2019 / 02 — February Issue of American Cinematographer

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The February 2019 issue of American Cinematographer magazine, which features a special focus on rising stars of cinematography along with profiles of this year’s ASC Awards honorees.

Escape at Dannemora

Jessica Lee Gagné was behind the camera for this 7-part Showtime miniseries, which was directed by Ben Stiller and is based on the real-life 2015 prison break at the Clinton Correctional Facility in upstate New York. Gagné details her work on the show, most of which was shot on location in Dannemora, N.Y.

Rising Stars of Cinematography

AC’s editors surveyed a broad field of worthy candidates to compile 2019’s list of 10 directors of photography whose impressive work to date promises stellar achievements in the years to come. This spotlight section presents profiles of each of these “rising stars,” whose credits span commercials, music videos, shorts, series, documentaries and features.

ASC Lifetime Achievement Award
ASC Career Achievement in Television Award

The American Society of Cinematographers was announced the Lifetime Achievement and Career Achievement in Television Award honorees for the 33rd ASC Awards. AC shines a spotlight on each of these honorees with in-depth profiles that trace their careers to date.

33 Years of the ASC Awards

On Saturday, Feb. 9, the American Society of Cinematographers will host the 33rd ASC Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography. As part of the magazine’s yearlong celebration of the ASC’s 100th anniversary, AC offers a look back at the origins and growth of the annual awards celebration.

ASC Close-Up spotlights Society member David Miller, whose credits include episodes of the series That’s Life, JAG, Shark, Desperate Housewives, Parenthood, The Newsroom, Scorpion, Veep and The Good Place.

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