The American Society of Cinematographers celebrated their 33rd annual ASC Awards and Cold War was honored with the marquee Theatrical Picture Prize while on the TV side Jon Joffin won for Beyond and Adriano Goldman won for the second year in a row for his work on The Crown.
With Cold War winning the top prize, it puts it at the head of the pack for Best Cinematography come Feb. 24 for the Academy Awards. The win is quite a surprise as Roma was a favorite.
TCM’s Ben Mankiewicz served as host for the evening which honored the best in cinematography. The ceremony had a visit from Quentin Tarantino who honored frequent collaborator Robert Richardson (who is currently working with him on Once Upon a Time in Hollywood) with the ASC Lifetime Achievement Award and Jeff Jur received the Career Achievement in Television Award, which celebrated the group’s 100th anniversary. Oscar-winner Jeff Bridges, was also honored with the Board of Governors Award, which is given to individuals in the industry whose body of work has made significant and indelible contributions to cinema.
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Read the complete list of winners below.
Łukasz Żal, PSC for Cold War
Motion Picture, Miniseries or Pilot Made for Television
James Friend, BSC for Patrick Melrose, “Bad News”
Episode of a Series for Non-Commercial Television
Adriano Goldman, ASC, ABC for The Crown, “Beryl”
Episode of a Series for Commercial Television
Jon Joffin, ASC for Beyond, “Two Zero One”
Lifetime Achievement Award
Robert Richardson, ASC
Board of Governors Award
Career Achievement in Television Award
Jeff Jur, ASC
Giorgi Shvelidze for Namme
Bud Stone Award
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