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.
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Read the complete list of ASC award winners below and how things went down during the ceremony.
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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
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
Career Achievement in Television Award
Alan Caso, ASC
Russell Boyd, ASC, ACS
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
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