Imago anuncia os finalistas para premiação de cinematografia

A Imago anunciou a lista dos finalistas para a segunda edição do Imago Internacional Awards for Cinematography. Este ano, a premiação contou com a participação das associação afiliadas à Imago, que enviaram indicações de trabalhos para quatro categorias do Prêmio: Longa-metragem Ficção, Longa-metragem Documentário, Série de TV e Filme Estudantil.

Os finalistas foram selecionados por um juri composto por representantes das associações que fazem parte da Imago, incluindo o presidente da ABC, o diretor de fotografia Marcelo Trotta, ABC.

Entre os selecionados está o filme brasileiro On Yoga – Arquitetura da Paz, que contou com a fotografia de Adolpho Veloso e direção de Heitor Dhalia.

Os vencedores serão conhecidos na cerimônia de premiação no dia 16 de março em Belgrado, na Sérvia.

Confira a lista completa dos finalistas:

The IMAGO International Award for Best Cinematography for
FEATURE FILM

Cinematographer: Greig Fraser ACS ASC- Australia
for «Lion»
Cinematographer: Rauno Ronkainen FSC – Finland
for «The Eternal Road»
Cinematographer: Robbie Ryan BSC ISC – Ireland
for «The Favourite»
Cinematographer: Roger Deakins CBE ASC BSC – United Kingdom
for «Blade Runner 2049»
Cinematographer: Yuriy Klimenko – Russia
for «Mathilde»

This Award is presented by Zeiss

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The IMAGO International Award for Best Cinematography for
DOCUMENTARY FILM

Cinematographer: Adolpho Veloso ABC – Brazil
for «On Yoga: The Architecture of Peace»
Cinematographer: Juan Sarmiento ADFC – Colombia
for «Central Airport THF»
Cinematographer: Heikki Färm FSC – Finland
for «Entrepreneur»

This Award is presented by CVP

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The IMAGO International Award for Best Cinematography for
TELEVISION DRAMA

Cinematographer: András Nagy HSC – Hungary
for «Eternal Winter»
Cinematographer: Brendan Steacy ASC – Canada
for «Alias Grace»
Cinematographer: Thomas W. Kiennast AAC – Austria
for «Maximilian»

This Award is presented by SONY

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The IMAGO International Award for Best Cinematography for
EMERGING YOUNG CINEMATOGRAPHER

The winner will be known on Sunday 16th February on the imago website www.imago.org

The short list is

cinematographer: Arda Yildiran Turkey GYD
for «The Pigeon»
cinematographer: Artem Emelianov Russia RGC
for «Closeness»
cinematographer: Dino Osmanovic Bosnia-Herzegovina ASBH
for «Kreatura»
cinematographer: Jurgis Kmins Latvia LGC
for «Bille»
cinematographer: Miksa Andjelic Serbia SAS
for «The Witch Hunters»
cinematographer: Zenn Van Zyl South Africa SASC
for «The Story of Ellen Pakkies»

This Award is presented by ARRI
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The IMAGO International Award for Best Cinematography for
STUDENT FILM

The winner will be known on Sunday 16th February on the imago website www.imago.org

The short list is

Cinematographer: Andi Widmer
for «Percht»
Film Academy Vienna MDW University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna
Austria AAC

Cinematographer: Balázs István Balázs
for «Casting»
University of Theatre and Film Arts, Hungary, Budapest
Hungary HSC

Cinematographer: Igor Lazic
for «On my own»
FDU/Fakultet dramskih umetnosti in Belgrade, Serbia
Serbia SAS

Cinematographer: Nea Asphäll
for «Get ready with me»
Stockholm university of the arts (STDH)
Sweden, FSF

Cinematographer: Nikita Poznyanski
for «Petersburg Noir»
VGIK Russia RGC

Cinematographer: Rok Kajzer Nagode
for «What remains»
Academy of theatre, Radio, Film and Television,
Ljubljana, Slovenia
Slovenia ZFS

This Award is presented by KODAK

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Special Recognition Awards announced soon

The IMAGO International
Honorary Member´s Award

The IMAGO International Award for
Extraordinary Technical Achievement

The IMAGO International Award for
Extraordinary Contribution to the Art of Cinematography

The Imago International Award for
Outstanding Achievement in Advancing Cinematography

The IMAGO International Award for
Lifetime Achievement in Cinematography

This Award is presented by ARRI

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