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ICG’s 24th Annual Emerging Cinematographer Awards Films to Screen at Television Academy, Oct. 2


ICG LogoThe International Cinematographers Guild (ICG, IATSE Local 600) has named 10 honorees for their 2022 Annual Emerging Cinematographer Awards (ECA), spotlighting promising cinematographers and providing crucial exposure needed to succeed in the motion picture industry. The collection of 10 selected short films will debut at the ECA and a reception will follow.

WHEN: Sunday, October 2 | 5PM

WHERE: Wolf Theater at the Saban Media Center/ Television Academy 5210 Lankershim Blvd. North Hollywood, CA 91601

WHO: The ICG will present the Distinguished Filmmaker Award presented by Panavision, to cinematographer Lawrence Sher, ASC, and the ASC Mentor Award to Emmy®nominated cinematographer Patti Lee, ASC

The ECA recipients, who have been selected from 108 submissions, are:

Andrew Aiello, Green Cobra
Austin Scott Ahlborg, Lotus
Jac Cheairs, KENOBI: A Star Wars Fan Film
Morgan Gardiner, Molly Robber
Gregor Tavenner, Pleasant Canyon
Jason Chau, Sting
Michael Tedford, The Elder Scrolls Legends
Leonard P. Walsh, Kingsnake
Eric M.Hurt, Singularity
Allie Schultz, Your Monster.

DETAILS: ICG’s Emerging Cinematographer Awards gives Local 600 members an opportunity to present themselves as directors of photography by submitting a short film with a running time of 30 minutes or less for consideration. The awards are open to any member of the Guild who is not already classified as a director of photography. The films are selected by a panel of ICG members from across the country. For more information about the ECAs go to or contact MaryAnne MacDougall at [email protected].

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