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THE 61ST ANNUAL CSC AWARDS

On Saturday, April 14, in Toronto, over 350 industry insiders attended the 61st Canadian Society of Cinematographer Awards Gala to celebrate the art and craft of recording motion picture images, hosted by award winning actor/comedian Kathryn Greenwood. The Theatrical Feature Cinematography award went to Director of Photography Nicolas Bolduc csc for is stunning images in the historical drama “Hochelaga, Terre des Âmes” (Land of Souls), while Director of Photography Craig Wrobleski csc picked-up the TV Series Cinematography Award for his superb work on Fargo “Who Rules the Land of Denial?”. The 2018 Masters Award recipient "For outstanding contribution to the art of cinematography” was iconic documentary filmmaker John Walker csc. In all 20 individuals were the recipients of 19 cinematography awards.

“Beliy Kvadrat” the RGC Award

Award for cinematic art “Beliy Kvadrat” (“White Square”) in Russia.
The 14th ceremony of the “Beliy Kvadrat” cinematography art award was held on April 3, 2018.

Cinematographers submit your film to ADF Festival

The Argentinian society of Cinematographers ADF organizes in cooperation with Lumiton the Museum of Cinema of Buenos Aires its 4th festival dedicated exclusively to cinematographers and cinematography. For the first time the festival opens its calls for films outside Argentina and you can submit your film HERE but before read regulations HERE.

2th Zsigmond Vilmos Film Festival

Next May from the 9th to 12th it will be held in Szeged - Hungary the 2nd edition of the Vilmos Zsigmond International Film Festival. The Festival was created in the home town of Vilmos Zsigmond and the festival his a tribute to his legacy.

Cinecitta, where the myth of Italian cinema started more than 80 years ago.

The Studio compound of 600000m2 is now back in public hands and hosting 2 major shooting: a TV serie based on Umberto Ecco’s novel” In the Name of the Rose” and “ The Pope” , a Netflix production of the new film of Fernando Mereilles starring Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce.

The Hands On xK International Workshops in Munich

To put up a full week of seminars and workshops is already a tradition in the HFF Film and Television School in Munich. Every year in March during the semester vacation, studios, auditoriums and the facilities are open to receive dozens of lecturers and professionals for a full week on experimenting equipment and to interchange knowledge. The concept is not so much directed to students but to professionals and teachers to improve knowledge, to get acquainted with new equipment, new trends and most of all to learn from each other’s.