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One of the big awards for the evening is the Theatrical Award and Roger Deakins is nominated for the 15th time for Blade Runner 2049.

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“None of tonight’s nominees has to be replaced by Christopher Plummer so congratulations to all of you”

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He has a couple of zingers tonight!

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“My favorite, Police Academy 7, shot by Roger Deakins!” Mankiewicz says of the nominees

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Massive MASSIVE cheers as Mankiewisz announces Rachel Morrison is among tonights nominees for Mudbound.

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The FIRST woman to be nominated

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And she did a phenomenal job with Mudbound.

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“If you flub your lines, don’t worry we’ll fix it in post, right?”

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Side note: Morrison is also the DP on a little movie called Black Panther.

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Dean Semler of ASC comes on stage to present the Board of Governors award to Angelina Jolie

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Last year’s Board of Governors Award went to Denzel Washington.

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He describes her as “a stunningly beautiful winged fairy in Maleficient”

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The Board of Governors Award — the only non-cinematographer honor handed out by the ASC — is given to individuals whose body of work has made significant and indelible contributions to cinema, and for filmmakers who have been champions for directors of photography and the visual art form.

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Semler says, “One morning her assistant came in and said, ‘she’s going to be a little late this morning….she said, ‘she’s fine she just had to make a phone call to a prince in Saudi Arabia.'”

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“She proved she was a very confident able director”

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He refers to Jolie as “A true screen goddess”

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Then Semler introduces her reel with, “let’s take a look at Angelina’s amazing body, oh wait her amazing body of work”….could have been a genuine mistake!

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I hope it was a genuine mistake!

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me too

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We’re watching her reel and there’s so much good stuff in there

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It ends on a shot of Unbroken and huge applause 

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Jolie comes up on stage in a sparkling gown to a standing ovation

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“I still feel the wonder of the privilege of being able to work as an artists and be part of this community” Jolie says

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Jolie recently directed the Cambodian film First They Killed My Father…and she has dual citizenship in the U.S. and Cambodia.

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She thanks “the brilliant D Semler”

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“When you emote toward their light, you play, you live in their frame,” she says

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Side note: Dean Semler is the Oscar-winning Dances with Wolves cinematographer. 

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“I was actually taught to direct by a DP, by a few amazing DPS”…she names a few including Roger Deakins “and their teams”

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“When we were doing First They Killed My Father, they had to shoot from the point of view of a six-year-old girl…” Of the high moments, she remembers of working with Deakins, “the first time you suggest a shot and he puts his hand on your shoulder and says ‘it’s a good idea’…I never heard from Roger, ‘Don’t worry I’ll fix it in post'”

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“I think of the opportunities I’ve had a woman and I think of female artists before us, and the idea of a room of one’s own..and how the idea of being able to live as an independent artist was a bitter dream….so I am grateful that I’ve never been made to feel like a female director, but my job is to be a good director. I’m very excited there are more women making their mark in cinematography and being recognized for it. I am hopeful that in our lifetime we will be able to see the rise of more women…that surge of light that has been held back for far too long.”

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Sean Astin is on stage!

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From Stranger Things! 

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And my personal fave, The Goonies.

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“John Alcock always wore white” Astin says. “The main job of John Alock was just to make sure he didn’t get any dirt on him” he jokes. “He would only use polaroids not a light meter and then he wouldn’t show them to anyone, he would just destroy them”

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“John Alcock always wore white” Astin says. “The main job of John Alcock was just to make sure he didn’t get any dirt on him” he jokes. “He would only use polaroids not a light meter and then he wouldn’t show them to anyone, he would just destroy them”

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And for those of you are interested, here’s Angelina in all her glamorous glory.

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He recalls working with Jack Green: “He gave me this cinematographer’s handbook…flipping through it I knew absolutely that I wanted to direct, I didn’t want to be a cinematographer!”

