The American Society of Cinematographers on Tuesday unveiled nominations for its 36th annual ASC Awards, honoring the year’s best in feature film, documentary and television cinematography.
It’s worth noting that for the purposes of this largely movie-themed site, we are only going to go over the categories that mostly focus on feature film cinematography. If you’d like to check out the entire list of nominees for this year’s ASC Awards, the link will be posted at the end of the article.
Also, if you’re interested in these guild awards for Oscar prediction research, then you might find this interesting: The ASC film winner historically goes on to win the Oscar about half the time — 16 times in the past 35 years.
Winners of this year’s awards be announced March 20 at a hybrid ceremony at the ASC Clubhouse in Hollywood.
And the nominees are…
Bruno Delbonnel, ASC, AFC
THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH
Greig Fraser, ASC, ACS
Dan Laustsen, ASC, DFF
Ari Wegner, ACS
THE POWER OF THE DOG
Haris Zambarloukos, BSC, GSC
Ruben Impens, SBC
Adolpho Veloso, ABC
Isabel Bethencourt and Parker Hill
THE HIDDEN LIFE OF TREES
Motion Picture, Limited Series, or Pilot Made for Television
FOUNDATION – Pilot Episode: The Emperor’s Peace
Tim Ives, ASC
HALSTON – Episode: The Party’s Over
James Laxton, ASC
THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD – Episode: Chapter 9: Indiana Winter
Christophe Nuyens, SBC
LUPIN – Pilot Episode: Chapter 1
Ben Richardson, ASC
MARE OF EASTTOWN – Episode: Illusions
What do you make of this year’s nominees for the American Society of Cinematographers Awards? Do you think the guild got it right? Or were there some films you think were more deserving but were overlooked? Sound off in the comments below to let us and the rest of the movie loving world know your thoughts!
To see the complete list of this year’s nominees, click here.