The American Society of Cinematographers is framing it 36th annual ASC Awards tonight, and Deadline is updating the winners as they’re announced. See the list below.
Debbie Allen is hosting the ceremony from the ASC Clubhouse in Hollywood. The awards in seven categories represent the group’s picks for the most compelling visual filmmaking over the past year.
This year’s nominees for the marquee for Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Theatrical Releases prize are Bruno Delbonnel for The Tragedy of Macbeth, Greig Fraser for Dune, Dan Laustsen for Nightmare Alley, Ari Wegner for The Power of the Dog and Haris Zambarloukos for Belfast. All but Delbonnel also are nominated for the Best Cinematography Academy Award, with West Side Story’s Janusz Kaminski up for the Oscar. All of those titles also are vying for Best Picture next weekend.
The two films coming into tonight with the most momentum are Dune, which won the cinematography prize at the BAFTA Film Awards last week, and The Power of the Dog, which fetched the Critics Choice Award that same day.
The ASC film winner historically goes on to win the Oscar about half the time — 16 times in the past 35 years, including golden the double for Mank last year. It’s worth noting that Mank is a black-and-white film, as are Belfast and The Tragedy of Macbeth, along with Guillermo del Toro’s alt-version of Nightmare Alley, for that matter.
This year’s ASC honorees are two-time Emmy winner and 2009 Oscar nominee Ellen Kuras, the first woman to receive ASC’s Lifetime Achievement Award; two-time Emmy winner Peter Levy (Career Achievement in Television Award); Emmy nominee John Lindley (President’s Award); and Panavision VP Optical Engineering Dan Sasaki (Curtis Clark Technical Achievement Award).
Here are the winners announced at the ASC Awards thus far, followed by the remaining nominees:
Isabel Bethencourt and Parker Hill
THE HIDDEN LIFE OF TREES
Episode of a Half-Hour Television Series
SERVANT – Episode: 2:00
MYTHIC QUEST – Episode: Backstory!
HACKS – Episode: There Is No Line
PHYSICAL – Episode: Let’s Get Together
THE KOMINSKY METHOD – Episode: And it’s Getting More and More Absurd
Episode of a One-Hour Television Series – Commercial
SNOWPIERCER – Episode: Our Answer for Everything
SNOWFALL – Episode: Weight
Ronald Paul Richard
RIVERDALE – Episode: Chapter Eighty-Nine: Reservoir Dogs
CLARICE – Episode: Silence is Purgatory
MAYANS M.C. – Episode: The Orneriness of Kings
SUPERMAN & LOIS – Episode: Heritage
Episode of a One-Hour Television Series – Non-Commercial
THE HANDMAID’S TALE – Episode: The Wilderness
SWEET TOOTH – Episode: Big Man
CHAPLEWAITE – Episode: The Promised
Jon Joffin, ASC
TITANS – Episode: Souls
TITANS – Episode: Home
Kate Reid, BSC
THE NEVERS – Episode: Hanged
Motion Picture, Limited Series, or Pilot Made for Television
FOUNDATION – Pilot Episode: The Emperor’s Peace
HALSTON – Episode: The Party’s Over
THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD – Episode: Chapter 9: Indiana Winter
LUPIN – Pilot Episode: Chapter 1
MARE OF EASTTOWN – Episode: Illusions
THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH
THE POWER OF THE DOG
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