The Chilean Society of Cinematographers (ACC) embarks on a new journey as a member of IMAGO, with high hopes of showcasing their cinematographic talent on a global stage. Despite industry setbacks caused by a recent strike, ACC members have actively engaged in workshops and discussions to elevate their craft and align with international standards.
ACC contributes to a flourishing global cinematic culture. Beyond their creative work, ACC also strives to address vital industry issues, including gender empowerment and the eradication of discrimination on and off the set.
In an era of cinematic expansion fueled by the internet and streaming services, the impact of ACC’s local sensibility transcends borders. Their work, exemplified by award-winning films like “Blanquita” (2022) and “Brujeria” (Sorcery) (2023), along with TV series like “Los mil días de Allende” (2023), resonates with audiences worldwide.
As ACC integrates into the IMAGO community, it brings not only its cinematographic prowess but also a commitment to advocacy and a rich tapestry of storytelling. This partnership promises to further enrich the global cinematography landscape and promote inclusivity and diversity within the industry.