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IMAGO INTERNATIONAL AWARDS for CINEMATOGRAPHY - FINLAND

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The recipients of all the Awards in the very first IMAGO International Awards for Cinematography were presented at a gala ceremony on Saturday evening at Hanisaari - Convention Centre in Espoo, Finland hosted by Tahvo Hirvonen the President of the Finnish Society of Cinematographers. It was a wonderful celebration of cinematography and cinematographers in an environment of collaboration and above all…...friendship.

The judging panels of 25 highly acclaimed and experienced cinematographers began the selection process in early August and considered 100 feature films, TV dramas and documentary films submitted by 49 different IMAGO member societies.

The nominees are as follows:

Feature Film
La La Land (Linus Sandgren FSF - Sweden)
Maudie (Guy Godfree CSC - Canada)
Nocturnal Animals (Seamus McGarvey BSC ASC - United Kingdom)

FEATURE RECIPIENT ~ Seamus McGarvey BSC

TV drama
Gomorra (Paolo Carnera AIC - Italy)
Game of Thrones – The Winds of Winter (Fabian Wagner BSC ASC - United Kingdom)
Midnattssol/Midnight Sun (Erik Sohlström FSF - Sweden)

TV DRAMA RECIPIENT ~ Fabian Wagner BSC ASC

Documentary
Paolo Ventura Vanishing Man (Erik van Empel NSC - Holland)
SARAJ'VO (Mustafa Mustafić ASBH, Faris Dobrača ASBH, Almir Đikoli ASBH - Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Icon “Ikona” (Łukasz Żal, PSC - Poland)

DOCUMENTARY RECIPIENT ~ Łukasz Żal, PSC

The other Awards recipients were:

The IMAGO International Award for Lifetime Achievement in Cinematography Award
~ Award sponsor: ARRI
~ Luciano Tovoli AIC ASC

The IMAGO International Award for Extraordinary Contribution to the Art of Cinematography
~ Award sponsor: CW Sonderoptic
~ Marek Zydowicz - The founder and Festival Director of Camerimage

The IMAGO International Award for Extraordinary Technical Achievement (1)
~ Award sponsor: TVTools Finland
~ Ms Jannike Mikkelsen

The IMAGO International Award for Extraordinary Technical Achievement (2)
~ Award sponsors: Angel Films and Dagsljus
~ Joe Dunton MBE BSC

The ARRI - IMAGO International Award for Emerging Talent in Cinematography Award.
~ Award Sponsor: ARRI
~ Daniil Fomichev - Russia

IMAGO President Paul René Roestad

IMAGO Awards Committee co-chair Tony Costa said, “The response from our IMAGO member societies across all categories was overwhelming. The juries, all members of IMAGO, worked with great enthusiasm evaluating the films showing the fantastic artistry demonstrated by the cinematographers who made them."

IMAGO President Paul René Roestad added, “The IMAGO International Awards for Cinematography is an important step for IMAGO in both promoting the importance of cinematography and also bringing international cinematographers together to celebrate the important art of cinematography.

CONGRATULATIONS to all the nominees, winners, sponsors and the hard working IMAGO Awards committee. See you all in Belgrade in early 2019 for the next IMAGO International Awards for Cinematography."

 

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