Proud Award winners, the IMAGO Award sponsor partners and the IMAGO Award organizing team on stage. Photo: Alejandro Lorenzo
More than 100 films were entered into the Awards competition, and 26 jurors, all internationally respected cinematographers, have been concluding the winners.
And the winners of the inaugural IMAGO International Awards for Cinematography are:
Best cinematography in documentary films:
Łukasz Żal PSC
for the film “Icon”.
Best cinematography in TV Drama:
Fabian Wagner BSC ASC
for “Game of Thrones”, episode “The Winds of Winter”.
Best cinematography in Feature films:
Seamus McGarvey BSC ASC
For the film “Nocturnal Animals”
The ARRI – IMAGO Award for Emerging Talent in Cinematography
For the film “How Viktor “Garlic” took Alexey “The Stud” to the nursing home”.
IMAGO International Award for Extraordinary Technical Achievemement
Jannicke Mikkelsen FNF
Joe Dunton BSC
IMAGO Award for Lifetime Contribution to the Art of Cinematography
IMAGO International Award for Lifetime Achievement in Cinematography
Luciano Tovoli AIC ASC
After the Awards ceremony, the attending cinematographers enjoyed the dinner and following party. The rare sight of numerous cinematographers in tuxedos or evening dresses dancing all night was a wonderful experience in itself. IMAGO wishes to thank all IMAGO´s many great volunteers for their extraordinary work to make the first IMAGO Awards a success, especially all our friends and sponsor partners, and last but not least our gratefulness goes to the Finnish Society of Cinematographers and their President Tahvo Hirvonen FSC, for their invaluable help. Without the great support from them all, this would not have been possible.
The sponsor partners of the 2017 IMAGO International Awards for Cinematography