IMAGO International Cinematography Award Winners – Below the Line

Hosted by the Serbian Society of Cinematographers (SAS), the second IMAGO International Awards for Cinematography presentation – which recognizes the art of cinematography in cooperation with the 53 member countries, partners and sponsors of IMAGO – took place on March 16e at the Yugoslovenska Kinoteka in Belgrade, Serbia. President Predrag BambicSAS led the ceremony.

Ed Lachman receiving his IMAGO International Lifetime Achievement in Film Award

Ed Lachman receiving his IMAGO International Lifetime Achievement in Film Award

And the winners are:

Cinematography – Feature Film:
Roger Deakins CBE, ASC, BSC – United Kingdom, blade runner

Cinematography – Documentary film:
Adolpho Veloso, ABC – Brazil, On yoga: the architecture of peace

Cinematography – TV Drama:
András Nagy HSC – Hungary, eternal winter

Young emerging cinematographer:
Jurgis Kmins – Latvia LGC, billy

Student movie:
Balázs István Balázs – University of Theater and Cinematographic Arts, Hungary, Budapest Hungary HSC – Sunk in

The IMAGO international honorary member award:
Kommer Kleijn, SBC

Kommer Kleijn SBC, IMAGO honorary member

Kommer Kleijn SBC, IMAGO honorary member

The IMAGO International Award for Extraordinary Technical Achievement:
David Stump, CSA

The IMAGO International Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Art of Cinematography:
The Manaki Brothers, ICFF Film Festival

The IMAGO International Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Advancement of Cinematography:
Rachel Morrison, CSA

The IMAGO International Lifetime Achievement Award:
Ed Lachman, CSA

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