The IMAGO International Award for Best Cinematography for FEATURE FILM
Cinematographer: Roger Deakins CBE ASC BSC – United Kingdom
for «Blade Runner 2049»
The other nominees
Cinematographer: Greig Fraser ACS ASC- Australia
Cinematographer: Rauno Ronkainen FSC – Finland
for «The Eternal Road»
Cinematographer: Robbie Ryan BSC ISC – Ireland
for «The Favourite»
Cinematographer: Yuriy Klimenko RGC – Russia
The IMAGO International Award for Best Cinematography for DOCUMENTARY FILM
Cinematographer Adolpho Veloso ABC – Brazil
for «On Yoga: The Architecture of Peace»
The other nominees
Cinematographer: Juan Sarmiento ADFC – Colombia
for «Central Airport THF»
Cinematographer: Heikki Färm FSC – Finland
The IMAGO International Award for Best Cinematography for TELEVISION DRAMA
Cinematographer András Nagy HSC – Hungary
for «Eternal Winter»
The other nominees
Cinematographer: Brendan Steacy ASC – Canada
for «Alias Grace»
Cinematographer: Thomas W. Kiennast AAC – Austria
The IMAGO International Award for Best Cinematography for EMERGING YOUNG CINEMATOGRAPHER
cinematographer: Jurgis Kmins
The IMAGO International Award for Best Cinematography for STUDENT FILM
Cinematographer: Balázs István Balázs
University of Theatre and Film Arts, Hungary, Budapest Hungary HSC
Special Recognition Awards
The IMAGO International Honorary Member´s Award
Kommer Kleijn SBC
The IMAGO International Award for Extraordinary Technical Achievement
David Stump ASC
The IMAGO International Award for Extraordinary Contribution to the Art of Cinematography
The Manaki Brothers ICFF Film Festival
The IMAGO International Award for Outstanding Achievement in Advancing Cinematography
Rachel Morrison ASC
The IMAGO International Award for Lifetime Achievement in Cinematography
Ed Lachman ASC
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Hosted by the Serbian Society of Cinematographers (SAS), the second IMAGO International Awards for Cinematography presentation – which recognizes the art of cinematography in cooperation with IMAGO’s 53 memmber countries, partners and sponsors – was held on March 16th at the Yugoslovenska Kinoteka in Belgrade, Serbia. President Predrag Bambic, SAS led the ceremony.
Listado completo de ganadores de los II Premios Imago
Premios Internacionales a la Mejor Fotografía Cinematográfica
A los reconocimientos especiales que ya conocimos hace unos días (Kommer Kleijn SBC, David Stump ASC, el Festival de Cine ICFF de los hermanos Manaki, Rachel Morrison ASC y Ed Lachman ASC), se suman los ganadores al resto de categorías de los Premios Imago. Todos los afortunados recibieron su galardón durante la ceremonia del pasado sábado, que aseguía a la asamblea anual de la Federación en Belgrado.
IMAGO AWARD WINNERS ANNOUNCED – DEAKINS TRIUMPHS AGAIN!
March 20, 2019
The winners were announced at the second IMAGO Awards ceremony, which took place in Belgrade, Serbia last Saturday (16th March), and Roger Deakins CBE BSC ASC picked up another award for his work on Blade Runner 2049.
Having garnered Oscar, ASC, BSC and BAFTA accolades last year, Deakins won the ‘Feature Film’ award – presented by Zeiss, ahead of The Favourite – DPed by Robbie Ryan BSC ISC; Lion by Greig Fraser ACS ASC; The Eternal Road from Finn Rauno Ronkainen FSC; and Mathilde – lit by the Russian Yuriy Klimenko. The award was accepted in Deakins’ absence by Nigel Walters BSC.
At the event, hosted by Serbia actors Jelena Gavrilović and Raša Bukvić, the ‘Documentary Film’ prize, presented by CVP, went to Brazil’s Adolpho Veloso ABC for On Yoga: The Architecture of Peace, while the ‘Television Drama’ accolade, presented by Sony, went to András Nagy HSC from Hungary for Eternal Winter.
In the categories for the upcoming generation, the ‘Emerging Young Cinematographer’, presented by ARRI, was Jurgis Kmins of Latvia’s LGC for Bille, and the ‘Student Film’ pick, presented by Kodak, was Casting – by Balázs István Balázs from the University of Theatre and Film Arts, Budapest, Hungary.
The special recognition award winners, which were announced ahead of the main awards ceremony but presented on the night itself, were to: Ed Lachman ASC (The IMAGO International Award for Lifetime Achievement in Cinematography – Presented by ARRI), Rachel Morrison ASC (The IMAGO International Award for Outstanding Achievement in Advancing Cinematography) – accepted on her behalf by Suki Medencevic ASC, Kommer Kleijn SBC (The IMAGO International Honorary Member´s Award), David Stump ASC (The IMAGO International Award for Extraordinary Technical Achievement) and The Manaki Brothers ICFF Film Festival (The IMAGO International Award for Extraordinary Contribution to the Art of Cinematography).
If you missed the ceremony in Serbia, or just wish to re-live it again, then watch it in FULL right here, thanks to Cooke Optics TV, IMAGO and Facebook video, or scroll a little further to see some fantastic images from the event.