15 ACS accredited female cinematographers were in focus in the Screen Australia (equivalent to a Film Institute government run to support film production) in the past 8th of March as celebrating women’s day. This made particularly proud the Australian society which is seeing a great growth and importance of female cinematographers in the industry.
After the dramatic speech in the closing ceremony of the recent edition of the festival by its director Marek Żydowicz the world of cinematography stood still waiting for developments. The anxiety of many cinematographers and industrial professional, companies and manufacturers came to a standstill with the recent announcement by the organization that a new location was found. It is a return to Torun, the home base of the Tumult Foundation organization behind the existence of the festival.
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A wide coverage of interviews and articles from recent shows in Munich's CINEC and London's the BSC Show can be found.
The Belgrade IAGA/IMAGO Awards Event wasn’t all work and no play, fortunately. Some of us had to catch a bus for the airport at three o'clock in the afternoon on Sunday, so that left us a couple of hours to explore the surroundings. The delegation from Denmark, affectionately known as ”The Danish Guys”, put together their own little sightseeing tour and anyone crazy -Ahem, sorry, adventurous- enough to string along was welcome!