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We’re watching a reel of the nominees for Episode of a Series for Commercial Television

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WINNER:  

EPISODE OF A SERIES FOR COMMERCIAL TELEVISION

Boris Mojsovski, CSC
12 Monkeys (“Thief”), Syfy

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Mojsovski, accepting says, “I didn’t prepare a speech because David Green was supposed to win…he got me onto this series and I would be nothing without him”

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This is Mojsovski’s first ASC nomination and win.

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He thanks his dad who is a retired cinematographer. “He taught me how to be a good filmmaker and be honest and push for the best and put the good movie or television first”

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Next up presenting the television lifetime Achievement Award is Lost’s Daniel Dae Kim

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Kim talks about how he met honoree Alan Caso when he was shooting in Hawaii. He jokes it was a terrible hardship working there with all the “half-naked people”

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He says Caso always had “class, grace and an easy smile”

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Caso worked with Kim on Hawaii Five-0.

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He also says Caso was once a truck driver (“you’ll have to ask him,”) before recalling his “multiple Emmy nominations as well as a previous ASC award”

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Caso also won an ASC award in 1998 for Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Mini-Series for George Wallace.

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We’re being treated to a reel of Caso’s amazing work

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Those Emmy noms were for his work for the acclaimed series Six Feet Under.

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Caso was also nominated for an ASC Award in 2005 for the mini-series Frankenstein and in 2006 for the mini-series Into the West.

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Caso comes up on stage to a standing ovation and the theme music from Hawaii Five-o!

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Caso says Kim is “a real talent and a real gentleman”

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“I’d like to take this moment and talk about something I have NOT achieved in my career”

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He says we voted a demagogue into power and we’ve long experienced “blatant racism and sexism” in the industry

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“I realized what I hypocrite I was complaining” because he’d been in a bubble of racism and sexism

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“I can’t imagine what it’s like to try and have a career as a woman, a person of color, or a woman of color”

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“I swore I’d spend the rest of my career opening doors for aspiring cinematographers who don’t look like me”

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He called on everyone else there to do the same “so you can avoid having a moment like me standing up here” (feeling like he hadn’t fixed this).

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“We look like an Ivy League fraternity” he said

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The entire room is on its feet screaming its approval

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Caso is giving a seriously woke acceptance speech!

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It was very moving

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Kerri Kenney-Silver is up on stage after the In Memoriam reel. “I have been the dawn following the show’s darkest moment…everyone in this category is currently alive – I think”

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She’s presenting the Motion Picture, Miniseries or Pilot Made for Television

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WINNER:

MOTION PICTURE, MINISERIES, OR PILOT MADE FOR TELEVISION

Mathias Herndl, AAC
Genius (“Chapter 1”), National Geographic
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Mathias Herndl couldn’t be here sadly

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WINNER:

MOTION PICTURE, MINISERIES, OR PILOT MADE FOR TELEVISION

Mathias Herndl, AAC
Genius (“Chapter 1”), National Geographic

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ASC President Kees Van Oostrum comes on stage. He says everyone here has been given an opportunity to be part of an industry where “harassment and abuse is no longer tolerated…that is our vision”

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He says the ASC website and magazine is an important resource and now 100 years’ worth of the magazine will be put online for everyone to see. Also, “This year we will proudly break ground on our ASC education facility”

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Going back to Herndl — that was his first ASC Award nomination and win. Just wanted to mention that. Moving on.

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Oostrum says, “This year marks the first year a female cinematographer is nominated in a feature category.”

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He then asks for every female cinematographer to stand up so we can see them. I count only 12 total in the room

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After 32 years the first female cinematographer in the feature category — that is amazing.

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Hopefully, Morrison’s nomination will pave the way for more future nominations!

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He presents the Bud Stone award to Frieder Hochheim who comes onstage in total surprise and gives a very short few words, seeming totally shocked

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AFI President Bob Gazzale presents the Presidents Award to Stephen Lighthill

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In 1995, Frieder Hocheim won a technical Oscar for the development of the Kino Flo Portable, Flicker Free, High Output Fluorescent Lighting System for motion picture set illumination.

