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ASC 2019 Student Heritage Award Nominees

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ASC.logo1The American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) has announced the 12 nominees chosen in three categories of the 2019 Student Heritage Awards. Recognizing exceptional work by cinematography students, the organization designed the ASC Student Heritage Awards to encourage and support a new generation of visual artists. Winners will be announced on October 12.

The ASC Student Heritage Awards also celebrate the memory of an exceptional cinematographer and are named each year in honor of esteemed ASC members. This year’s Undergraduate and Graduate Award is named in honor of Oscar-nominee Richard H. Kline, ASC (Camelot, King Kong). The Documentary category is dedicated to Oscar-winner Haskell Wexler, ASC (Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Bound for Glory).

The contenders are:

Richard H. Kline Student Heritage Award – Graduate Category:
Lucas Dziedzic from the American Film Institute for Animals
Frances Kroon from the American Film Institute for Balloon
Xiaowen Li from the University of Southern California for Crush
Adam Schneider from Chapman University for Skin Hunger
Mengtao Sun from Chapman University for The Perfumer

Richard H. Kline Student Heritage Award – Undergraduate Category:
Agustina Biasutto from Pratt Institute for Philotimo
Nathan Cohen from Florida State University for Existent
Kai Dickson from Savannah College of Art and Design for The Fray
Oscar Ignacio Jimenez from Brigham Young University for Gather

Haskell Wexler, ASC Student Documentary Award:
Jazleana Jones from Florida State University for King, Charles
Kathryn Boyd-Batstone from the University of Southern California for God Bless the Cook
Bruce Chiu from the University of Southern California for Life on A String

For more information please visit www.theasc.com 

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