Short Film Program #7 – June 18th – THE CINEMATOGRAPHERS

HOLLYWOOD SHORTS - Monthly screenings

Saturday, June 18, 2011

4:30pm – 7:30pm

FREE

Dim Mak Studios (formerly Cinespace)

Edition 13.7



SHORT FILM PROGRAM #7                                                Reserve your   FREE TICKETS

 

4:30pm – 5:30pm
International Cinematographers Guild Reception

5:30pm – 7:30pm
Emerging Cinematographer Awards
Short Film Screening


Emerging Cinematographers Awards 2010 Nominees

We are honored to join with the International Cinematographer’s Guild Local 600 in presenting our annual screening of this season’s EMERGING CINEMATOGRAPHER AWARDS Finalist and Winners. Each September, the ICG holds their ECAs, honoring the best short films shot by emerging cinematographers from among their Camera Operators & Assistants members.

We are excited to bring together HOLLYWOOD SHORTS directors and ICG’s cinematographers to spark new creative partnerships among our respective members.

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THE FINALISTS Watch the trailers on Vimeo

Tod Campbell Austin, TX “The Big Bends”
John Snedden San Diego “Brite Eyes”
Stephanie Dufford Los Angeles “The Fantastic Magnifico”
Rodney Lamborn NYC “Meridian”
Jacob Pinger Pasadena “The Cycle”
Patrick Meade Jones Santa Monica “Android Love”
Cameron Duncan Venice “Mr. Marceau”
Brian Udoff Los Angeles “Les Mouches”
Emerging Cinematography Awards screening - June 18th

ECA '10 - Bios & Trailers

 

Tod Campbell, an operator out of Austin TX, was chosen for his 13 minute film “The Big Bends;” second assistant Cameron Duncan, from Venice CA, for the 20 minute “Mr Marceau;” Stephanie Dufford, based in Los Angeles, also a second assistant, honored for “The Fantastic Magnifico,” with a running time of 11 minutes. Loader, Santa Monica’s Patrick Jones‘ “Android Love” came in at 18 minutes, while Rodney Lamborn, operator living in New York, will show his “Meridian,” which at 2.36 minutes is the shortest film in the group. Operator Jacob Pinger from Pasadena was honored for his 15 minute “The Cycle;” John Snedden, living in San Diego, also an operator, was selected for his “Brite Eyes,” clocked in at 12 minutes. Rounding out the group is first assistant, Brian Udoff, whose 26 minute “Les Mouches” is the longest film to be screened. He lives in Los Angeles.

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