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He says he’s not going to talk about all the amazing things Lighthill has done (Gimme Shelter for one), instead he will talk about Lighthill’s service

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Gazzale recalls recently running into Lighthill at ‘The Yellow Balloon’ – “a nightmare on Ventura Blvd where children go to get their hair cut for the first time”

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Well, I’ll talk about Lighthill’s amazing work. He has worked on the ’80s Tom Cruise movie Top Gun and on George Lucas’ THX 1138.

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“Stephen taught hundreds and hundreds of young storytellers over the years…which is why I brought you to The Yellow Balloon.” (Lighthill was there with his wife and children for kids’ haircuts like Gazzale). “Hair flying, anxiety fills the air…but what Stephen saw was the faces of the future. He was patient and encouraging and loving. It showed me everything about what it is to be present. To act, to lead and to teach and as great artists do, to give and to give and to give.” 

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Lighthill comes on stage to the tune of ‘I can’t Get No Satisfaction’ and everyone clapping in time to the music

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Lighthill: “I’ll tell you now this amazing orb, (he says of the award in hand) I’m going to put it in circulation…friends, relatives, anybody, if this will inspire you if it sits on your mantel, come and borrow it.” Awwww

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“At the conservatory we actually follow one of the principles espoused by Master Yoda: The best teacher, failure is'” Lighthill says.

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“We will applaud the 99 female cinematographers who have graduated in my tenure at AFI, and I hope in the future there will be no need to gender identify us”

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(The lack of women in the industry) “has noting to do with the weight of our equipment, it is to do with the struggle for diversity”

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Speaking of female cinematographers, Nancy Schreiber (Better Things, Your Friends & Neighbors) was honored with the Presidents Award last year.

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Six-time past President of the ASC Richard Crudo comes on stage to honor Owen Roizman

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And we’re watching an awesome reel of Roizman’s work

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Roizman worked on some of Hollywood’s most iconic films including The French Connection, The Exorcist, and Network

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He’s getting the ASC Honorary Oscar acknowledgement – a five time Oscar nominee and winner in 2017 when he received the Governor’s award

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It’s the Spotlight award next

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Presented by John Bailey

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WINNER:

SPOTLIGHT AWARD

Mart Taniel, ESC
November

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Bailey: “I hope this isn’t an envelope malfunction” as he flips it open slowly

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Taniel accepting: ” I come from a small place about 15 hours from here….with a plane” he says and everyone laughs

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He says, “I was at a cinematography festival in Poland” and a group in the audience starts whooping and cheering for Poland.

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He says ASC member Daniel Pearl approached him at the festival…”and here I am now!”

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“If you’ll excuse me now I’ll go home and have a heart attack”

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Mandy Walker (Shattered Glass, Hidden Figures) comes on stage to present the International Award to Russell Boyd

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She talks about how Boyd grew up in a small town in Australia and from watching films and commercials because a self-taught cinematographer

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Boyd is an Oscar winner for Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World.


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She recalls how his work on Picnic at Hanging Rock was “drastically different” from the hard -sun appearance of previous Australian films. “It was painterly and emotional using soft light”

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“In 1998 he was inducted into the Australian Cinematographers hall of fame” Walker says

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Boyd: “It came as a complete surprise and it’s a very humbling experience” he says before thanking his wife Sandy for “being a wonderful partner for almost 50 years”

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He says he still feels bad about the camera operators and team members he didn’t name during his Oscar acceptance speech. “I thought I was going to run out of time” he says, before naming some of them here.

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Boyd was also nominated for an ASC Award in 2004 for Master and Commander.

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Next up is Teri Polo who jokes, “we are mid-way through the show” (It’s almost the end)

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“I also realized tonight why at the Oscars…” Polo begins joking about the speech lengths, then she is interrupted by a piano playing her off

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She’s presenting the award for Episode of a Series for Non-Commercial Television 

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WINNER:


EPISODE OF A SERIES FOR NON-COMMERCIAL TELEVISION

Adriano Goldman, ASC, ABC
The Crown (“Smoke and Mirrors”), Netflix

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WINNER:

EPISODE OF A SERIES FOR NON-COMMERCIAL TELEVISION

Adriano Goldman, ASC, ABC
The Crown (“Smoke and Mirrors”), Netflix

Dino-Ray Ramos February 17, 20189:56 pm

Was expecting Game of Thrones to win that because they were nominated twice. Congrats to The Crown!

