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BSC Awards 2021 details revealed

 

It’s been quite the year for film and television; active viewing has intensified in a very new way. With cinemas closed and streaming leaping to the forefront, there was still an incredible amount of brilliant and beautiful work which the British Society of Cinematographers wants to celebrate.

Plans have begun for the BSC Awards 2021, one of the most superlative, and now virtual, events in the awards calendar!

The celebratory event will take place on Friday 9th April 2021.

Further details to follow, but please save the date and join the BSC for what promises to be a fantastic evening.

Awards will be presented in the following categories…

  • Best Cinematography in a Theatrical Feature Film
  • Best Cinematography in a Television Drama
  • BSC Bert Easey Technical Award
  • BSC ARRI John Alcott Memorial Award
  • Operators Award for Feature Film
  • Operators Award for Television Drama

Also receiving their awards will be the winners of this year’s BSC Short Film Cinematography Awards.

BSC EXPO UPDATE

BSC Expo will return as a live event in 2022 on Thursday 10th – 12th February.

In 2021, the BSC is considering running a series of digital presentations hosted by the Society with the support of patrons, manufacturers and suppliers. Full details of this will be announced early in the New Year.

Photo credit: Richard Blanshard

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BSC Expo update

 

BSC Expo will return as a live event in 2022 on Thursday 10th – 12th February.

In 2021, the BSC is considering running a series of digital presentations hosted by the Society with the support of patrons, manufacturers and suppliers. Full details of this will be announced early in the New Year.

The post BSC Expo update appeared first on British Cinematographer.

The Changing Face Of Cinematography

THE CHANGING FACE OF CINEMATOGRAPHY

Special Report / Part 1

Cinematographer Polly Morgan, left, and Millicent Simmonds on the set of Paramount Pictures' "A Quiet Place 2."

THE CHANGING FACE OF CINEMATOGRAPHY

Special Report / Part 1

The world of cinematography and the working lives of DPs have changed and evolved in many ways since we launched British Cinematographer Magazine in 2002.

In our special 100th edition, and also in issue 101, we looked at some of the major trends to have emerged over the last 18 years. Part one looks at how the UK has become a leading destination for premium cinema and high-end TV production, developments in camera and lighting technologies, the rise of DI colour grading and the remarkable renaissance of celluloid film.

You can read each part of our Special Report now by clicking below…

UK FILM INDUSTRY

UK FILM INDUSTRY

CAMERAS & LENSES

CAMERAS & LENSES

LIGHTING

LIGHTING

SHOOTING ON FILM

SHOOTING ON FILM

DI GRADING

DI GRADING

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