For the first time IMAGO will be marking its presence by having its own booth at the fair which is taking place this coming Saturday, Sunday and Monday in Munich. The booth is named Meeting Point for Cinematographers. So if you are around pass by our booth to have a Porto wine, a coffee or a nice rest while reading a nice magazine. You can find us in the Hall 3 and our stand is E15. We would like very much that you pass by and arrange your meetings at our booth.
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Since this summer IMAGO has its own account in Instagram. The main goal to communicate with our cinematographers, sponsors and our followers. Instagram is a photo and video-sharing social networking service with more than 800 million users. It is one of the most influential platforms.
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Witold Sobociński PSC will be the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award at the next Camerimage International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography which will be held in Bydgoszcz between 10th and 17th November 2018
The American Society of Cinematographers last August began the construction of the new building in the backyard of the Club House which will be the home of the ASC ARRI Educational Center, which is planned to be completed by 2019 to celebrate the centennial anniversary of ASC by instance the oldest cinematographer society on Earth. The Educational Center will replace the old building behind the club house which served for many years for the ASC Magazine offices. The new premises , will serve as a hub for the organization’s ongoing efforts to educate the next generation of filmmakers on the art and craft of cinematography.
From the 3rd to 9th of Septemebr was held in Buenis Airs Argentina one more eduition of the film festival organized by our associate member ADF (Argentinian Society of Cinematographers) in collaboration with Lumiton. The Festival called « Festival Internacional de Fotografía Cinematográfica» where several titles have been screened from long to short films. The French cinematographer Charles Hubert Morin was the winner for his collaboration on the film directed by Hicham Lasri « Headbang Lullaby». The jury justified the choice by stating