Elvis cinematographer Mandy Walker took the top film prize at the 37th annual ASC Awards, which were handed out tonight at the Beverly Hilton. She is the first woman to win the ASC’s marquee trophy.
See the full list below.
The Theatrical Feature Film ASC winner has won the Academy Award nearly half of the time — 17 times in its 36 years. Greig Fraser won the ASC’s top prize last year for Dune, en route to winning the Cinematography Oscar.
Walker will vie for the Best Cinematography Oscar on March 12 against fellow ASC nominees Darius Khondji (Bardo) and Roger Deakins (Empire of Light), along with James Friend (All Quiet on the Western Front) and Florian Hoffmeister (Tár).
The Documentary Feature trophy went to Ben Bernhard and Riju Das for HBO’s All That Breathes, and Sturla Brandth Grøvlen took the Spotlight Award for DCM Film’s War Sailor.
FX’s freshman drama The Old Man picked up a pair of wins tonight: Jules O’Loughlin in the One-Hour Commercial TV category and Sean Porter for Pilot, Limited Series or TV Movie.
Carl Herse of HBO’s Barry won for Episode of a Half-Hour Series.
Gina Prince-Bythewood presented the ASC’s Board of Governors Awards to Fences Oscar winner and four-time nominee Viola Davis, and Alejandro G. Iñárritu introduced his Bardo Oscar nominee Khondji, who received the International Award.
Five-time Emmy nominee Fred Murphy (The Good Wife, In Treatment) accepted the Career Achievement in Television Award, presented by Jake Gyllenhaal. Charlie Lieberman (Heroes, Party of Five ) received the Presidents Television Award. The Curtis Clark Technical Award went to two-time Emmy winner Sam Nicholson (The Walking Dead, Grey’s Anatomy).
Two-time Cinematography Oscar nominee Stephen Goldblatt (The Help, The Prince of Tides) received the Lifetime Achievement Award, presented by The Help Oscar winner Octavia Spencer.
TCM’s Ben Mankiewicz marked his sixth time hosting the ASC Awards, which honor the year’s best in feature film, documentary and TV cinematography.
Here are the winners at 2023 the ASC Awards:
THEATRICAL FEATURE FILM
Mandy Walker, Elvis (Warner Bros.)
EPISODE OF A ONE-HOUR NON-COMMERCIAL TELEVISION SERIES
M. David Mullen, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel – “How Do You Get to Carnegie Hall?” (Prime Video)
PILOT, LIMITED SERIES, OR MOTION PICTURE MADE, TELEVISION
Sean Porter, The Old Man – “I” (FX)
Sturla Brandth Grøvlen, War Sailor (DCM Film)
EPISODE OF A ONE-HOUR COMMERCIAL TELEVISION SERIES
Jules O’Loughlin, The Old Man – “IV” (FX)
Ben Bernhard and Riju Das, All That Breathes (HBO/HBO Max)
EPISODE OF A HALF-HOUR SERIES
Carl Herse, Barry – “Starting Now” (HBO/HBO Max)
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