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Goldman, accepting, thanks Netflix “for offering me this amazing gig…but I really want to thank Claire Foy for being an amazing inspiration…trying to keep up with her standards has been one of my main goals.”

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“Welcome to the 33rd annual ASC awards! I’ll just say the gaffer awards are here at 10.30 tonight” jokes Mankiewicz as everyone is starting to droop towards the end of the evening

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Dante Spinotti comes onstage to present the Lifetime Achievement Award to Russell Carpenter.

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This is Goldman’s first nomination and win. He received an Emmy nomination for The Crown as well.

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Carpenter won an Academy Award for a small indie movie titled Titanic.

Antonia Blyth February 17, 201810:01 pm

Haha a few people saw that one

Dino-Ray Ramos February 17, 201810:01 pm

Just kidding. We all know James Cameron’s Titanic made a bajillion dollars and gave us that “Heart Will Go On” song.

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Yes, thank you Celine

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We’re watching clips of it right now actually

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And Ant Man.

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Everyone stands as Carpenter comes to the stage

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He also worked with Cameron on True Lies. More recently he worked on xXx: Return of Xander Cage and he’s currently working on Avatar 2…another Cameron vehicle.

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Carpenter calls the world of cinematography “pure alchemy” and recalls “goofing around with my best friend” as the way he began his craft

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Side note: Last year’s Lifetime Achievement Award recipient was Edward Lachman, who worked with Todd Haynes on Carol, Far from Heaven, and most recently, Wonderstruck.

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But of course, tonight’s all about the acclaimed career of Carpenter.

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He tells a funny story about borrowing his sister’s pet for his first picture, It Came From the Pet Shop

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He says he thought of Hollywood as “this impermeable steel wall” but it turned int a patchwork of “general souls….directors who took a chance on me”

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“I learned from friends like Steve Jacob that I had to consider myself as a brand in a way and whatever I did on a set could have long lasting implications on a set”

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“For those who are at the beginning, in the midst of pursuing their dream….use all your senses on even the tiniest things….in truly seeing what you see, you create the only camera that really matters to the world, and that is the camera of your own personal vision”

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And now….for the BIGGEST award of the night. Theatrical Release

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Will the only female nominee – Rachel Morrison – win for Mudbound???

Dino-Ray Ramos February 17, 201810:13 pm

That would be amazing if she did win!

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Emmanuel Lubezki anf Matthew Libatique are here to present!

Dino-Ray Ramos February 17, 201810:14 pm

But with its awards season steam, I’m thinking Shape of Water might be the frontrunner.

Antonia Blyth February 17, 201810:14 pm

Someone shouts “cabron!” from the audience and everyone laughs

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Yes Dino, I’m inclined to agree with you on that one…as much as I’d like Rachel to win, Shape is such a huge standout film so far in awards season…..

Dino-Ray Ramos February 17, 201810:16 pm

But I could be wrong!

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Also, Roger Deakins is a 15-time ASC nominee…he might come out on top.

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Yes he’s another frontrunner for sure!!

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It’s really tough to predict this one!!

Dino-Ray Ramos February 17, 201810:23 pm

WINNER: 

THEATRICAL RELEASE 

Roger Deakins, ASC, BSC
Blade Runner 2049

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Deakins couldn’t here here tonight sadly

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he had to be in New York

Dino-Ray Ramos February 17, 201810:25 pm

This is Deakins’ fourth ASC award. He previously won for The Man Who Wasn’t There and Skyfall. He also won the Lifetime Achievement Award in 2011.

Dino-Ray Ramos February 17, 201810:25 pm

Well, it looks like that’s another ASC Awards in the books!

Antonia Blyth February 17, 201810:26 pm

Yes that’s all folks!! Congratulations to all the winners!!